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UCP of Suffolk received a wheelchair accessible van and two motorized wheelchairs donated from State Farm and was recently presented with the van at a ceremony at Scotsman’s Collision in Mount Sinai.

State Farm originally donated the van to Little Sisters of the Poor and the organization in turn donated the van back to State Farm for UCP of Suffolk. Working with the Long Island Auto Body Repairmen’s Association (LIABRA), National Auto Body Council (NABC), Scotsman Collision, and State Farm, the vehicle was transported from Pennsylvania to Long Island and refurbished for donation.

The van will be used by UCP of Suffolk’s Residential Program to transport individuals with disabilities to appointments and community events. The two motorized wheelchairs will be used at UCP of Suffolk’s Health Center in Central Islip.

“We are so appreciative of this wonderful donation which will greatly benefit our individuals in many ways,” Stephen H. Friedman, President, CEO of UCP of Suffolk said.  “It is through the generosity and support of all parties involved that we can continue to provide Life Without Limits for people with disabilities.”

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