Making a Child’s Christmas Brighter

RTP club members have generous hearts and went all out to help make Christmas brighter for children in Wake County. RTP, in partnership with the Salvation Army of Wake County, sponsored a toy drive for children of all ages. Club members, along with Hendrick’s GM Southpoint and car enthusiasts at the monthly Wake Forest and Morrisville cars and coffees, donated a truck load of toys to the Salvation Army Toy Shop. Thanks to Ron Kirby for coordinating our participation with the Salvation Army. And most of all, thanks to all our members and fellow donors for being Santa’s helpers to make a child’s Christmas magical. Merry Christmas and warm wishes to all!

Rick, Promoter of Wake Forest Cars and Coffee with a truckload of toys collected

Rick, Promoter of Wake Forest Cars and Coffee with a truckload of toys collected

Future RTP Club President, Mary Alexion, with Cars and Coffee Promoter and Lizzie Adams of Salvation Army

Future RTP Club President, Mary Alexion, with Cars and Coffee Promoter and Lizzie Adams of Salvation Army

Brad, Promoter of Morrisville Cars and Coffee with Lizzie from the Salvation Army

Brad, Promoter of Morrisville Cars and Coffee with Lizzie from the Salvation Army

Lizzie Adams of Salvation Army, Ed Cambden of Hendrick Southpoint and Fred Blinne Current President RTP Corvettes

Lizzie Adams of Salvation Army, Ed Cambden of Hendrick Southpoint and Fred Blinne Current President RTP Corvettes