Dear Friends of the Dr. George Charity Car Show,
As most of you know, the 2022 Show had to be cancelled due to COVID restrictions on the site. It was a great disappointment for our whole team and the participants and spectators alike. However, due to the generosity of sponsors, participants and vendors, a check for $18,000 was presented to the Desert Cancer Foundation in March. Though it was far short of our goal, it still provided approximately $180,000 in cancer care for victims of cancer in our Valley who otherwise would not have been able to afford their lifesaving treatment. Thanks to all who generously donated their fees.
We are now focused on the February 11, 2023 Show. IT WILL GO ON! We can not stand the thought of missing 3 years in a row, so we will have a show. Check back on this site for more information as we draw nearer.
The annual Dr. George Charity Car Show is one of the preeminent car shows in the Coachella Valley. On display are cars, trucks and motorcycles from all over the country. It is held at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden on the grass in the sun. All proceeds benefit the Desert Cancer Foundation.
There will be a raffle, silent auction and live entertainment plus special events to entertain children. On site will be various food and specialty vendors, all intended to make your visit enjoyable and fun for the entire family.
Entrants are limited to 1,100 registered vehicles and you must pre-register.
The Desert Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting residents in the Coachella Valley and surrounding communities who need financial assistance in obtaining screening, diagnosis, and treatment for cancer and allied diseases. Desert Cancer Foundation (DCF), a California 501(c)3 corporation, was founded in 1994 to pay for cancer treatment of residents who lack health insurance or sufficient funds to pay for their medical care by our founders, Dr. Sebastian George and Art & Cory Teichner.
Since its inception, the Desert Cancer Foundation has paid for cancer-related screening, diagnosis, and treatment valued at more than $82.4 million dollars. Furthermore, Desert Cancer Foundation has served more than 8,000 residents in the Coachella Valley and surrounding communities.
To learn more about the Desert Cancer Foundation please visit their website at: www.desertcancerfoundation.org