Seidner’s Collision Centers Celebrates National Volunteer Week with Inland Empire United Way’s School Makeover Project

Ontario, CA April 21st 2018 – Celebrating National Volunteer week with the Inland Empire United Way, Seidner’s put together a team of over 25 employees and their family members to work with another 100 volunteers to help complete a school makeover at Corona Elementary School in Ontario. Seidner’s and other volunteers painted murals throughout the school campus that enhances and enforces what is learned in the classroom and encourages a sense of pride among students in their educational environment. The large group of volunteers helped to transform the school grounds into a dynamic environment that is visually stimulating and that the teachers, parents, students, and the community can be proud of! Seidner’s Collision Centers is proud to have partnered with the Inland Empire United Way and look forward to supporting many of the wonderful efforts of the United Way in the future.

Kristen Pilcher, 30, of Rancho Cucamonga, right, takes part painting inspiring murals for students as part of the Inland Empire United Way’s celebration of National Volunteer Week, at Corona Elementary School in Ontario, CA., Saturday, April 21, 2018. Corona Elementary School’s makeover included agility courses to encourage kids to play and stay healthy. (Photo by James Carbone for the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin)
















Inland Empire United Way is committed to improving the lives and futures of children and families in need by investing in Education, Health, and Financial Stability. By partnering with a network of local nonprofit organizations, United Way delivers critical services to our community, connects individuals in crisis with needed resources through 2-1-1, and increases the power of local charities by providing dedicated volunteers. More information can be found at