AACF celebrates 65 years serving the aftermarket

In celebration of its 65th anniversary, the Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF) is being honored. Originally founded in 1959 under the name AFFTA, AACF claimed Don Schlenger was its inspiration. According to AACF, Schlenger embarked on a mission to provide financial support to workers and their bereaved spouses, joining forces with other pioneers in the automotive aftermarket business.

“I would want to express my gratitude and acknowledge our committed volunteer board, many of whom have kindly donated their time over the years to support the expansion and success of AACF. The compassionate ethos that characterizes our organization is embodied by these industry volunteers, according to AACF Executive Director Joel Ayres. The AACF is holding a memorial fundraiser. These donations will be used specifically to assist workers in the automotive aftermarket sector who are experiencing hardship, a sudden illness, or a tragic incident that alters their course in life.

On April 1st, AACF will make more announcements about this memorial benefit.

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