Smith & Moore Family Teen Center Alumnus, Anajiah Graham received a 2019 Chevrolet Cruz. This was made possible by National Auto Body Council Recycled Rides, Classic Collision, and Geico. NABC Recycled Rides is a unique program in which businesses representing all facets of the collision repair industry team up to refurbish and donate vehicles to individuals and families in need of reliable transportation.
“Most of us take transportation for granted. But for many people, routine activities such as going to work, taking kids to school, grocery shopping, and medical visits are a challenge. A catastrophic illness or unforeseen circumstances can suddenly change lives and, without transportation, make it difficult to get back on the road to stability,” stated NABC.
Anajiah Graham, Youth of the Year Winner 2021, was chosen to receive this car because of her standout commitment to her community, superior support to her peers at the Teen Center, and the grave transportation need for her family. Anajiah is a positive role model for other Club members as she continues to be involved with Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County while attending Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University; now she will not have to worry about her transportation to and from her college classes.
“The value of building relationships with corporate partners often yields life-altering outcomes for our members, we are forever grateful,” stated Chilondra Sheppard, Senior Career Bound Director for Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County.
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