Janice and Mostafa’s 2004 Toyota Avalon

Donated to the
American Cancer Society

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This is a hard giveaway, but we know we are doing good by donating it.”

This was the last thing my father bought for my mother before we lost him to Alzheimer’s. One year later she had a stroke and could no longer drive so we took the car. Both my parents have been gone for over eight years. It has been a primary car, an extra car, a loaner for all three of my children at times. This is a hard giveaway, but we know we are doing good by donating it. In memory of Dick and Isobel Bongard.

Thank You, Janice and Mostafa!

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