$200,000 Distributed to Sonoma Non-Profits By Speedway Children's Charities Sonoma Chapter
$200,000 have been gifted to local Sonoma non-profits as part of Speedway Children’s Charities Sonoma Chapter’s annual grant program. 39 local organizations were chosen from the many applicants to receive funds, and this year’s financial awards will help fund critical needs programs that provide resources for shelter, food, medical and dental care, mental health, education and more.Sonoma Raceway Employees Perform Day of Caring
Sonoma Raceway team members from all departments recently volunteered at the Redwood Empire Food Bank in Santa Rosa. Giving a combined total of 75 hours of their time, the group worked packaging produce for patrons who come to pick up fresh, healthy food for their families.
The group worked in teams to sort, weigh and bundle the produce, and ended up packaging 13,205 pounds of produce which will provide over 11,000 meals for those in need.Speedway Children's Charities Sonoma Chapter Receives $35,000 Donation From Sonoma Raceway's Ferrari Challenge Event Proceeds
Spectators at the Ferrari Challenge event at Sonoma Raceway in late September 2022 not only got to experience the thrill of Ferrari race cars battling for a championship win, but also helped generate funds for Speedway Children’s Charities Sonoma to the tune of $35,000. This abundant donation, representing net proceeds from the event, will go directly to local Sonoma County charities to help children and families in critical need.Virtual John's March Raises More Than $27,000
Sonoma Raceway teamed up with No Stomach For Cancer for the 11th annual John’s March Against Stomach Cancer on Saturday, Jan. 22, with the popular event being held virtually once again for 2022.
The fundraiser generated more than $27,000 for No Stomach For Cancer, bringing the event’s 11-year total to more than $180,000 raised for gastric cancer research and awareness.Sonoma Raceway Donates More Than $233,000 to Local Children
Forty-eight Sonoma County non-profit organizations have benefitted from nearly $233,000 in grants recently awarded by the Sonoma chapter of Speedway Children's Charities (SCC), the charitable arm of Sonoma Raceway.
This contribution brings the chapter's total distribution of funds to more than $7 million since 2001.Sonoma Raceway Donates Nearly 2,000 Pounds of Food for Holidays
Sonoma Raceway took the checkered flag on its 21st annual Thanksgiving Food Drive, delivering nearly 2,000 pounds of food to Friends in Sonoma Helping (F.I.S.H.).
The holiday bounty included nearly one ton of non-perishable food items. The raceway’s annual food drive has distributed more than 41 tons of food since its inception in 2000.Sonoma Raceway, Vitalant Spearhead Local Blood Drive With 72 Units
Sonoma Raceway and its fans helped generate more than 72 units of critical blood donations for Northern California hospitals and medical facilities on Oct. 1, during the 20th annual Vitalant High-Speed Blood Drive.Annual Giving Report
The Speedway Motorsports Annual Giving Report provides an in-depth look at numerous charitable and volunteer efforts conducted by the company's world-class motorsports entertainment venues as well as SMI Properties, zMAX, Performance Racing Network, and US Legends Cars International.
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