Why Supercar Therapy?

Our mission goes far beyond driving kids in cool cars.

Together...

We drive hope.
We fuel strength.
And we rally community.

Impact of The Driven project

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Children's Lives Changed

Supercar Therapy...

Drives Hope

Hope can change everything.

When a child is battling a critical illness, it can consume their entire world. The battle is physical, emotional, and relentless.

So much of their childhood is taken from them – between extended hospital stays and missing out on special moments that every kid should have a chance to experience.

The Driven Project allows our amazing superhero co-pilots to look outside their illness – helping restore hope in the road ahead.

After participating in a Driven Project event:

8/10 parents said their family felt more hopeful for their future.

Supercar Therapy...

Fuels Strength

It takes an incredible amount of strength to wake up  and battle a critical illness every single day.

Driven Project events are designed to provide an all-consuming escape from reality for our incredible co-pilots. We help kids recharge their batteries, spark a sense of wonderment, and conjure newfound resilience.

After participating in a Driven Project event:

9/10 parents said their family’s well-being improved and brought them closer together

Supercar Therapy...

Rallies Community

Everything is a little easier when you know your community has your back. The Driven Project unites communities in a very special way. Police departments, health organizations, professional sports teams, celebrities, and countless kind-hearted humans all rally together to help give our co-pilots the best day of their lives and show them that their community cares about them, now and always.

After participating in a Driven Project event:

7/10  parents said they felt it was the best day ever for their child

Get Involved

The Driven Project is only able to change the lives of so many kids because of our incredible partners, volunteers, and supporters.

With your help, we can #keepdrivingforward

Frequently Asked Questions

Upcoming events are announced on our email newsletter (click here to sign up), plus our Instagram and Facebook pages.

Every event has approximately 12 open spots for co-pilots and their families. We have a dedicated Nomination page where you can submit an application help bring some magic into the life a deserving child.

You bet! We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization headquartered out of Scottsdale, Arizona. Our tax ID (IEN) is: 92-0409011

The Driven Project has a Platinum rating on Guidestar, and is a top-rated charity on Great Non-profits.

Yes. Driven Project events are inclusive for all nominated children. 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!

This depends on many factors – most events happen in the cities where we have the most support and strangest connections with police departments, healthcare organizations and well-connected event partners.

If this sounds like you – we’d love to start a conversation. Cruise over to our ‘Get Involved’ page and let’s make some magic happen.

The Driven Project wouldn’t exist without our incredible partners. These strong and impactful relationships have been formed in countless ways. Sometimes the Driven Project makes first contact, and sometimes we’re luck enough to have organization seek us to partner up.

We always put alignment of values at forefront of every conversation.

If you own or represent an organization that you think would make a great partner of the Driven Project – we would love to hear from you.

Please contact us through our Partners page.

The road to recovery is never a straight line

Join us on our mission to create a world where every child facing critical illness feels supported by something bigger.