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Charity & LCCC


Since the clubs founding in 1978 LCCC, has in addition to Corvette related activities, been committed to providing support to selected charities as well as being involved in local community activities. When the club was founded, a commitment was made to identify charities that the club would support through its activities. Each year the club selects and votes on the charity to be supported that year, with the emphasis on a charity that provides support in our community. That commitment continues to this day. 

In fact, LCCC passed a half million dollar in donations several years ago and is on its way to the one-million-dollar mark. In addition to direct financial support to the selected charity, each year our club through its Christmas Angels project selects families for which we provide gifts and needed household supplies.

LCCC is proud of its charitable and community involvement and has been recognized twice by being awarded the Eagle One Community Service Award for the Northeast Region. NCCC recognized LCCC with the Roger Clancy Humanitarian Award in 2020 and 2022.

NCCC recognized LCCC with the Roger Clancy Humanitarian Award for our charitable efforts in 2020 and 2022.

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LCCC Makes Year-end Donation to Clare House

At the club's December General Meeting and Annual Christmas Dinner, Clare House was presented a check for $5,500. The money came from the club's fundraising efforts outside of the annual raffle car. In addition, the club added another $2,200 that support its Annual Christmas Angels project that supplies needed gifts to current residents at Clare House during the holidays.

In photo above, Clyde Mooney, LCCC Govenor (left) and Kurt Steidle, LCCC President (right) present a check to Sarah Popovich, Clare House Board of Directors President (second from left) and Mandy Richardson, Clare House Executive Director.

LCCC Donates Proceeds From 2023 Raffle Car

In the photo above left, Mandy Richardson, Executive Director of Clare House of Lancaster receives the club's donation of $37,500 from LCCC Governor Clyde Mooney and LCCC President Kurt Steidle. In the photo above right, Andy Saft, CMAF Executive Board Member receives their donation of $36,500.

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