Variety is the spice of driving for charity
THE Variety Creative Car Cruise kicked off at Sandalford Winery last Thursday, with a fleet of classic, muscle, sports and modified cars starting their journey to the Wheatbelt for charity.
The cruise, which attracted 27 cars and 61 participants this year, raises funds for Variety, with participants contributing at least $4000 to help sick and disadvantaged kids.
Variety WA general manager Phil Croot said over the past eight years the cruise had become one of WA’s most beloved motoring events.
“It’s the perfect way to explore some of WA’s most iconic small towns and brings together all the best parts of a classic show,” he said.
“Most importantly for the participants, the greatest reward of all is knowing that their fun weekend is making a difference to the lives of WA kids in need.”
The cruise raised more than $160,000 last year.
Rich Kaminski and Denise Demarchi with the Variety Bear before the start of the cruise.