Chrysler Group’s California Business Center and FIAT have joined together with the local car community and the nonprofit Motor4Toys for the 11th annual Motor4Toys Charity Car Show and Toy Drive. The event was held on December 7, 2014, with more than 5,000 vehicles on display.
The event is part of the Supercar Sunday, which is a weekly gathering that occurs in Woodland Hills, California. Fans can see everything from supercars to hot rods and even everyday cars at the charity event. Admission is free and only requires one unwrapped toy that has a value of at least $10 as a donation.
All of the toys that were received from this event were given to local southern California charities to hand out to kids during the holiday season. The numbers for this event have not been released, but the hope was to surpass last year’s total of more than 49,000 toys. The goal was set at 60,000 for 2014.
Chrysler proves that it is focused on more than just manufacturing and selling vehicles. The Motor4Toys Charity Car Show and Toy Drive is just another way that the company proves its dedication to the communities that it is a part of.