Community First Program

Northwest Arkansas Collision Center wants to show our appreciation and give back to the communities that we call home.  Our Community First Program is our way of giving back.  We dedicate a percentage of all sales to schools, charitable organizations, and those efforts by others to make Northwest Arkansas a better place to live for everyone.

One of our campaigns is to help the Farmington School District to purchase and install security locking devices to be used in the school buildings in case of intruders, armed or otherwise.  Pictured are Damon and Audrey Wetzel presenting a check to Jimmy Brotherton, the School Resource Officer and Stephanie Pinkerton, assistant Supt.

We’re proud to have supported The Farmington JDRF Walk, Meals on Wheels for both the Farmington and Prairie Grove communities, Wheels for Prosperity, The Washington County Sheriff’s “Shop with a Cop” program, The Washington County Fair Youth Livestock Auction, Soldier On Service Dogs, and many other worthwhile causes in the past and will continue to do so. 

In addition to that, Northwest Arkansas Collision Center has made the decision to “adopt” several elementary schools in both Washington and Benton Counties and to provide needed supplies and support to those.

Check presentation to Farmington School District to purchase and install security locking devices.