After being laid off from a dead-end job, William started attending school to become a machinist. With a car in need of major repairs, student loans and no extra cash available, William was worried that he’d be forced to put his education on hold until he could pay for car repairs that were necessary to get him safely to and from school. When William learned that Cars for Neighbors would fix his car for free, he was thrilled. A working car was the hinge to get him through the door for interviews, to get a great new job in his chosen field, to pay his rent and enjoy a new lease on life.
William is shown here with his 1997 Chrysler Concorde that Cars for Neighbors repaired for him.