Media Contact:
McKenzie Simmons
Cancer Support Community Arizona

For Immediate Release

Car Donation from Allstate and Caliber Collision to Benefit Teens & Adults with Cancer

When: Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at 11:00 AM
Where: Cancer Support Community Arizona| 360 East Palm Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85004

PHOENIX, Ariz. (June 20, 2018) – Cancer Support Community Arizona will receive a much-needed lift when its Board and staff are presented with keys to a practically brand-new Ford Explorer from Caliber Collision and Allstate as part of the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides™ program.

Recycled Rides™ is an industry-wide program in which collision repair businesses team up to repair and donate vehicles to individuals and nonprofit service programs in need. Over the past five years, Caliber Collision and its industry partners have donated over 200 vehicles valued at nearly $2 .6 million.

The vehicle for Cancer Support Community Arizona was donated by Allstate and repaired by technicians at Caliber Collision – Scottsdale, who volunteered their services to repair the vehicle as a community service. Enterprise Holdings and, , also contributed to ensure the vehicle is safe and reliable to reach anyone impacted by cancer with emotional support in the state of Arizona. (Tabatha will confirm this list. Enterprise Rent-a-Car would not be contributing to the car. If they participate, it would be to help perhaps with food, etc.)

“The Recycled Rides™ gift to Cancer Support Community Arizona will allow staff to provide free emotional and therapeutic support to children, teens and adults impacted by cancer throughout Arizona. Services including emotional support in Northern Arizona can now be provided with the addition of this new safe and reliable vehicle. This SUV will transform the way we serve the nearly 35,000+ cancer survivors and caregivers each year in Arizona that may not seek therapeutic support due to financial, location or health barriers,” says Debbie DiCarlo, CEO, Cancer Support Community Arizona.

About Cancer Support Community Arizona
Cancer Support Community Arizona opened its doors to cancer patients and their loved ones in March of 1999. The mission is to ensure that all people impacted with cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community. With your help, Cancer Support Community Arizona can ensure their vision: so that no one faces cancer alone®. Visit www.cscaz.org to find out more information and how you can help.