Brakes for Breasts has started its 2018 Brakes for Breasts fundraiser. During October, more than 100 independent auto repair shops from across the United States are offering free brake pads to their customers.
Without a warehouse as a home for “Toys for Tots,” the mid-South program had no choice but to start turning away toy donations. As the weeks went on, the organization reached out to their local community for help.
OEConnection LLC (OEC) donated a computer, as well as the time needed for set-up and installation, to All Faiths Pantry (AFP), a non-profit organization which delivers nutritious groceries to local low-income seniors and those with physical disabilities.
The Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF) has entered phase two of urgent response to aftermarket families affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria, deadly wildfires, and looming tropical storm Ophelia.
Autoshop Solutions, which helps auto repair and collision repair shops build websites and market their services online, is waiving fees for any shops affected by Hurricane Harvey until those shops are up and running once again. Founder Danny Sanchez is encouraging other vendors to follow suit and offer their services where they can.