Farmers Insurance donated a newly refurbished vehicle to local nonprofit The Whole Person during a special ceremony Nov. 11 in Shawnee, KS.
Farmers worked with local auto body shop Shawnee Mission Ford to restore the vehicle and help provide reliable transportation to the deserving service organization as part of the National Auto Body Council (NABC) Recycled Rides program.
“Farmers Insurance is dedicated to serving others and building stronger communities where our employees, customers and agents live and work,” said Carly Kraft, external communications manager at Farmers Insurance. “The Farmers team is honored to help donate a vehicle to The Whole Person, an organization focused on making a positive impact in our local community.”
The car was restored by technicians at Shawnee Mission Ford, who donated their time and skills.
The NABC Recycled Rides program brings together collision repairers, insurers and others in the collision industry in an effort to make a difference and give refurbished vehicles to individuals and service organizations that would benefit from reliable transportation. The NABC Recycled Rides program began in 2007 and since then has donated more than 2,500 vehicles valued at more than $36 million.
The recipient of the vehicle, The Whole Person, is a nonprofit organization founded in 1978 and...