Atlas Copco USA announced that its Water for All program has donated $100,000 to charity: water in observance of World Water Day.
The Auto Body Association of Connecticut (ABAC) has presented a $10,000 donation to the Connecticut Technical Education and Career System (CTECS).
SkillsUSA has announced its participation in the annual national day of giving, #GivingTuesday, that will take place on Nov. 27 this year.
The Hertz Corporation has donated $25,000 to the Collision Repair Education Foundation to assist the charitable organization’s efforts to support high school and college collision school programs, instructors and students across the country.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation is inviting the industry to help ensure high school and college collision instructors have a great start to their fall semester by donating tools, equipment, consumables and other items.
Professional Parts Group Donates Over $50,000 in Parts through Collision Repair Education Foundation
The donation will provide students studying for a career in the collision industry with much needed support in their chosen training programs.
Industry Encouraged to Support Collision Repair Education Foundation by Shopping on AmazonSmile this Holiday Season
When collision industry members shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5 percent of the price of eligible purchases to the Collision Repair Education Foundation.
Service King aims to repair and donate 40 vehicles to deserving recipients hand-selected by local non-profit organizations.
Five board members and one spouse – plus two full-time Food Bank volunteers – filled over 500 boxes with essential foods for the Food Bank to give away.
The families were each nominated by nonprofit charitable organizations in the southern California area.
The donation of the three vehicles by H&V and GEICO will take place at the Tri-City ValleyCats game at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium on August 6th.
Approximately $40,000 of the contribution will go to the Fayetteville Technical Community College in Fayetteville, N.C., to support efforts assisting military veterans and civilians transition into the collision repair industry.