By SEMA Editors
Established in 2007, SEMA Cares steers the same dedication and passion our membership has for automotive endeavors to helping children and others in need. SEMA Cares Chairman Melanie White is now handing the reins over to Kathryn Reinhardt. As the new chairman, Reinhardt is introducing the Build-At-Home fundraising campaign, a safe way to donate during the pandemic. This new campaign allows the industry to donate to SEMA Cares, and receive a fun project for both kids and adults to enjoy.
By donating to SEMA Cares, the Association is able to significantly improve the lives of many who need it through our contributions to the Austin Hatcher Foundation for pediatric cancer, Childhelp prevention and treatment of child abuse, and the Victory Junction camp for children with serious medical conditions and serious illnesses.
For more information and SEMA Cares, and to purchase a Build-At-Home kit visit www.sema.org/semacares.