Connect with us

News

Carubba Collision Donates $10,000 to SPCA Serving Erie County

This year’s $10,000 donation to the Buffalo-area animal shelter, plus the $10,000 that was donated in previous years, is part of the $50,000 pledge that has been committed by Carubba Collision for the shelter’s new building.

Advertisement

(Left to right) SPCA Director of Public Relations Gina Browning, Carubba Collision Corp. President Joe Carubba, SPCA Executive Director Gary Willoughby and SPCA Director of Development Jennifer Gurz at the check presentation ceremony at the new SPCA Animal Shelter Facility in West Seneca, N.Y.

Carubba Collision Corp. announced that its president, Joe Carubba, presented a $10,000 check recently to the SPCA Serving Erie County at its new SPCA animal shelter located in West Seneca, N.Y. The monies are from part of the proceeds of the 4th Annual Carubba Collision Golf Classic Tournament, which was held in August 2016 at Diamond Hawk Golf Course in Cheektowaga.

Advertisement
Click Here to Read More
Advertisement

“Thanks to the tremendous support we received from our sponsors and participants of our golf tournament this year, we are thrilled to present this check which will help support the construction of the new SPCA animal shelter project in West Seneca,” said Carubba.

In April of 2017, the SPCA will be officially opening its brand-new 52,000-square-foot facility at the West Seneca, N.Y., site. This shelter will allow the SPCA to provide proper care for dozens of different species.

Accepting the check from the SPCA Serving Erie County was Executive Director Gary Willoughby, Director of Public Relations Gina Browning and Director of Development Jennifer Gurz.

“We are so appreciative of receiving this wonderful donation from the Carubba Collision Golf Classic,” said Willoughby. “We know that Mr. Carubba is very passionate about animals and has been a supporter of the work that we do here at the SPCA.”

This year’s $10,000 donation, plus the $10,000 that was donated in previous years, is part of the $50,000 pledge that has been committed by Carubba Collision for the new SPCA animal shelter. Because of Carubba Collision’s pledge of $50,000, the company will receive name recognition on the greeter station in the adoptions lobby of the new facility.

Advertisement
Click to comment

ABAT Cancels 2020 Texas Auto Body Trade Show

VeriFacts Automotive Partners with CARS Cooperative to Provide Coaching and Support

DCR Systems' Classic Accident Repair Center Now BMW Certified

Auto Body Association of Texas to Hold Virtual Regional Meeting

Advertisement

POPULAR POSTS

Sponsored Content

A CLOSER LOOK AT GAS-CATALYTIC INFRARED CURING IN REFINISH

Sponsored Content

In Search of a Good Technician

Sponsored Content

Effective Marketing for Collision Repairers

Sponsored Content

THE POWER LIES WITHIN THE PROBLEM SOLVERS: THE IMPORTANCE OF TECH REPS

Connect