The Knights of Columbus of Pavia 48 in Bethel are raising money to cover the deductible for Ability Beyond's vandalized vans. Our goal is to collect 1000.00 dollars to cover the deductible.
Help Pavia 48, Knights of Columbus raise funds to assist in the repair of the vandalized Ability Beyond's vans ! Our goal is to raise 1000 dollars to cover the deductible. All funds raised beyond 1000 dollars will go to Ability Beyond as well. Help support this great cause ! Donate online here or,
You can also donate by cash or check by mailing your donation to,
Pavia Council 48 K of C
PO BOX 902
Bethel CT 06801
Please write Ability Van in the comment section of your check or send a note with your cash donation reflecting the donation is for Ability Vans.
BETHEL – Police in Bethel are looking for the vandal or vandals who damaged seven wheelchair-accessible vans a nonprofit uses to transport people with disabilities.
The vans had their catalytic converters removed last weekend while they were parked at Ability Beyond’s Bethel office, making them undrivable. The vans are used to transport the nonprofit’s clients to and from day and work programs.
Ability Beyond’s Alisa Picerno says the damage is estimated at around $10,000. Repairs will not be completed until the new year.
Bethel police are investigating.
Catalytic converters, part of a vehicle’s emissions control system, are often sold for their scrap value.
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