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Event Dates: April 26, 2014 - April 26, 2014 Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Living Streams Church hosts its next Car Show event to be held on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM at 7000 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ.
This free-to-attend, Family Friendly Car Show brings in a variety of cars: Classics, Antiques, Muscle, Exotics and Tricked-Out cars at our visible location at the corner of Central & Glendale.
"This will be our 4th event and it's a unique car show with something fun for the entire family” says Kurt Cotter, the event coordinator. Kids can enjoy the playground, bounce-house and snow cones for free. Enjoy live music, and a Bar-B-Que hamburger or hot dog lunch with chips and a drink for only $3. We ask that all attendees bring at least one can of food for the Living Streams Church Food Bank.
“This event is a great way to bring awareness about the service provided by The Respite Shelter for Homeless Men who are in need of a place to recover after surgery or to provide them with the support and services they need", says Cotter. “Let’s have some fun, check out some cool cars and all for a good cause!”
If you plan on entering your vehicle in the show, the event entry fee is $20 per car plus some canned food for the Living Streams Food Bank. For car show participants there are 15 nice trophies to be given out and each car registered will receive a car-care goody-bag.
All proceeds collected at this event will benefit the Respite Shelter for Homeless Men, an Arizona 501c3 nonprofit organization. All canned food collected at this event will go to the Living Streams Food Bank.
The Respite Shelter is still the only shelter of its kind in Arizona and one of only a handful in the entire country. At the Respite Shelter, lives continue to be turned around; some have been able to avoid slipping into first-time homelessness. The Respite Shelter receives referrals from social workers at every hospital in the greater Phoenix area, and from a few other medical sources. Paid staff and volunteers work together, cooperating with Food Stamp Services, Department of Economic Security, AHCCCS, Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS), and a variety of other public service agencies to provide much needed support and services to the men in our shelter. For more information visit www.respiteshelter.org
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