Auto club donates to worthy causes
Published 2:33 pm Wednesday, December 20, 2023
The Heart of Virginia Classic Auto Club (HOVCAC) made donations to the Heart of Virginia Free Clinic, Meals on Wheels and Better Days Farmville. The HOVCAC is a non-profit organization that donates yearly to organizations. The club holds a Cruise- In at 5 p.m. on the third Saturday of the month from April through October at the Farmville Tractor Supply parking lot. HOVCAC gave a donation to Better Days Farmville, which provides housewares and furnishings for families starting over. A second donation was given to The Heart of Virginia Free Clinic, which voluntarily provides basic health care for the working uninsured with chronic conditions, ages 18-64. They also have a pharmacy and offer dental services. They have provided services to over 500 patients since 2012. A third donation was given to Meals on Wheels of Prince Edward County, which provides meals for those who need help preparing their meals. They serve about 60 clients. Pictured are, from left, Rebecca Maxwell HOVCAC representative giving Sarah Mullins-Spears from Better Days Farmville a check. Martha Boywer, MSN, RN, Pat Payne RN, BSN and Joy Price, FNP from the Heart of Virginia Free Clinic received a check from Irene Dunn HOVCAC representative. Frank Lacey with Meals on Wheels of Prince Edward County received a check from Rita Ashton HOVCAC representative.