AACF Responds to Hawaiian Fires

AACF Responds to Hawaiian Fires | THE SHOPThe Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF) is providing support to families impacted by the recent Lahaina fires in Hawaii, the organization announced.

The Lahaina fires in Hawaii have impacted not only properties but also the lives of several families in the automotive aftermarket industry, according to the AACF. In response, the organization is providing support to the affected families.

The Lahaina fires have been an unprecedented disaster, displacing families, disrupting businesses, and causing distress to our industry partners. In light of these circumstances, the AACF has rallied its resources and expertise to extend a helping hand to the aftermarket industry families who have been hit hardest.

The AACF has established a dedicated relief fund to provide financial assistance to the families grappling with the aftermath of the fires, the organization said. This initiative not only addresses the immediate needs of these families but also recovery efforts.

“During times of crisis, it is essential for the aftermarket industry to come together and support one another,” says Joel Ayres, executive director of AACF. “We understand the challenges that these families are facing, and our goal is to offer them a helping hand, reminding them that they are not alone in this journey toward recovery.”

For more information, or if you or someone you know needs help, contact the organization online here, by emailing, or by calling 772-286-5500.

A.J. Hecht

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