Nine auto repair shops in the Strongsville, OH, area are joining together to raise money for area youth. During the month of May, the repair shops will donate 10 percent of all brake repair service to Guidestone, formerly called the Berea Children’s Home and Family Services.
Below is the article as it appeared on the Cleveland.com website.
Strongsville auto shop donates "Brakes for Kids"
Monday, April 30, 2012
By Cory Shaffer, Sun News
When you think charity, chances are you don’t think of getting your brakes fixed.
But for the entire month of May, Strongsville Express Tire and eight other auto care facilities will be donating 10 percent of all brake repair service to Guidestone, formerly called the Berea Children’s Home and Family Services, as part of the annual "Brakes for Kids" program.
"We’re always looking to give back to the community any way that we can," said David Justice, the program’s founder and owner of Strongsville Tire Express and Parkway Auto in Berea. "My daughter worked for Berea Children’s Home in the past…so I know they do really great things for our community."
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