SOLD OUT | Jeff Gordon's 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray Coupe

Corvette
for a Cure

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You did it again! Thank you for raising $2 million to help kids fighting cancer.

The tickets may be gone, but you can always join the race to end childhood cancer.

Corvette
for a Cure

Sold out

You did it again! Thank you for raising $2 million to help kids fighting cancer.

The tickets may be gone, but you can always join the race to end childhood cancer.

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Learn more about Corvette For A Cure and 2020’s giveaway car

Ride along with Jeff and hear what he thinks about the Corvette C8

The car

2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray Coupe

Motortrend 2020 Car of the Year

Chevrolet’s first-ever mid-engine Corvette

“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)

Sticker price: $85,310

  • 6.2 Liter V8, 495 HP & 470 lb.-ft. of Torque
  • 8-Speed Dual Clutch Automatic Transmission
  • 0-60 Miles Per Hour in 2.9 Seconds
  • Torch Red Exterior with Jet Black Interior
  • Targa Top Removable Roof
  • Magnetic Ride Control
  • Front Adjustable Lift: 2” Adjustability with 1,000 Way Points

Z51 Performance Package

  • Performance Exhaust
  • Performance Suspension
  • Performance Axle Ratio
  • Performance Brakes and Tires: 19” Front and 20” Rear Wheels
  • Z51 Rear Spoiler
  • Heavy Duty Cooling System

3LT Premium Equipment Package

  • GT2 Black Leather Heated and Ventilated Seats with Red Stitching and Red Belts
  • Infotainment System with Navigation
  • Bose Audio
  • Heads Up Display
  • Front and Rear Cameras
  • Leather Wrapped and Carbon Fiber Interior Trim Package
  • Carbon Flash Wheels, Badges and Body Accents
  • Engine Appearance Package with LED Lighting and Carbon Fiber Accents

The Cause

14 YEARS | NEARLY $9M

for pediatric cancer research & treatment

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.

Prizes

Don’t miss your chance to win Jeff Gordon’s Corvette C8!

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!

  • July 8 to July 15

    • Corvette drawing
    • $10,000 cash drawing

  • July 16 to August 19

    • Corvette drawing

*Jeff Gordon personally donated his Corvette and $10,000 cash for this program. All federal taxes are paid on all prizes. Click here to download complete rules.

2020 winners

Cash drawing winner:
Dennis from Braxton, MS

Corvette drawing winner:
To be announced soon!

Past winners

2019 Corvette winner Scott from Brooklyn, MI

2019

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!

2018 Jeff Gordon Corvette raffle winners

2018

Kim from Fairfield, Ohio, received the surprise of her life when Jeff personally called to tell her she had won his Corvette.

2017

2017

It took Joe from Absecon, NJ, nine years of buying tickets to win Jeff’s Corvette but his persistence finally paid off!
2016

2016

David of Crossville, TN, is a veteran and former employee of a competing auto manufacturer based in Detroit.
2015

2015

After winning his Corvette, Geovanni of Bronx, NY, became one of the first donors in JGCF’s monthly giving program.
2014

2014

A thoughtful and talented woodworker from Painesville, OH, David sends handmade wooden ornaments for the JGCF Christmas tree.
2013

2013

BEST GIFT EVER. Howard from Shickshinny, PA, received his winning ticket as a Father’s Day present.
2012

2012

Paula of Castroville, CA, and her husband brought freshly harvested artichokes when she came to pick up her new wheels.
2011

2011

The winner of our only three-finalist drawing, Jay of Lakeland, FL, continues to be one of the biggest supporters of our Corvette program.
2010

2010

The day before we announced Cindy from Matthews, NC, as our winner, her husband, Greg, had received his own cancer diagnosis. We’re very happy to report that Greg is doing well today!
2009

2009

Buying a ticket to benefit children was a no-brainer for retired school teacher Richard of Highland, IN.
2008

2008

Tom from Shumway, IL, had always been active helping kids through his local Elks Club, so he was happy to support kids with cancer.
2007

2007

Bob of Daphne, AL, bought his ticket after being inspired by the work of JGCF at Riley Hospital for Children, near his former hometown of Evansville, IN.
2006

2006

The first year of the Corvette program, 75-year-old Norma of Woodland, CA, was our winner. Norma didn’t have a driver’s license, so Jeff gave her husband the rundown.

Survivor story

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.