December 06, 2012

The Los Angeles Black Porsche Club will host its 17th Annual Toy Run to benefit underprivileged and homeless children in the city of Compton.  Hundreds of members of Los Angeles’ oldest African-American Porsche driver’s club will gather Sunday, December 9, at 10 A.M. at the Chester Washington Golf Course located at 1930 West 120th Street in Los Angeles where they will continue to collect donations and toys.  At 11 A.M., the club will receive a motorcycle escort from the Los Angeles Rare Breed Motorcycle Club to Compton’s Shields for Families Center located at 1315 North Bullis Road, where they will handout the toys and gifts. On Saturday, the Club will join the Los Angeles Urban League Headstart program for a free backpack holiday giveaway for preschool aged students.  The event will take place at 11 A.M. at 7812 South Broadway in South Los Angeles.

For more information, please call club president, Russell Wright (562) 217-7641.

Category: Community

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