As part of a nationwide initiative, Allstate and Sterling Autobody centers donated a refurbished vehicle to Heritage Christian Services. The 2005 Chrysler caravan was considered a total loss after it was stolen and vandalized. It was rehabbed as part of the National Auto Body Council's recycled ride program.
"It means a vehicle goes to a few people who can live more independently in the community and have access to all the pleasures that you and I have in life, from day to day stuff of grocery shopping to going out and seeing their friends to even getting employment and having transportation to their job." Heritage VP Drew Bielemeier said.
Heritage Christian Services, which serves over 1,600 children and adults with disabilities, plans to use the donated vehicle at one of its homes in Henrietta.