University of Minnesota Students Create Video for Cars for Courage

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Students at the University of Minnesota have created a video detailing the Courage Center’s Cars for Courage program.

Four University of Minnesota students and their professor created a video outlining the simple process behind the Courage Center’s Cars for Courage Program.

Cars for Courage welcomes donations of cars, trucks, boats, jet skis, ATVs, motorcycles and snowmobiles to help the clients of the Courage Center continue to make progress in their respective recoveries toward health and independence.

Donations are tax deductible, and all that is needed besides the vehicle is the title and the keys. If the title has a loan indicated on it, a lien release will also be required. Towing is available, or there are drop-off locations throughout the Twin Cities area.

For more information about Cars for Courage, or the Courage Center, visit their website at, or call 763-260-1970 or 1-888-440-CARS between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Central Time Monday through Friday.

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Cars for Courage is Courage Kenny Foundation's vehicle gift program established in 1996 as an innovative approach for resource development. Proceeds from donated vehicles help support and sustain Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute programs and services for people with physical disabilities and sensory impairments. A clinical service line of Allina Health, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute was created in 2013 by the merger of Courage Center and Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute provides a continuum of rehabilitation services for people with short- and long-term conditions, injuries and disabilities in communities throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Our goal is to improve health outcomes, make it easier for clients and families to get the right services for their needs, and reduce costs by preventing complications.

Courage Center, started in 1928, and Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, opened in 1942, were both founded to bridge a gap in services for people with disabilities. Today, the combined organization serves clients of all ages who have a wide range of diagnoses.

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute has multiple locations, and numerous programs and services.

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