Foundation / Corporation
Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREP)
Grants to USA schools to support collision repair training programs. Funding is intended to enhance the program's supply of equipment and materials. The purpose of funding is to positively impact the lives of students pursuing a career in collision repair by providing financial support to schools with limited funds.
The goal with the Collision Repair Education Foundation’s Benchmark grant is to honor a school that has been doing an outstanding job in educating students in collision repair, but needs some financial assistance to improve their program’s teaching materials and equipment. With strained school budgets, the Foundation is honored to have the opportunity to bridge the program’s financial gap and to make a difference in the lives of the students studying collision repair.
New Award Categories for 2022:
GrantWatch ID#: 196474
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Collision Repair Education Foundation
5125 Trillium Blvd.
Hoffman Estates, IL 60192
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