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NABC Recycled Rides, Farmers Insurance, Hendrick Chevrolet Shawnee Mission-Collision Center Donate Refurbished Car to Newhouse Kansas City


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Farmers Insurance® donated a newly refurbished vehicle to domestic violence survivor support nonprofit Newhouse Kansas City on Dec. 13.

Farmers worked with Hendrick Chevrolet Shawnee Mission-Collision Center to restore a vehicle and help give the gift of reliable transportation to Newhouse, as part of the National Auto Body Council (NABC) Recycled Rides® program.
“At Farmers, we recognize the importance of serving others and giving back to our communities,” said Carly Kraft, external communications manager for Farmers Insurance. “We are honored to be able to help make a difference in the greater Kansas City community through this vehicle donation.”


The car was restored by the collision technicians at Hendrick Chevrolet Shawnee Mission-Collision Center, who donated their time and skills.


Members of the Farmers Insurance Black Professionals Alliance (BPA) Employee Resource Group (ERG) worked with 1-800-Charity Cars to identify and fulfill the donation to Newhouse. The Olathe Black Professionals Alliance at Farmers is committed to giving back and helping make a difference in the diverse communities Farmers is proud to serve.
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 2,750 vehicles valued at more than $38 million.
The recipient of the donation, Newhouse Kansas City, is dedicated to...

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