A non-profit charitable organization dedicated to providing care packages and relevant services to cancer survivors.
The staff of Classic Cars For the Cure has a heart and passion for those who have been impacted by cancer. We are dedicated to providing hope and encouragement for persons struggling with an ongoing illness of cancer. Our volunteers join our efforts in provide people undergoing cancer treatment and their families with practical help, as well as doses of inspiration and hope.
Classic Cars for the Cure was established following the death of the founders’ relative Lawanda Nute from a rare form of breast cancer. The family rallied together to help provide emotional and practical support for their loved one. Yet they found that there were others with cancer who did not have the kind of support needed to provide a comfortable quality of life throughout the illness. The resources, time and commitment it takes to care for those who are dying are not available to everyone, and those family members who are able to provide that support often need help. For several years, Michael Nute, co-founder of Classic Cars for the Cure with his wife, Paula, has appreciated vintage cars – restoring his own classic vehicles and attending shows which highlight the history and artistry behind “old cars.” As a member of a car club, Michael knows that public interest in the classics is tremendous. Classic Cars for the Cure combines the interest in classic cars with a desire to help others.
Classic Cars for the Cure is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to providing care packages and relevant services to those affected by cancer. These services are available free of charge to qualifying applicants.
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