Caliber provides for millions

Caliber Collision’s fifth Annual Rhythm Restoration Food Drive has resulted in 3.1 million meals collected for donation to 37 different food banks across the US.

Caliber Collision, the largest collision repair company in North America, created the Rhythm Restoration Food Drive as a grassroots effort, spearheaded by Caliber’s 9,000 associates, to rally customers, local business partners, and the general public to donate cash and food for at-risk children who don’t receive subsidised school lunches over the summer months. The three-week campaign raised over $334,000 in cash donations and thousands of pounds of food items.

Collection bins were set up at each of Caliber’s 420 locations nationwide. Caliber associates challenged each other and engaged their local communities through a variety of fundraising events such as car shows, auctions, motorcycle rallies, dunk tanks, head shaving, pie throwing and other giving opportunities.

‘Giving back to our local communities is an integral part of Caliber’s core values,’ said Steve Grimshaw, Caliber Collision chief executive officer. ‘I am proud of our 9,000 teammates who worked tirelessly over the three week drive to raise a record breaking amount of meals for kids in need. We thank our business and community partners who have joined with us to restore the rhythm of life for children across the 16 states that Caliber serves.’