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Roundup: GNG Car Recipients in the News
Every year at Good News Garage, we award between 150 and 200 refurbished donated cars to neighbors in need. Some of these car recipients share their stories with the newspapers and TV stations in their hometowns.
Good News Garage car recipients often come from difficult circumstances and are working hard to steer their lives in a better direction. A critical component of their journey is the ability to have safe and reliable transportation. From obtaining reliable employment to attending healthcare appointments, donated cars enable these car recipients to move forward in their lives towards social and financial self-sufficiency.
Below is a roundup of news articles from Winter ’21/’22 featuring recipients of donated cars from Good News Garage.
Massachusetts Car Recipients in the News
Danvers resident receives Good News Garage vehicle donation from the Herald Citizen
Pittsfield mother receives used car thanks to Good News Garage donation from the Berkshire Eagle
Springfield woman gifted vehicle from non-profit organization from WWLP 22 News
The Upside: Pittsfield mom received donated car from ABC News 10
Family shelter worker gifted free car by nonprofit Good News Garage by Spectrum News 1
Nonprofits are struggling amid a nationwide car shortage from ABC 7 Denver (as seen below)
Gardner woman has heartfelt reaction to life-altering gift from The Gardner News
Kingston resident considers her donated car a blessing from the Kingston Reporter
Vermont Car Recipients in the News
Good News Garage Seeks Car Donations for Vermont families from the Montpelier Bridge
Milton resident given car from Good News Garage in Burlington from the Milton Independent
Bennington mom receives donated car; Donations needed during record-high car prices from the Bennington Banner
St. Albans mother finds transportation relief from Good News Garage from the St. Albans Messenger
Who Qualifies for Donated Cars?
The recipients of these donated cars are primarily from Massachusetts and Vermont. Our charitable programs in these states operate through established partnerships with state agencies. The state agencies are responsible for determining who qualifies for vehicles so that we can focus on obtaining donated cars, repairing them as necessary, and passing the keys to individuals and families in need.