Throughout the month of December, Maaco in Winchester, VA, donated $25 to the Winchester Rescue Mission for every estimate received.
“We know a lot of people have dents and dings they’d like to fix, so we did our best to help share our promotion with the community to not only support our local family business but this incredible charity,” said Kevin Kandrick, owner, Winchester Maaco. “The response was overwhelming, and we are incredibly proud to make this donation on behalf of our amazing Winchester community.”
As food banks and homeless shelters across North America continue to experience a strain on their supplies, this contribution aims to helps Winchester’s most vulnerable.
“Winston Churchill once said, ‘We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give,’ and that saying has always stuck with me,” said Kandrick. “We are proud to be a part of this community, and seeing how we have all come together to find ways to give back only further demonstrates the value of working together.”
The Winchester Rescue Mission is a homeless shelter supporting those who have found themselves falling on hard times. It opened its doors to the citizens of Winchester in July 1973, and has since grown to support both men and women of the community with safe shelter, hot meals, medical care and job training to transform lives.