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Farmers Insurance collaborates with National Auto Body Council to donate vehicle to local recipient

A 2015 Jeep Patriot Sport was restored by technicians at CARSTAR Collision Specialists East who donated their time and skills

Overland Park, Kan.—Farmers Insurance donated a newly refurbished vehicle to a single mom of three during a special ceremony recently in Overland Park, Kansas. Farmers worked with local auto body shop CARSTAR Collision Specialists East to restore a 2015 Jeep Patriot Sport and help provide reliable transportation to the recipient as part of the National Auto Body Council (NABC) Recycled Rides program.

“The Farmers team is dedicated to giving back and helping make a positive impact in our communities,” said Carly Kraft, external communications manager at Farmers Insurance. “In providing reliable transportation, it’s our hope the newly restored vehicle will help meet the recipient’s needs, especially during this unique time.”

The car was restored by technicians at CARSTAR Collision Specialists East who donated their time and skills.

The recipient was identified by Safehome, a nonprofit organization and domestic violence shelter in Overland Park. Safehome offers free services including shelter, individual and group counseling, court and legal support, and other community programs. Safehome’s vision, since 1980, is to empower survivors and their children to live a life free of domestic violence.

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