Caliber Collision teammates, partners and friends played their hearts out at the third annual Caliber Classic and raised more than $120,000 to help the Caliber Collision Centers Foundation benefactor programs.
The project brought together eight PPG volunteers, who spent eight hours revitalizing two family lounges at Laura’s Home.
Four years ago this May, which is designated as National Military Appreciation Month, U.S. Air Force veteran Diana Cuesta received a gift that she recalls “forever and literally changed my life.”
The Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis, taking place on May 27 across Canada, and the Great Strides Walk, happening across the United States throughout the month of May, will kick off CARSTAR’s Shine Month fundraising.
“We want to remind all drivers that when they are behind the wheel, they have just one job, and that is to focus on driving,” said Arlo Johnson, U.S. vice president of sales for CARSTAR.
National Coatings & Supplies/Single Source Donate $40,000 to Support Collision Repair Education Foundation
The contribution provides crucial support for CREF and its ability to support high school and technical college school collision programs, instructors and students nationwide.
A single mother of three in Patchogue, N.Y., recently received a refurbished 2013 Dodge Dart through the National Auto Body Council’s (NABC) Recycled Rides program.
The Rutherford County (Tenn.) Fire-Rescue Department, together with its Fire & Arson Investigation Unit, recently received keys to a much-needed response vehicle as part of a donation on behalf of State Farm and Service King Collision Repair Centers.
H&V Collision Center, a New York MSO, recently received Toys for Tots’ Volunteer Excellence Award for its support of the 2017 holiday toy drive.
The Collision Industry Foundation (CIF) held its annual Gala Fundraiser in Palm Springs, Calif., raising nearly $60,000 for collision repairers who have lost their livelihoods from a natural disaster or other catastrophe.
Carubba Collision Corp. President Joe Carubba recently donated a total of $20,000 to a pair of local charities in Western New York.
PPG announced that the PPG Foundation invested more than $63,000 in eight organizations in 2017 on behalf of PPG’s automotive refinish business, which operates an administrative office in Pittsburgh and two manufacturing facilities in Ohio.