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Heroes for Children receives $75,000 donation from Richardson-based Service King Collision Repair

Service King Collision Repair, founded in Dallas and headquartered in Richardson, raised $125,000 through its 23rd annual DFW Charity Golf Tournament for local nonprofits including Heroes for Children.

“The Service King gift could not have come at a better time – right before the holidays,” said Larissa Linton, executive director and co-founder of Heroes for Children, in a press release. “This year, Heroes for Children was hit with some extraordinary unforeseen requests due to Hurricane Harvey. Our organization serves the entire state of Texas and one-third of our requests come from the Houston area.”

Service King Collision Repair Centers, with more than 40 years of experience in the automotive repair industry, is a leading national operator of comprehensive, high-quality collision repair facilities. The organization is consistently recognized for its commitment to customer satisfaction, quality workmanship and giving back to the industry through innovative training and recruiting initiatives. Read more about the company here.

Heroes for Children depends on donations in their mission to advocate for and provide financial and social assistance to families with children (0-22 years of age) battling cancer. With the community’s help, Heroes is making a difference by ensuring that no family with a child battling cancer will ever fight alone. For more information, go to publishes every week.
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