The Collision Clinic is always committed to making a difference in our community! This year’s recipient, Faith Ann, couldn’t help but get emotional when she first saw her new vehicle, knowing the positive impact it will have on her family’s life.
The Collision Clinic has been committed to making the difference in the lives of a local family for many years. This year marks the 17th Annual Enriching Lives Car Giveaway Program, and the overwhelming positivity and response indicates that there is no slowing down any time soon.
This year’s recipient, Katherine Costello is a single mother of one. Katherine and her seven-year-old daughter Maggie accepted the keys to a fully-reconditioned 2018 Nissan Versa and one year of vehicle insurance and registration.
Even a very minor collision can put your safety at risk and requires a Collision Repair Specialist. Collision Clinic is focused on providing safe quality repairs, which is why we partner directly with vehicle manufacturers to guarantee your vehicle is repaired properly.
Sarah McNiven, mother-of-two, is the happy recipient of a 2015 Ford Fiesta. She says that it’s a big relief to be able to transport her children to school and events in the community without worry, and we are delighted to have been able to remove that burden for her.
Life can be overwhelming when you’re 23 years old, have had four brain surgeries in the last five years, are a mom to a two-and-a-half-year-old girl, working full-time as a personal care attendant in St. John’s, and living in Mount Pearl!
It’s not easy to get around in most towns in Newfoundland and Labrador without a reliable vehicle. It’s harder when you have kids and so many places to go; oh, and the nearest hockey rink, ballet class, or job is more than 45 minutes away in Marystown.
Some people might take it for granted that they can just hop in the car and go wherever they need to. Not me.