For the second consecutive year, Barrett-Jackson is hosting a toy drive with Reach Out WorldWide to benefit Childhelp.
Donors and automotive enthusiasts attending FuelFest Saturday, Dec. 9, at WestWorld of Scottsdale, 16601 N. Pima Road, may visit the Barrett-Jackson display to donate a new, unopened and unwrapped toy that will go directly to Childhelp to assist in providing children in need with gifts during the holiday season. All toys collected will be delivered to the Childhelp Children’s Center of Arizona.
In addition to toys, donors may contribute financially towards the Barrett-Jackson Toy Drive benefiting Childhelp, a nonprofit organization dedicated to meeting the physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children.
Toy donations may also be dropped off at Barrett-Jackson’s corporate headquarters, 15555 N. 79th Place, through Dec. 15. Guests are asked to drop off new toys in the donation bins located in the main lobby.
Partnering with Barrett-Jackson for this holiday toy drive is Reach Out WorldWide, a disaster relief nonprofit organization founded by Paul Walker in 2010 that augments local expertise when natural disasters strike around the world by providing support with first responders and other professionals in the medical and construction related fields.
Walker’s brother, Cody Walker, is the CEO of Reach Out WorldWide and the co-founder of FuelFest, a global event that blends the enthusiast’s passion for the automotive world with live music and racing. As is the case with all FuelFest events, including the Dec. 9 event in Scottsdale, a portion of the proceeds will benefit Reach Out WorldWide.
Event information, car registration and tickets for FuelFest can be found at FuelFest.com/Scottsdale.
Visit barrett-jackson.com or call 480-421-6694 for more information.