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Hi,

We have a 1973 Alfa Romeo Spider that was halfway through its restoration when the guy doing it became disabled and let us know he would not be able to finish it. We are now ready to simply move on from owning this car, but would like its next chapter to be one that does some good. We would love to find a charitable restoration program that might use the car to help others gain skills in automotive restoration or maintenance and once done might either give it someone who needs it - or maybe holds a raffle or something to raise funds for their organization.

Does anyone know of an organization or program that does that type of thing and who we might reach out to? Google searches have not yielded many results.

Many thanks!
 

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Thanks. It's in Acton, MA. We've reached out to Blackstone Vocational Technical in Upton but have not heard back yet.
 

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Hi. You should try Klingberg Family Centers in New Britain, CT (Klingberg). They have a great program for kids. Ask for Mark Johnson or John Jarush and tell them Michael from The Paddock Classic Cars referred you.
 
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