CHARITY

The West Coast Muscle Car Club has raised tens of thousands of dollars for local Collier County charities and continues to do so.  The present day goal is to provide money to the Shriners Hospital for Children for their Transportation Fund which is used to transport ill children and their parents to the large hospital in Tampa, FL.

Shriner’s Hospital for Children in Tampa, FL is committed to providing customized care for children in their specialized areas of Orthopedics, Burn Care, Spinal Cord Injury, and Cleft Lip and Palate. All of these services are given in a family-centered environment and are treated without charge to their families.


The Shriner’s Transportation Fund is the main charity of the West Coast Muscle Car Club and has totaled more than $100,000 over the years. This money is designated for transportation of families to and from Southwest Florida to and from the Tampa hospital to be with their children.

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Laces of Love collects new shoes and delivers them to needy kids at local schools. Now, 90,000 shoes delivered since they started, they are still helping needy children one step at a time.


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Collier—Lee Honor Flight is a 501(c)(3) 100% volunteer non—profit organization created solely to honor America’s War Veterans for their sacrifices by transporting these Heroes to Washington DC for the day to Visit and reflect at THEIR memorials. There is never a charge to the Veteran being honored!

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American Gold Star Mothers Inc. Mission Finding strength in the fellowship of other Gold Star Mothers who strive to keep the memory of our sons and daughters alive by working to help veterans, those currently serving in the military, their families and our communities.

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Here at Bikes for Tykes, we are driven by a single goal. That goal is our mission to ensure every child or family in need, residing in Collier County, has a bicycle.

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The Teddy Bear Project gives teddy bears and other plush toys to abused, neglected, abandoned and homeless children between the ages of less than one-year (infant) to teens up to the age of 18 in an effort to improve their quality of life by providing them with comfort, consolation and healing during times of major stress, distress and sadness. The focus of the Teddy Bear Project is to help these children by providing understanding, caring, nurturing and empathic support.