CIF Rallies for Injured Technician with Matching Fund Drive

The Collision Industry Foundation will match up to $10,000 donated by March 8 to help Gary Noble.

Gary Noble is a technician at Louisville Collision Center. Image via Facebook.

The Collision Industry Foundation (CIF) has launched a fundraiser to support Gary Noble, a Louisville, KY, technician injured in a severe car accident, by matching donations up to $10,000.

Noble was injured in November 2023. He suffered a broken ankle, fractured ribs and a ruptured sternum, and has not been able to work as he recovers. The financial strain of medical bills and the inability to earn a living has put Noble and his family in a precarious situation. Recognizing the urgent need for assistance, the CIF has called upon industry partners and individuals to step up and contribute to this cause.

CIF announced a "challenge grant" to encourage the industry at large to contribute towards Noble's recovery efforts, promising to match every dollar donated between Feb. 29 and March 8, up to a total of $10,000. The check will go to Noble shortly to meet immediate needs.

Donate here for this special cause.

CIF's mission is to secure and distribute donations to people in the collision industry who have experienced significant losses due to natural disasters or other catastrophic events. Please help CIF maximize the help it can provide to Noble, and keep CIF in mind if you know of anyone in the industry who has befallen a similar challenge.

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