Driven Project


Nominate a child for a life-changing #supercartherapy experience.

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How It Works

This is it. Welcome to the starting line for the experience of a lifetime.

1. Understanding what the Driven Project and ‘Supercar Therapy’ is all about.

Our nonprofit organization has one simple yet ambitious goal: to provide critically ill children with the best day of their lives through transformative ‘supercar therapy’ experiences.

So, what does ‘supercar therapy’ consist of? Great question!

We take:

  • 12+ supercars (Lamborghini, Ferrari, McLaren, etc.)
  • 12+ incredible co-pilots
  • 12+ police officers/vehicles
  • 1 – 3 incredible venues (racetracks, stadiums, closed-down highways/landmarks)

Add all of this together (plus a whole lot more), and you have a recipe for the best day ever.

2. Let’s get rolling!

By completing and submitting the short form at the bottom of this page, you’ll be helping a very special child get one step closer to a life-changing experience

3. Buckle up and sit tight!

The Driven Project and its tiny but mighty team will contact you as soon as we have an opening in your city. Please be assured – our team is hustling every single day to continue our expansion, and will do our best to make this dream come true as soon as we possibly can!

Who is Eligible?

Co-Pilot Qualifications & Nominations

Children must meet these criteria at the time of referral:

  • The co-pilot must be diagnosed with a life-threatening condition, meaning a progressive, degenerative, or malignant condition that is placing the child’s life in jeopardy.
  • The co-pilot must be between the ages of 3 and 18.

Thank you for helping create a world where every child facing critical illness feels supported by something bigger.

Together we drive hope, fuel strength, and rally community.

Nominate A Co-Pilot

Frequently Asked Questions

To be eligible to become a ‘supercar therapy’ co-pilot, nominees must meet the following criteria:

  • Currently diagnosed with a life-threatening condition, meaning a progressive, degenerative, or malignant condition that is placing the child’s life in jeopardy. 
  • Between the ages of 3 and 18.

Absolutely not! Our generous event partners, volunteers, and drivers all rally together as a community to make these once-in-a-lifetime experiences possible at zero cost to our co-pilots and their family members.

Our events last anywhere from 4 – 8 hours. We provide meals, snacks, and drinks along the way.

When will the Driven Project be visiting my city?

Our team is extremely committed to bringing #supercartherapy to every child who is in need of a boost on their journey battling critical illness. We announce new event locations in our email newsletter and on social media – be sure to join us for the ride there, and don’t hesitate to drop a comment on our Instagram account to suggest which city we should bring the Driven Project to next!

The Driven Project has multiple options for children in wheelchairs on the day of the event. To ensure we are fully prepared and can provide the best experience for your family and child, please contact us directly and let us know ahead of time how we can make the event as inclusive as possible. 

The supercar ride aspect of our events is only a portion of the experience. In addition to an array of surprises and treats for the children throughout the day, our events also feature a stationary segment that offers every child the chance to explore the supercars up close!

The number of family members allowed to attend events changes on a per-event basis. Prior to all events, invites will be sent out with information, including the number of plus ones allowed. Parents of the child will, of course, always have an invite. 

To respect the privacy of families we serve, children who may be eligible to participate in a supercar therapy experience can be referred by: 

  • Children being treated for a critical illness
  •  Medical Professionals such as providers (doctor, nurse practitioner or physician assistant), nurse, social worker or child-life specialist 
  • Parents or legal guardians 
  • Family members with detailed knowledge of the child’s current medical condition


Thank you for your submission. A team member will be in touch shortly.

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