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CARROLL SHELBY FOUNDATION RAISES $70,000+ TO HELP KIDS WIN THE RACE FOR LIFE

CARROLL SHELBY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES TEAM SHELBY CLUB MEMBERS RAISE $70,000+ TO HELP KIDS WIN THE RACE FOR LIFE

  • 2 August 2022
  • Author: SAI-JohnE
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CARROLL SHELBY FOUNDATION RAISES $70,000+ TO HELP KIDS WIN THE RACE FOR LIFE

 Donations by members of the international car club Team Shelby over the past four months have raised $72,830 for the Carroll Shelby Foundation.™ The funds will be used by the charity founded by icon Carroll Shelby to provide medical support for children with life-threatening disease and automotive educational opportunities for young people.

Shelby American Commissioned To Build One-Off Shelby GT500SE By Cruise For A Cause

Shelby American Commissioned By Cruise For A Cause To Build One-Off “Hope Edition” Shelby GT500SE To Help Battle Cancer

  • 27 April 2021
  • Author: JEdmond81
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Shelby American Commissioned To Build One-Off Shelby GT500SE By Cruise For A Cause

Shelby American, a wholly owned subsidiary of Carroll Shelby International Inc. (CSBI:PK), today unveiled a one-off 2021 Shelby GT500SE that was commissioned by the non-profit Cruise for a Cause. Named the “Hope Edition”, the car will travel the United States to help raise funds and awareness in support of cancer research.

CARROLL SHELBY FOUNDATION TO DONATE $150,000

CARROLL SHELBY FOUNDATION TO DONATE $150,000 TO THE CHILDREN'S ORGAN TRANSPLANT ASSOCIATION

  • 21 July 2020
  • Author: JEdmond81
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CARROLL SHELBY FOUNDATION TO DONATE $150,000

The Carroll Shelby Foundation™ will donate a total of $150,000 to the Children’s Organ Transplant Association’s Hope Fund over the next three years. The donation will help provide a safety net for families facing the financial and emotional challenges of raising a child who needs a life-saving transplant.

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