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THE MEMBERS

Since 1995 The members of The Corvette Club of Delaware Valley have donated their time and money to raffle off a Corvette with the proceeds to go to different charities.  

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At these events Members will sell raffle tickets to enhance the volume of the donations to many  charities.

 Our monthly Cruise Nights, Cavalcade of Corvettes, A Day At The  Beach Corvette Style, Corvettes at Carisle.

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In 2018 The Corvette Club of Delaware Valley donated over $50,000 dollars to several charities

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About Us

The Corvette Enthusiasts Community Foundation is a charitable organization that grew out of the Corvette Club of Delaware Valley. For decades the CCDV has been holding the Cavalcade of Corvettes and donating the proceeds to the Sunshine Foundation and Juvenile Diabetes. As the club grew, so did the donations. In 1994 when the club decided to raffle off  Corvettes for charity, the CECF was created.  We've given away a Corvette every year since (23 and counting) then and donated the proceeds to various public charities and less fortunate individuals in our community.   Since it was founded the CECF has raised over $500,000 for charitable organizations who support many people who are less fortunate.

CECF is a registered charitable organization in the state of Pennsylvania and is authorized to receive tax deductible contributions by the Internal Revenue Service.

Remember, the cost of your ticket is considered a tax deductible contribution! We are proud of what we have accomplished thus far and hope we can do even more in the future, so please help us succeed by supporting the corvette raffle.Click here to add a brief description of one your services or programs.

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What We Do

Corvette Club of Delaware Valley distributes $20K in grants
Originally posted to MontgomeryNews.com on Mar 7, 2018

To fulfill the dreams of children with chronic illnesses or physical disabilities.

The foundation recently announced its 2017 grants totaling $20,000 during a meeting of the Corvette Club of Delaware Valley at the Benjamin H. Wilson Senior Activity Center in Warminster.

Members of the Corvette Club of Delaware Valley and the board of the CECF work each year to raise funds to support worthy local nonprofit organizations that improve the lives of many local families throughout Bucks and Montgomery counties. Other programs receiving grants include Access Services Inc. in Fort Washington for its Youth Outdoor Expedition Camp and the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.Click here to add a brief description of one your services or programs.

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