By CRM staff 

Toronto, Ontario -- January 4, 2019 -- Last month, Saskatoon-based Parr Auto Body got into the spirit of the season by donating $4,000 and enough food to stuff an SUV to a local food bank. The repair facility's donation, which went to the Saskatoon Food Bank, was given as part of the 'Stuff The Bus Campaignm' put on by radio station Rock 102 FM.

“Our team really comes together to make things happen. It’s great to include different team members in the opportunities to expose them to the feeling of ‘sharing our blessings,’” said managing partner of Parr Auto Body, Chelsea Stebner.

This isn't the first time that Parr Auto Body has made a large donation to the Saskatoon Food Bank. In 2015, they also donated $10,000 to the Milk For Kids Program. In addition to this, the team also gives back to a variety of charities, and have an ongoing commitment to provide support for Ronald McDonald House's  Adopt-a-Room program.

“Parr considers ‘community’ one of its core values and we believe that as people living and doing business in Saskatoon we have a responsibility to give back to that community,” said Stebner. 

 

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