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We are in the process of becoming a 501C3 Non-Profit Foundation helping children and families facing serious and terminal illness! Cars Racin' For A Dream has been a slogan that Kim Scheffler has used for years when signing autographs for fans. When asked "What is the dream?" Kim would reply "To use my racing to help others." To visit their website, Click here!

Shriners Hospitals for Children will be the unquestioned leader, nationally and internationally, in caring for children and advancing the field in its specialty areas. To visit their website, Click here!

Sunshine Foundation's sole purpose is to answer the dreams of chronically ill, seriously ill, physically challenged and abused children, ages three to eighteen, whose families cannot fulfill their requests due to the financial strain that child's illness may cause. To visit their website, Click here!

Anchor House is a Christian ministry located in Polk County, Florida committed to reaching boys in crisis. To visit their website, Click here!

As Tampa’s only dedicated children’s hospital, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital is designed to meet the unique needs of children and their families by providing high-tech pediatric health care in a family-centered, child-friendly environment. Part of the BayCare Health System, St. Joseph's Children's Hospital is the third largest children’s hospital in Florida, providing more acute medical and surgical pediatric care than all other hospitals in Hillsborough County. To visit their website, Click here!

The Curing Cancer Charity Challenge is an annual golf tournament, held each fall at Providence Golf Club in Davenport, FL. “We used to hold all sorts of fundraisers throughout the year to raise money for the American Cancer Society, some definitely more successful than others,” Fellows said. “We started trying to brainstorm as to what we could do to turn those into one big fundraiser. That’s when the Curing Cancer Charity Challenge golf tournament was born.” The 2014 event marks the fourth year for the annual event, which draws golfers and sponsors from several states. The 2013 effort tallied a $15,000 donation to the American Cancer Society for the fight against cancer.

Davenport Fights Back, Inc. is the philanthropic faction of Fellows Trucking Group. “God has blessed our family and our businesses time and time again over the years,” said Davenport Fights Back President Sue Fellows. “We believe that it’s our obligation to pay that forward, and we take that obligation very seriously. Likewise, this community has been good to us – we’ve raised our kids here, and they’ve raised their kids here – we want to support our community to ensure that today’s children have the same opportunities that our kids had. Somebody paid it forward then – now it’s our turn.” One way that they’ve been able to do that is through Davenport Fights Back, Inc., the non-profit company that the family founded to raise money for the American Cancer Society. To visit their website, Click here!