Waterdown, Ontario — Doing the Canadian collision community proud, Waterdown Collision is currently in the midst of a fundraising drive to support Cystic Fibrosis Canada and they could use your help in hitting this year’s goal.
The fight against cystic fibrosis is a cause close to the heart of the DiFelice family, and owners Max and Patty have successfully made charity a key part of their business’ legacy ever since the diagnosis of their son Dante.
Dante is now 20-years-old and just through his first year at Georgian College, and the work his family does to support research for his illness has evolved every step along the way, with Waterdown Collision on track to meet its fundraising goal of $20,000.
The shop is accepting donations of $75 to support Dante during the Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis History, set for May 28 in Hamilton, Ont.
In exchange for the public’s generosity, the DiFelice’s will be offering complimentary inside and outside car washes, mechanical inspection services and summer tire swaps to those who donate, in addition to a tax deductible receipt from Cystic Fibrosis Canada.
The offer lasts right up until the day of the walk on May 28. For more information on how to donate, click here.
“Dante’s Journey to the Cure” has raised $6,950 as of the time of publication.