Jim Koons Automotive Companies has donated a brand new mobility van to the Diviney family of Ashburn, Virginia, through their organization, Ryansrally.org, according to a news release from Jim Koons Automotive.
The Toyota Sienna mobility vehicle was personally delivered to Ryan Diviney and his family by member of the Koons family and Koons employees on December 17 at noon, officials said.
Ryan Diviney, who was brutally beaten in 2009 while attending West Virginia University, currently remains in a vegetative state at his home in Va., where Ryan's father, Ken Diviney, is his primary caregiver.
"We can't thank the Koons organization enough for this vehicle donation. They
are truly a family with compassion, and this is extended to, and reflected in, their
business culture. They care about the well-being of the community, and this is a
wonderful example of that. It means so much to us in providing for our son. The
Koons organization is the example of how businesses unselfishly give back to the
community," said Ken Diviney.
The mobility van is equipped with a wheelchair ramp that will enable Ryan to be transported outside his home, according to the news release.