#Giving Tuesday: Please Support the MSHFA

Thu, Dec 21, 2023 at 9:20PM

#Giving Tuesday: Please Support the MSHFA


#GivingTuesday 2023 is here, and we would be grateful for your kind support of the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America

.Our 2023 Annual Fund campaign is off to a good start, but we only have a limited time to meet our goal this year and you can help now.

With your #GivingTuesday donation, you will support and be part of our mission - as the Hall of Fame of ALL Motorsports - in preserving the legacy, history and memory of the nearly 300 "Heroes of Horsepower" enshrined in the last 35 years. 



Your support allows the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America to continue telling the story of American motorsports to current and - through our SPARK student education program that guides high school, trade school and college-age kids to careers in motorsports - future generations.

Thank you to everyone who supported us this year. If you're willing to give one more time, please know that every dollar makes a difference and, as a 501(c)3 organization, is tax deductible.

Now, more than ever, we need the support of our loyal friends and fans, and we thank you in advance for your kind donations



The Motorsports Hall of Fame of America is on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MotorsportsHOF/ and Instagram and Twitter at @MotorsportsHOF. Learn more at www.mshf.com.

About the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America: The MSHFA is the only hall that honors all major American motorsports: cars, motorcycles, airplanes, off road and powerboats. Its mission is to celebrate and instill the American motorsports values of leadership, creativity, originality, teamwork and spirit of competition. Founded by Larry G. Ciancio and led by first President Ronald A. Watson, it held its first induction in 1989. Watson spent the next 30 years tirelessly building it into the nation’s premier such hall until his passing in 2019. Originally based in Novi, Mich., it relocated to Daytona Beach, Fla., in 2016 and greets close to 150,000 guests a year in its museum. MSHFA is operated by the nonprofit Motorsports Museum and Hall of Fame of America Foundation, Inc.




Adam Saal


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