Corvette Club Gives $9,500 to Charities

Thunder Vette Set Corvette ClubWe love it when Corvette Clubs come together for a purpose.  Sure, driving and enjoying the car of our dreams is one thing, but giving back to charity is quite another and boy has this Corvette Club come through on that.

The Thunder Vette Set Corvette Club of Sierra Vista recently contributed over $9,500 to various local charities in their area of Arizona!  They saw a 16% increase in contributions from last year and were gathered at various events held throughout the year including it's Corvette Thunder event this past November.

The charities that they donated to included the Salvation Army, Stocking Stuffers, the Boys & Girls Club, St. Vincent DePaul, Forgach House, CANTER, Care for the Horses, Sierra Vista Animal Shelter, Habitat for Humanity, Cochise Children’s Center, Arizona Children’s Home Family Preservation Bisbee, Women’s Transition Project DBA Renaissance House, AYSO809 Douglas, Sierra Vista Fire Department, Fry Fire Department, Huachuca City Fire Department, Whetstone Fire Department, Douglas Fire Department, Palominas Fire Department, the Good Neighbor Alliance, and CTOF Fort Huachuca (Chaplain’s Fund).

To our friends out at The Thunder Vette Set Corvette Club, keep up the great work!

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  1. Diane says:

    Thanks, Ryan for the post of our newspaper article. We are lucky that we are able to give back to our community especially around the holidays.

  2. Mike says:

    Thanks for the nice write-up! We are a very active Corvette club and really do enjoy giving back to the community. There is no better way to do that than in a Corvette. Great site and keep up the good work!

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