After serving 12 years in the Navy and 20 years working for his father’s company, he had nowhere to live, and no way to get around.
“A lot of people have been suffering with COVID-19, and it hit me right in the pocketbook,” Curl said.
His life changed, however, when he found out about Veteran’s Community Project, a Kansas City, MO-based nonprofit that builds tiny houses for veterans.
With a new home, all Bruce needed was a new ride. That’s when McAbee CARSTAR in Topeka, KS, stepped in---through the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides program, the body shop was able to get a used car from Farmers Insurance to fix up and give to Curl, free of charge.
“I can’t say how much I’m thankful,” Curl said. “It’s gonna change my life, it’s making me whole again.”