Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Coupe

Corvette
for a Cure

You could win Jeff Gordon’s personal Corvette and up to $15,000 cash!*

Corvette
for a Cure

You could win Jeff Gordon’s personal Corvette and up to $15,000 cash!*

The car

2019 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Coupe

  • Sticker price: $80,305
  • Aluminum 6.2 Liter LT1 Engine
  • Rated at 460 Horsepower and 465 lb.-ft. of Torque
  • 7-Speed Manual Transmission with Active Rev Matching
  • 0-60 Performance of 3.6 Seconds
  • Watkins Glen Grey Metallic Exterior with Torch Red Fender Hash Marks

Additional specs

  • Grand Sport Performance Package: Performance Suspension, Magnetic Ride Control, Slotted Brake Rotors, Electronic Limited Slip Differential, Black Aluminum Wheels (19” Front, 20” Rear), Summer Only Run-Flat Tires, Rear Differential Cooler, Multi-Mode Performance Exhaust, Performance Gear Ratios, Dry Sump Oil System
  • 2LT Package: Heated/Ventilated Seats, Seat Badges, Premium Audio with Surround, Advanced Theft Deterrent System, Head-Up Display, Curb View Front Cameras, Carbon Flash Painted Ground Effects Package, Performance Data & Video Recorder with Navigation, Body Color Exterior Vents, Carbon Fiber Interior Package, Grand Sport Heritage Package
  • Jet Black Interior, Rear Vision Camera, 8-Way Power Adjustable Leather GT Bucket Seats, Dual Zone Climate Control, Driver Information Center, Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel, Keyless Open/Start, Premium Infotainment 8” Bose Audio Color Touch Screen, 4G LTE Wi-Fi Capable, Custom Red Seat Belts
  • Removeable Carbon Fiber Roof Panel Painted Watkins Glen Grey Metallic, Carbon Fiber Hood, Rear Spoiler, Front Splitter, Side Rocker Extensions, Custom Red Brake Calipers, Carbon Flash Badge Package

The Cause

Jeff Gordon in the hospital with pediatric cancer survivor

13 YEARS | $8 MILLION

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 $8 million for pediatric cancer research, and helped open the Jeff Gordon Children’s Hospital and the Butaro Cancer Center of Excellence.

The Prizes

Get your Corvette for a Cure tickets early and you’ll also be entered to win up to $15,000 cash!*

See which drawings you’re eligible for based on your ticket purchase date below.

  • May 4 to 18

    • Corvette drawing
    • Three $5,000 cash drawings

  • May 19 to June 1

    • Corvette drawing
    • Two $5,000 cash drawings

  • June 2 to 15

    • Corvette drawing
    • One $5,000 cash drawings

  • June 16 to July 1

    • Corvette drawing

*Jeff Gordon is personally donating his Corvette and $15,000 cash for this program. All federal taxes will be paid on all prizes. Click here to download complete rules.

2019 winners

Stage 1 cash drawing winner:
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Stage 2 cash drawing winner:
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Past winners

Cash prize winners

2018

2018

Stage 1 cash drawing winner:
Chris from Rockport, TX
2018

2018

Stage 2 cash drawing winner:
Pat from Houston, TX

2018

2018

Stage 3 cash drawing winner:
Randy from Pine Ridge, FL
2017

2017

Stage 1 cash drawing winner: Alan from Windermere, FL
2017

2017

Stage 2 cash drawing winner: Bob from Powell, OH
2017

2017

Stage 3 cash drawing winner: Kevin from Trafalgar, IN

Corvette winners

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. She was so surprised that she didn’t even believe it was him! Watch the call unfold in the above video.

2017

2017

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

2016

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

2015

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

2014

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

2013

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

2012

Paula Heath 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 Nadal of Lakeland, FL, continues to be one of the biggest supporters of our Corvette program.
2010

2010

The day before we announced Cindy McCotter 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 Sivulich of Highland, IN.
2008

2008

Tom Zacha 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 Marian 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 Callis of Woodland, CA, was our winner. Norma didn’t have a driver’s license, so Jeff gave her husband the rundown.

Survivor story

Childhood cancer survivor, Lila
Childhood cancer survivor, Lila, with Jeff Gordon
Childhood cancer survivor, Lila, with Jeff Gordon

We met Lila in Phoenix, AZ, in January 2019 when she and her family agreed to be JGCF’s “childhood cancer ambassadors” at the renowned Barrett-Jackson auto auction. Jeff was there to sell his 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Special Edition to raise money for the Foundation, and Lila rode in style with Jeff right onto the auction stage. (Though she later pointed out that this wasn’t her first ride in a sleek, black sports car — she had already been taken for a spin in the Batmobile! We think even Jeff was impressed.)

Lila was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) less than two years ago when she was 9 years old. While her journey hasn’t been easy for her or her family, “Team Lila” is thrilled to share that she is currently in the maintenance phase of her treatment with one more year to go.

“If I follow the rules with the pills my cure rate is 95%, so hopefully next March I will be done with treatment!” –Lila

Thanks to Lila, Jeff, and the unbelievable generosity of not one, but two bidders at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale – Jeff’s 2016 Z06 generated a whopping $600,000 for childhood cancer research!

Lila’s right that ALL has a 95% cure rate, but it wasn’t always that way. In the 1950s leukemia was a death sentence for children. Most kids lived only eight weeks after being diagnosed and 99% percent of them died within a year. So how have we come so close to flipping the mortality rate into a survival rate within the span of an average lifetime? Dedicated researchers and physicians whose theories and studies were funded and advanced by people just like you.

That’s the power of your $100 Corvette ticket. And that’s the power of engaging a community in the race against what is still the No. 1 cause of death by disease for kids. Thankfully, Lila’s story will likely have a happy ending. But there are many more childhood cancers with much lower rates of survival, and at least one that no child has yet survived.

Your chance is their chance.