Vehicle Restored by Ft. Bragg Soldiers to Be Donated to USO of North Carolina for Statewide Services
FAYETTEVILLE, NC (August 29, 2018) - Military service members throughout North Carolina will benefit from a practically brand-new vehicle refurbished for the USO of North Carolina by Ft. Bragg soldiers participating in Caliber Collision’s Changing Lanes Academy.
The vehicle, donated by Allstate, will play a critical role in helping the USO of North Carolina execute programs, from family support, to transition and career assistance, and much more. The additional vehicle to their fleet ensures that USO of NC staff stand always by the side of our service members, no matter where they are.
The vehicle donation for the USO of NC by Allstate and Caliber Collision is part of the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides™ program in which collision industry businesses team up to repair and donate cars to individuals and nonprofit organizations in need. Over the past five years, Caliber and its industry partners have donated over 250 vehicles.
The USO of North Carolina is a nonprofit organization that strengthens America’s service members by connecting them to family home and country. Through critical programs and services based out of 11 locations across the state, the organization provides nearly 600,000 service connections each year.
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