Our passion for cars brings us all over the world. Drive for Good wants to share this passion! We organise many events where we combine our passion to drive together with purpose of raising money.
Turn for Good is a fundraising initiative for the Give for Good Foundation. We are proud to announce that a portion of each ticket that is sold at the Cape Wheel and the Wheel of Brisbane will go to the Give for good foundation.
About Give for Good
The Give for Good Foundation raises funds that it donates to organizations that try to make the world a better place. Organizations that the Give for Good Foundation supports are:
Save the Children
Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. Around the world, they give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. The Save the Children Foundation does whatever it takes for children - every day and in times of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share.
In 2017, the Save the Children Foundation reached over 49 million children directly though their and their partner’s work.
Laureus Sport for Good
Laureus wants to use the power of sport to tackle social problems. Laureus supports projects in which sport is used as an instrument for making social changes. These projects focus on the youth, especially in the field of young people with disabilities, young people in disadvantaged areas, girls and integration. These are projects that are supported for several years in succession, so that social changes can actually be realized.
Wings for Life
Wings for Life was founded in July 2004 by Heinz Kinigadner and Dietrich Mateschitz, one year after the tragic accident of Hannes Kinigadner. The goal of Wings for Life is very clear: they want to make spinal cord injury curable. Wings for Life is a not-for-profit spinal cord research foundation. It is their mission to find a cure for spinal cord injury. They fund world-class scientific research and clinical trails around the globe aimed at healing the inured spinal cord.
Visiting the kids in the townships of South Africa!