“Sometimes, a car comes along that leaves the automotive landscape different than before… Chevrolet Performance did not phone in the first-ever production mid-engine Corvette. It dialed it, massaged it, honed it, crafted the new ‘Vette to the point of the nearly impossible.” –Jonny Lieberman (MotorTrend)
Each year Jeff donates his personal Corvette to the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation. The Corvette program has raised nearly $9 million for pediatric cancer research to find less toxic, more effective treatments for the No. 1 cause of death by disease for kids.
The entry period to win Jeff’s Corvette AND $10,000 cash has closed, but you still have time to enter to win the car. Don’t wait — get your tickets today!
Jeff calls Vick C. to share the great news
Dennis from Braxton, MS
Scott from Brooklyn, MI, relocated his Honda Accord from the garage last fall to make room for Jeff’s 2019 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Coupe. It was Scott’s first year buying Corvette For A Cure tickets. He and his wife, Kim, volunteer frequently at Michigan International Speedway. They’re committed to giving back through support for their local community and various national nonprofits. We are so happy to have them as part of our JGCF Corvette For A Cure family!
Kim from Fairfield, Ohio, received the surprise of her life when Jeff personally called to tell her she had won his Corvette.
We had some very special guests at the 2019 Corvette For A Cure Celebration – but none more special than Merritt and her parents, Aaron and Kayla (watch the video HERE). Merritt’s outgoing personality and irresistibly cute smile belie the suffering she has endured at such a young age.
Diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma (the most prevalent soft tissue cancer in children) when she was only 15 months old, Merritt faced multiple surgeries, several rounds of radiation and many weeks of chemotherapy. It’s impossible to imagine the fear and anguish that come with handing your infant daughter over for such terrifying treatments.
But less than one year after our Celebration event, we are thrilled to report that Merritt has spent this spring and summer doing some pretty exciting things: going to the beach, wrapping up her last cycle of maintenance chemo, and learning how to be a big sister to new brother, Eli.
We want every childhood cancer story to have the same ending as Merritt’s. But unfortunately, cancer remains the No. 1 cause of death by disease for kids. YOU can help change that by buying tickets to win Jeff’s Corvette and funding lifesaving research.