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Food Lifeline Receives National Recycled Rides Vehicle Donation


Food Lifeline, Washington’s largest hunger relief organization, is one of the recipients of a refurbished from Precision Collision vehicle via the National Auto Body Council’s (NABC) Recycled Rides program. This donation comes during an economic time that leaves more people at risk of hunger and more food banks searching for the resources needed to feed these individuals. The impact of this car is tremendous, as it will provide a great resource to Food Lifeline in its efforts to end hunger in local communities, the organization says.

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Recycled Rides made simultaneous donations (150 vehicles to charity) across the country the week of Thanksgiving.

“Our goal is to help people in our local community,” said Mark Lovell, marketing director for Precision Collision Auto Body. “We decided to work with the NABC program because they have a great toolkit and gifting process. Together, we can have a lasting effect in the lives of families here in our community.”  

Lovell added, “Each year, collision repair centers all over the country come across cars that are ‘written off’ or ‘totaled’ by either the owner or the insurance company. Many times, all these vehicles need is some TLC with some mechanical work, body work and paint to get them road ready and safe to drive again. Why are these cars going to waste when there are people who really need them? We decided to join in on this national effort and locate a great charity and gift a vehicle generously donated by one of our local Insurance companies here in town!"


Food Lifeline received a newly refurbished vehicle on Nov. 22 donated by the NABC, Progressive Insurance and Precision Collision Auto Body.

“We are excited about participating in Recycled Rides. This vehicle can really enhance our ability to support our daily food bank efforts,” said Ashley Gammell, Food Lifeline corporate relations manager. “Precision Collision Auto Body has a history of helping those in our communities and we’re proud to be a part of this program.”

More information:

National Auto Body Council

Food Lifeline

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