Charities Supported By Lucky Dog Racing

Lucky Dog Racing's main charity of choice is Victory Junction Gang which is a camp that enriches the lives of children with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses by providing life-changing camping experiences that are exciting, fun, and empowering, in a safe and medically sound environment. Its doors opened in June 2004. It was founded by Kyle and Patty Petty in honor of their son Adam Petty who was tragically killed in a racing incident in 2000.

If you would like to donate, please visit their site. If you list Lucky Dog Racing as the company you are donating on behalf, we will list your contribution below.

Amount donated to Victory Junction: $757.00

$25.00 - Donated by Lou Demian on 1/25/07.

$20.00 - Donated by Larry Scroggins on 2/25/07

$20.00 - Donated by Matt Sealey on 2/25/07

$10.00 - Donated by Lou Demian on 2/25/07

$20.00 - Donated by Matt Sealey on 4/29/07

$50.00 - Donated by Daniel Schmittou on 4/29/07

$25.00 - Donated by Dean Higley on 7/10/07

$25.00 - Donted by Lou Demian on 7/10/07

$20.00 - Donated by Matt Sealey on 7/10/07

$40.00 - Donated by Leon Baker on 7/10/07

$22.00 - Donated by Larry Scroggins on 7/10/07

$200.00 - Donated by Marvin Jones on 7/11/07

$200.00 - Donated by Marvin Jones on 2/8/08

$20.00 - Donated by Lou Demian on 2/17/08

$60.00 - Donated by Larry Scroggins on 5/30/08

If you choose not to give to this charity but would like to support another, please visit any of the other worthwhile charities listed below.

The NASCAR Foundation

The NASCAR Foundation embodies the compassion of the NASCAR Family and our commitment to serving communities. The Foundation supports a wide range of charitable initiatives that reflect the core values of the entire NASCAR Family. The NASCAR Foundation will use the strength of the sport and its people to make a difference in the lives of people who need it most.
Speedway Children's Charities

Speedway Children's Charities provides funds to organizations that meet the direct needs of children. From mentoring programs to camps for special needs children, we best affect children's lives by supporting organizations that work tirelessly to see that children's needs are met and that no child is left behind regardless of illness, social environment, or disability.
The Dale Earnhardt Foundation

The Dale Earnhardt Foundation's mission is to "continue the legend" through charitable grants that sustain Dale's lifelong commitment to Education, Children and Environment/Wildlife Preservation.
The Jeff Gordon Foundation

Children and families are the heart and hope of our future. Each child is special and deserves every opportunity for a safe and healthy life. The Jeff Gordon Foundation is dedicated to help support the physical, social and intellectual needs of children and their families throughout the United States. By awarding grants to needy and worthy causes, The Foundation will benefit organizations that reflect the values and concerns of Jeff Gordon.
The Dale Jarrett Foundation

The Dale Jarrett Foundation, formed by Dale and Kelley Jarrett in February of 2002, is dedicated to assisting charitable causes primarily in the Catawba Valley of Western North Carolina, as well as other North Carolina and national charities. The Dale Jarrett Foundation will provide contributions and grants for the religious, physical, social and educational needs of children and families trying to cope in today's society.
The Greg Biffle Foundation

The aim of The Greg Biffle Foundation for Animals is to create awareness and serve as advocates to improve the well-being of animals by engaging the power and passion of the motorsports industry.
The Green Foundation

Founded in 2002 by Jeff and Mark Green, The Green Foundation is a comprehensive, not-for-profit public 501(c)(3) charitable corporation established to assist individuals with severe injuries and other tax-exempt organizations that support one of the following three major areas: Those that nurture and inspire at-risk youths to pursue their dreams through the development of leadership skills, intellectual abilities, positive attitudes and family values. Organizations that involve motorsports such as those that support drivers with severe head and other injuries. Those that involve children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses.
The Hendrick Marrow Program

Founded in 1997 in partnership with the Marrow Foundation and the National Marrow Donor Program, the program educates the public about marrow donation and raises money to add volunteers to the NMDP Registry and helps cover patient expenses.
The Jimmie Johnson Foundation

The Jimmie Johnson Foundation is dedicated to assisting children, families and communities in need throughout the United States. By Donating to needy and worthy causes, the foundation strives to help everyone, particularly children, pursue their dreams.
The Kasey Kahne Foundation

The Kasey Kahne Foundation raises and donates funds to charitable organizations that care for chronically ill children and their families. It is also committed to positive cultural change by focusing on diversity awareness and giving underprivileged boys and girls ample opportunities for success.
The Kurt Busch Foundation

The mission of the Kurt Busch Foundation is to lend meaningful support for the betterment of organizations positively involved in the areas of health care, education, career training, and rehabilitation as well as provide assistance to individuals who demonstrate need in these important areas of personal development.
The Kenny Irwin Jr. Memorial Foundation

