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Diamond Rally is an annual luxury and supercar charity fundraiser in support of Make-A-Wish Canada, BC & Yukon Chapter. If you are driving in the Diamond Rally, we invite you to join Team Make-A-Wish to help us raise funds for children facing critical illnesses.
Cumulatively, this event has raised over $370,000 for Make-A-Wish, BC & Yukon.
In 2023, Diamond Rally will see luxury and supercar driver enthusiasts travel from Vancouver to Victoria on Saturday, May 20th on a reserved ferry from Tsawwassen terminal. A full track day is scheduled at Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit on Sunday, May 21st . There will be special events throughout the weekend for rally drivers, including participation in the Victoria Day Parade on Monday, May 22nd. For more details and to register in the rally, please visit: www.diamondrally.com
WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN TEAM mAKE-a-WISH AND HELP US GRANT WISHES.
Make-A-Wish® is the world’s leading children’s wish-granting organization, serving every community across Canada by creating life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.
We still have over 600 children in the BC and Yukon region waiting for their wish to be granted, and we cannot grant those wishes without your help!
Every 20 minutes, a child is diagnosed with a critical illness. Every one of these kids needs a wish to help give them strength and joy. Wishes are more than a nice to have, they are a need to have, and they are an integral part of a child’s treatment journey. Research shows that wishes can help children feel stronger, more energetic, and more willing and able to battle their critical illnesses.
Your support will help us grant wishes like Reid's.
As a Diamond Rally driver supporting Team Make-A-Wish, we suggest a fundraising goal of $2,000 to help grant wishes. For your efforts, you will receive:
Joining Team Make-A-Wish does not include the Diamond Rally entry fee. To be officially registered in the rally, please go to www.diamondrally.com.
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