When we ran our ‘Car For A Cure’ end of year raffle in December… we never imagined it would end up like this!
Steve Amedeo was our winner. And the funny thing is, he had no idea what he was buying raffle tickets for. Steve simply wanted to support our year-end campaign and became the winner of a 2-year lease of a 2018 Platinum Edition Nissan Murano donated by Modern Nissan of Lake Norman. If you don’t know Steve, you should. He is the Co-Founder of an amazing organization, All-In to Fight Cancer. This organization was created in honor of his friend Rob Eubanks who passed away from cancer.
Who says karma isn’t a real thing?
After he won, Steve started making some phone calls. He didn’t need the car for himself, but wanted to figure out how the Charlotte cancer community could benefit from Modern Nissan of Lake Norman’s generosity. We are thrilled that the donated 2-year lease has been gifted to ChemoCars who will use the The Isabella Santos Foundation ‘Car For A Cure’ to provide local cancer patients with free on-demand rides to and from chemotherapy. TOGETHER, we are driven to support our local cancer community. For more info about the work ChemoCars is doing here in Charlotte, visit https://chemocars.org/
This is action. Good people making things happen in our Queen City.
Founded in 2010, All-In to Fight Cancer is a grassroots, nonprofit group dedicated to increasing public awareness and raising money to find a cure for cancer, by hosting Texas Hold’em tournaments. To date, they have raised over $1,000,000 to support the fight against cancer. Each year, they choose benefitting organizations that are doing incredible things in the local cancer community. They are a grassroots organization that is committed to keeping their funding local and as high-impact as possible – every penny of our proceeds goes straight to our partners.
Each year, they choose benefitting organizations that are doing incredible things in the local cancer community. They are a grassroots organization that is committed to keeping their funding local and as high-impact as possible – every penny of their proceeds goes straight to their partners. Last year, their tournament raised almost $300,000!