I read an article this morning where one of our fellow Body Shop owner’s needs help for their kid. Helping each other out is what it is all about, isn’t it. No, this is not a life or death situation, but if the collision repair industry has been kind to you this year, it’s time to help a fellow body shop owner in need. It is for his daughter…..what would you do for your kids? I know I would do whatever it takes for my kids and I am sure you would too.
The daughter, Ashley Sabbatini, was diagnosed with moderate-to-severe sensorineural hearing loss when she was 4. She is now 18 years old and has dreams to study speech and hearing and become an audiologist to help individuals like her.
Their goal amount to raise is not that unrealistic, the operations are going to run $62,000. But with the body shop business slow and the mother’s hours cut at her job, and insurance not helping, $62,000 can be impossible to come up with.
Think about it…we all want everything possible for our own kids. It’s a shame that a dollar amount stands in the way of this family helping their daughter regain her hearing.
I am reaching out to everyone in the collision repair industry to help if you are able to. Every little bit will help.
To read the full article visit http://www.sunherald.com/2012/04/06/3867703/community-raises-funds-for-teens.html After reading the full article click on the link Ashely’s Dream To Hear to donate.