Guardian Angel Motorsports (GAM) is a charitable organization that to date has been a small group of like minded racers that have raised money and awareness for several children’s charities and individual kids in need. We’ve banded together and combined our determination to help children with our passion for motorsports. We harness the power and excitement of motorsports to raise awareness for child-related causes. In the past several years combined we’ve donated over $300,000 to children’s charities. That amount wasn’t just raised—it was donated. Which we’re very proud of. But we want to give much much more. We realize that to give more, we need to grow more. Guardian Angel Motorsports has a 501c3 tax exempt nonprofit status with the IRS. We want to grow our efforts and donate money to both charities and individuals that are in need (learn more).
So please help our cause, and help us become the guardian angel these kids deserve.
Our mission is to use motorsports to raise public awareness and funds for children who suffer from severe illness or abuse and to provide monetary support to improve the quality of their lives. Some of these stories break your heart. And if these kids have made it to our website, they don’t have the help they need. They need more. They need a Guardian Angel. NASCAR has 72 million fans. What if we could get half of those fans to give just $1? Now that would be the real victory. We’re not trying to change the world. Just change the world for these kids who have overwhelming challenges.
My son Colin was one of the reasons we started Guardian Angel Motorsports (GAM). Colin has global chromosomal developmental delays due to a translocation of his 4th and 8th chromosome. Basically, he has a disorder that affects his brain development. So he isn’t like the other kids. I’ve felt so powerless about the situation, that I used my professional wealth advisory skill set to create GAM with Dave Quinlan and Tom Sheehan to raise awareness for Colin and other kids that need a helping hand—no matter what their disabilities, diseases or challenges. Because these situations are incredibly difficult for a child and his or her family to face alone. The child and the family need help. Even if it’s just awareness and a little understanding.
Would you consider being a guardian angel and donating to one of these children’s charities?
Sincerely, Bruce Ledoux