The Kenny Irwin Jr. Memorial Foundation and the Dare to Dream Camp was created to honor the life of the late NASCAR driver Kenny Irwin Jr. and to enrich the lives of underprivileged, at-risk, neglected and abused children by providing recreational opportunities and mentoring at this one-of-a-kind, racing-themed camp.
The Ryan Newman Foundation

The mission of the Ryan Newman Foundation is to educate and encourage people to spay/neuter their pets and to adopt dogs and cats from animal shelters; to educate children and adults about the importance of conservation so the beauty of the great outdoors can be appreciated by future generations; and to provide college scholarship funding through the Rich Vogler Scholarship program to students interested in auto racing careers.
Kyle Petty Charity Ride

Kyle Petty combined his passion for helping others and a love of motorcycles to create the annual Chick-fil-A Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America. This annual trek features NASCAR celebrities, sponsors and fans traveling cross-country to raise money for Victory Junction Gang Camp and other children's charities. logged over 42,000 miles and donated more than $8 million in 11 years.
Randy Dorton Memorial Fund

The Randy A. Dorton Memorial Fund has been established by Dianne Dorton, the Dorton family, friends and peers to raise funds for a variety of charitable organizations that embrace Randy�s philosophies on �sharing knowledge�. The initial focus for the Fund will be on scholarships for promising engine builders who meet the criteria as established by the NASCAR Technical Institute and the Dorton Scholarship Fund committee.
Ricky Craven Snowmobile Ride for Charity

The Ricky Craven Snowmobile Ride for Charity is a non-profit that raises money for five charities through a one-day event. The Ride offers participants time with Ricky, and encourages participants to reflect on those that benefit for the supported charities.
The Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation

WBWF's mission is to conserve America's land and wildlife through wise stewardship while educating children and adults about the natural resources that will shape America�s future. The Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation is a fast growing education-oriented organization dedicated to promoting an awareness for the need of wildlife conservation, habitat enhancement, and proper stewardship of America's natural resources. The foundation is dedicated to preserving the natural environment for future generations.
All American Soap Box Derby

The mission of the All-American Soap Box Derby is to educate and inspire youth through fair and honest competition and mentorship. With a primary goal to advance family values, the AASBD provides an environment in which parents or other adults work hands-on with racers to instill basic skills of workmanship, the spirit of competition, and the perseverance to complete a project from start to finish.

Speediatrics is a NASCAR-themed pediatric unit at Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Florida and Homestead Hospital in Miami, Florida. In surroundings designed by NASCAR First Lady Betty Jane France, with modern equipment and a top-flight staff, youngsters literally race to the finish line of recovery in a fun-filled facility that's often visited by top NASCAR drivers.
Ernie Irvan Race 2 Safety Foundation

Race 2 Safety was formed in 2004 to make a positive difference in the lives of men, women and children across America by informing and educating them about the latest transportation-related head protection equipment and technologies and actively promoting the everyday use of such equipment. Race 2 Safety works closely with safety equipment manufacturers, head injury prevention and treatment associations, as well as state and federal transportation safety organizations to help dramatically reduce the number of transportation-related traumatic brain injuries that occur every year.
Motor Racing Outreach

To introduce the racing community to a personal faith in Christ, to growth in Christlikeness, and to active involvement in the church through relationships that provide care in times of stress, knowledge of God's word, and assistance in the development of leadership skills.
Terry Labonte Roam For A Home Foundation

The Roam For A Home Foundation was founded in Corpus Christi, Texas in 2001 for the purpose of developing a motorcycle ride (Roam) for the benefit of the Ronald McDonald House and other Coastal Bend Charities. We wanted to establish an annual event that would raise not only money, but awareness of the Ronald McDonald House "home away from home" message. Terry Labonte is the ride namesake and brings a superstar image to a unique event in Corpus Christi, where Terry grew up. With Terry leading each "Roam," the two-time NASCAR Winston Cup Champion helps focus a bright spotlight on the Ronald McDonald House message.
The Tony Stewart Foundation

Founded in 2003 by NASCAR Winston Cup Champion, Tony Stewart, the principal purposes of the Tony Stewart Foundation are to raise and donate funds to help care for chronically ill children, drivers injured in motorsports activities and to support other charitable organizations in the protection of various animal species. The Tony Stewart Foundation will raise and donate funds to charitable interests, specifically those that support the aforementioned groups.
The Robbie Loomis Foundation

The Robbie Loomis Foundation's assets are children, youth, and communities. Fostering the development of these assets is a public investment. The Robbie Loomis Foundation dedicates resources to effect positive change in individuals and communities, with a strong focus on programs promoting educational involvement; strengthening families and communities; and reducing juvenile troubles and alienation. The public, not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) foundation awards need-based grants and scholarships that reflect Robbie Loomis's values as well as his passion for excellence through teamwork. Investing in children, youth, and communities is the most reliable investment we can make.

17 Feb 2004
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