Nu-Look Collision Donates $6,000 to Deserving Families

Nu-Look Collision Donates $6,000 to Deserving Families

This is the fifth consecutive year the 14-shop MSO has donated to deserving families in the Rochester area, with total donations now at $30,000.

Nu-Look Collision announced that, for the fifth consecutive year, it has made a sizeable donation to deserving families in the Rochester area. Nu-Look, in partnership with Monroe 1 Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES), has selected three families to benefit from this year’s contribution of $6,000 worth of Wegmans gift cards. Over the last five years, donations have now totaled $30,000 and helped 15 different families.

Beginning the week before Thanksgiving and ending the first week in April, each family will receive a $100 gift card weekly. These gift cards can be used at any Wegmans to purchase food, household items, personal products and even medicine. At the end of the 20-week time frame, the families will have each received $2,000 in gift cards.

“We know that many charitable organizations receive a large portion of donations on Thanksgiving or on Christmas, but these families are in need more than two days out of the year,” said Todd Zigrossi, Nu-Look Collision president. “By spreading the gifts over a 20-week period, we can help them out in the times between the holidays, too.”

Nu-Look and Monroe 1 BOCES chose the three families based on their financial and/or medical hardships.

Nu-Look has 14 locations in and around the Greater Rochester area (Downtown Rochester, Fairport, Henrietta, Irondequoit, Gates, Webster, Bergen, Canandaigua, Hornell, LeRoy, Bergen, Ontario and Greece) and employs nearly 200 people.

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