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3rd Annual Show - September 7, 2024

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All Ford Charity Car Shows is a small group of automotive enthusiasts that have joined together to raise funds to support First Responders, Military, Children and Cancer. Our first fundraising event benefits the Carroll Shelby Foundation (CSF) and Tunnel to Towers Foundation. Our goal is to conduct one or more fund raisers a year with proceeds going to our chosen charities. We are a Non-Profit Corporation (pending 501c-3) and all our team members are 100% non-paid volunteers.

Legendary racer and automotive manufacture Carroll Shelby, following successful heart transplant, created Carroll Shelby Children's Foundation in October 1991. The Organization is dedicated to providing assistance for acute coronary and kidney care for young people who share many of the same afflictions. In 2009, the foundation expanded its reach and became the Carroll Shelby Foundation helping kids from their first heartbeat through their education years.

To date, the Carroll Shelby Foundation has helped numerous children undergo major coronary surgeries and help charities and children worldwide raise money for their own fundraising campaigns. The foundation has also provided money to launch healthcare programs and facilities while providing grants to organizations conducting research in the fields or coronary and organ transplant management. The Foundation, expanding its reach, will provide scholarship money to kids dedicated to enhancing their lives through opportunities in the automotive fields.

The Tunnel to Tower Foundation is a charitable organization founded in tribute to New York Fire Department firefighter Stephen Siller, who died on September 11, 2001 during the 9/11 terrorist attack. The foundation operates as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

The Tunnel to Towers Foundation builds mortgage-free smart homes for our most catastrophically injured veterans and first responders. Each home is designed to address the unique needs of each individual. Smart homes host a myriad of features such as automated doors and lighting, wider halls and doorways, special showers to accommodate wheelchairs, automatic door openers, cabinets, counters, and stove tops that can be raised and lowered, back-up generators, and central heating and air conditioning systems that can be controlled by tablets. These homes help our
most severely injured veterans and first responders to reclaim their day-to-day independence.

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