CIF Extends Campaign to Help Injured Louisville Collision Repairer

March 1, 2024
He was initially spotlighted by FenderBender in the February issue after his colleagues donated their work hours and started a fundraising raffle for him.

The Collision Industry Foundation (CIF) is extending its fundraiser for Gary Noble, a collision repair technician from Louisville, Kentucky, who works for Louisville Collision.

It was originally set to end on March 8 but they have announced it will extend through March 15. 

He suffered a major automobile accident in November of last year and has been out of work for over 15 weeks now.

CIF is calling on the entire collision repair industry to help with a “challenge grant.” CIF will match industry donations to Noble dollar-for-dollar, up to $10,000.

This check will be sent to Noble shortly to meet immediate needs.

Those who wish to donate can visit CIF's website to do so.

Noble was initially spotlighted by FenderBender in the February issue after his colleagues donated their work hours and started a fundraising raffle for him.

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