Sheldon, Iowa — A Spencer mother and her sons are the latest recipients of a refurbished vehicle through the Charitable Chariots program.
The 2005 Ford Explorer presented to Tiffany Andreasen and her sons, Dominic and Isaac, was the twenty-third vehicle donated by Northwest Iowa Community College’s SkillsUSA Charitable Chariots program.
Andreasen applied for a Charitable Chariots vehicle and was identified by the Family Crisis Centers, according to college officials.
SkillsUSA is a student run organization that promotes professional development, community service, and technical training. Students in the Automotive Service & Light Duty Diesel and the Diesel Technology programs at Northwest Iowa Community College refurbish automobiles, vans, and trucks for the purpose of donating back to area families in need. Families that receive the donated vehicles are selected by area social service agencies like the Family Crisis Center. This is the tenty-third vehicle donated by Charitable Chariots at NCC since 2009.