Drive Toward a CureFollow
Los Angeles, CA
LOS ANGELES – January 30, 2019 - The 70th annual Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona, held this past weekend, created a perfect charitable storm for non-profit Drive Toward a Cure, yielding fantastic fundraising success and capping off the organizations latest fundraising efforts, with a total of more than $70,000 raised for Parkinson’s Disease research and patient care. The weekend event was highlighted by the ‘Charity Pinstripers,’ who volunteered their artistic energy and talents to earn more than $45,000 in auction proceeds and donations. Entertainment at the show included a live performance by famed blues rock guitarist Jimmie Vaughan on stage before donating the instrument he had just played, earning $5,000 of that amount alone.
Drive Toward a Cure pursues an alternative to the numerous ‘for profit’ rally driving programs through the creation of events that team cars and camaraderie to raise funds and awareness to support the challenges of Parkinson’s Disease, benefiting research and patient care.
Your support in the fight against Parkinson's Disease is greatly appreciated. Without individual donations such as yours, the future of Parkinson's Disease research and patient care will not receive the full attention that it so badly needs. Your donations help make Parkinson's Disease research a priority. The goal of Drive Toward a Cure is to raise funds to support this cause. Most donations* are tax deductible (please seek professional tax advice for your individual needs) and support M and the Michael J. Fox Foundation and the Parkinson’s Institute and Clinical Center.
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