STUART – Bob Zaccheo remembers the day it all became crystal clear.
Project L.I.F.T. was in its infancy, still taking baby steps as it worked to establish itself as a viable non-profit. Somehow, Zaccheo had attracted the attention of some local media, bringing a reporter and photographer out to see the organization’s first rehabbed automobile before it was donated to a needy family.
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