Sail the North Shore for charity returns at North Van.
Rare and unique vehicles are ready to hit the streets to raise funds for a good cause as part of the largest auto show and cruise on the North Shore.
Do you have a cool car you want to share with the world?
A classic car event on the North Shore is back this year, with rare and unique vehicles ready to hit the streets to raise money for a good cause. Cruise the North Shore for Charity will return to North Vancouver August 20-21 with all proceeds going to the BC Cancer Foundation.
The event will begin on August 20 with a breakfast at the Tomahawk restaurant followed by a cruise through several neighborhoods on the North Shore, ending with a barbecue for the participants. On August 21, the cars will be staged in and around Edgemont Village for a day-long event that will include live entertainment, kids’ activities, unique food options, attendee prizes and a raffle. 50/50.
Cruise the Shore is the North Shore’s largest display of unique collectible cars, hot rods and antiques. Money raised at the event is used to fund BC Cancer’s six world-class research centers and programs. BC Cancer works directly with the North Shore community through the Community Oncology Network, which works with BC health authorities to ensure cancer care across the province meets BC Cancer standards .
High-quality oncology services – including medical oncology specialists, radiation therapy, registered dietitians, patient and family counseling – are provided by community hospitals, including Lions Gate Hospital in North Vancouver.
“This event is a great opportunity to see cars from a wide range of hobbies and have fun for the whole family,” said Cruise the Shore for Charity Society spokesperson Dan London. “It’s also a great way to raise money for treatments for a disease that is expected to affect half of our population.”
Space is limited for participating vehicles, with pre-registration ending July 30. Visit the Cruise the Shore website for more event information or to register a vehicle.