Make a Difference—Volunteer for Next Week's North Carolina Pinewood Build

By SEMA Editors

Washington Redskins running back Chris Thompson (center) attended last month's Pinewood build day at Childhelp in Lignum, Virginia.

Nothing's more satisfying than helping a child in need, and what better way than dedicating some of your personal time to help the wonderful kids from SEMA Cares charities—Childhelp and Victory Junction. The final Pinewood build day will be held June 10, in Randleman, North Carolina, at Victory Junction, and volunteers are needed to assist the kids with building, painting and racing their cars and trucks. 
Some of these Pinewood cars will be auctioned off and raced at the SEMA Installation Gala Friday, July 18, 2014, at 12:00 p.m., at the Sheraton Fairplex Hotel & Convention Center in Pomona, California. Get involved and make a difference in a child's life—volunteer for a SEMA Cares Pinewood build day.  
Proceeds from the races will benefit SEMA Cares charities, including Childhelp and Victory Junction. Childhelp assists abused and neglected children by providing counseling and programs in a safe and secure living environment. Victory Junction provides the camp experience for children with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses who otherwise would not be able to go to camp. Sponsoring a SEMA Cares Pinewood Drag Race car is easy and rewarding. Register now, and help a child in need today.

To volunteer for the Pinewood build day in Randleman, North Carolina, June 10, please e-mail Eric Saltrick at