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Phoenix Program, NASCAR Foundation Celebrate a Healthy Crews’n Healthmobile

Much-needed repairs will keep the Crews'n Healthmobile running smoothly through Phoenix's summers. Left to right: Stu Grant, Goodyear; Dr. Randy Christensen, Phoenix Children's Health Project; Marivi Bryant and Jamie Davis, NASCAR Foundation; Kelly Rigney, Children's Health Fund

Staffers and kids from our Phoenix program had a great time celebrating renovations to the Crews’n Healthmobile at Phoenix International Raceway over the weekend.

The NASCAR Foundation has generously donated $50,000 to fund a new generator and other much-needed repairs. The fixes will help the mobile clinic fulfill its mission of caring for homeless and at-risk children.

The Crews’n Healthmobile was parked on the midway for two hours before the Sprint Cup on Sunday. More than a hundred racing fans toured the mobile clinic. Many also enjoyed taking “selfies” in front of the mobile clinic with cardboard cutouts of famous NASCAR drivers like Danica Patrick .

Staffers and children from the mobile program, joined by representatives from the NASCAR Foundation, enjoyed a behind-the-scenes tour of the track. They visited the starting line, met a couple of NASCAR drivers, learned how pit crews change tires, and peered into racecar engines.

We’re grateful to the NASCAR Foundation and Phoenix International Raceway for a great day – and a better future for Phoenix kids!

Hagen Sears at the starting line.