CARROLL SHELBY FOUNDATION KEEPS FOOT ON THE GAS WITH CHARITABLE GIVING AND FUNDRAISING DURING 2020
While many organizations throttled back their initiatives during 2020, the Carroll Shelby Foundation™ (CSF) kept their foot firmly to the floor with an amazing number of donations and fundraising programs this year. The non-profit organization made several sizeable gifts and even increased its annual commitments to charities such as Children’s Organ Transplant Association, Carroll Shelby Automotive Program, American Nurses Association and The Eli Home.
Here’s your chance to win Chase Briscoe’s racing helmet! Designed and owned by Stewart-Haas Racing driver Chase Briscoe, the design and carbon fiber Bell helmet are just like the one that Chase wore to victory 6 times this season in NASCAR’s Xfinity racing series. Briscoe has put a Shelby Mustang into the winner’s circle once again, 55 years after its first victory in 1965.
CARROLL SHELBY FOUNDATION TO DONATE $150,000 TO THE CHILDREN'S ORGAN TRANSPLANT ASSOCIATION
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.
May 29, 2020 – – Film buffs, start your engines. Memorabilia from the Oscar-nominated “Ford v Ferrari” could soon be yours.
Items from the film — some of which will be autographed by leads Christian Bale and Matt Damon — is being auctioned off to benefit the families of first responders fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
CARROLL SHELBY FOUNDATION TO AUCTION “FORD V FERRARI” AND OTHER MEMORABILIA TO BENEFIT FIRST RESPONDERS CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION
The Carroll Shelby Foundation is auctioning several pieces of “Ford v Ferrari” memorabilia autographed by Hollywood legends Christian Bale and Matt Damon, as well as others, with proceeds benefitting the First Responders Children’s Foundation COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund. The money will be used for grants that help first responders experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.