The Chase Elliott Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support and financial assistance to well-qualified charitable organizations with an emphasis on helping others live healthier, happier lives.
For each pole Chase won during the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the CEF made a $1,000 donation to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta to support Not Your Average Summer Camps. Every summer, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta partners with Camp Twin Lakes to host camps for kids with unique medical and physical needs. The camps give attendees— kids with heart defects, missing limbs, transplanted organs, seizure disorders, craniofacial conditions, autism—a chance to feel “normal,” even if just for a week or a weekend. For more information on camps, visit CHOA.org/camps.
From Dec. 1-24, the Chase Elliott Foundation auctioned off 24 special items and experiences for the 24 days leading up to Christmas to benefit the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Each day from Dec. 1-24, a new auction item or experience was added to the holiday online auctions offered by The NASCAR Foundation. Starting the campaign off on Dec. 1 was a VIP Experience at the 2017 Daytona 500, which included All-Access NASCAR Garage Passes and a Meet & Greet with Chase Elliott. Other items and experiences that went up for auction over the 24 days during this holiday season, included more at-track VIP experiences, signed memorabilia, and exclusive social media posts. All proceeds from the 24 auctions will go to support the summer camp programs offered by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.