Ronald McDonald House Central Valley is conducting a drawing where the winner wins a numbers matching 1969 Camaro Pace Car Convertible. This is one of just 3,675 Z11 optioned Camaros, making it a very rare muscle car. Each of the 1969 Camaro Pace Car editions is finished in Dover White with Hugger Orange stripes running down the length of the car. Inside, they have the Houndstooth Bucket Seat Deluxe interior and the cabin in this one is in perfect condition. As for power, it relies on the mean L35 396/325hp engine. To truly hear this engine’s roar, the power convertible top can be lowered, giving the driver and passengers a magnificent concert courtesy of raw Chevrolet power. It also comes with power disc brakes, factory air conditioning, factory chambered dual exhaust system and the functional cowl induction hood. To donate and enter for a chance to win, be sure to click the button below and enter the code “DUPONT”.
About Ronald McDonald House Central Valley – The first Ronald McDonald House of the Central Valley opened on Millbrook Ave. in 1984. We were the fourth Ronald McDonald House to open their doors in California. Our first Ronald McDonald House was a 7 room facility. The facility was started with a great deal of excitement and support from the local community and partnership with Valley Children’s Hospital. As the surrounding area grew, so did the need for the hospital to expand. When they moved to a new location about 20 minutes away, we followed.
On February 14, 2001, we expanded to an 18 bedroom Ronald McDonald House located adjacent to Valley Children’s Hospital in Madera, CA. The new Ronald McDonald House is comprised of three wings with 18 private guestrooms. Each room features 2 queen size beds, private bathroom, and satellite TV. Each wing is equipped with it’s own laundry room, kitchen, and dining area for guests to share. The kitchens are fully equipped with a stocked pantry and private refrigerators for each guest room. We also have playroom for siblings, a large communal living area, outdoor dining areas, play areas, and some spaces for quiet moments.