Victory Lane recently held their first Amazing Wheel Race fundraising event. The event featured an Amazing Race competition, car show, remote control cars, bounce houses, and more. The funds raised will be used to support Victory Lane community events.
Victory Lane is an organization that empowers and equips families of children with special needs to heal through their disability, so their lives together build healthy communities. Comprised of Serving and Victory families, community events provide training to others to minister to families with special needs children in their own community.
The Amazing Wheel Race had an estimated 300 people who attended. Between sponsors, registration revenue, and the silent auction, the event raised $7,000.
“My favorite moment of the event was watching everyone enjoy themselves,” Victory Lane Fundraising Assistant Natasha Hamilton, noted. “We appreciate the support of everyone who came to the event. Every donation will make an impact for our families, especially as we prepare for the first summer camp session that we’ve had in two years.”
To learn more about Victory Lane or how to become involved, visit VictoryLaneCamp.org.