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BMW CCA Foundation

DescriptionIn March, 2002, the BMW Car Club of America, an organization of over 200,000 members, formed the non-profit, tax-exempt charitable BMW CCA Foundation, Inc., to provide benefits to the motoring public community and owners of BMW automobiles. Its charter under Section 501(c)(3) enables the Foundation to establish programs to benefit the public in general, and BMW owners specifically. The vision of the Foundation is to be a significant repository of BMW information and to foster educational programs for the automotive community.

To That End, the Foundation Established Three Programs to Accomplish its Mission:

The Preservation and Restoration Program (PRP)

The PRP supports educational programs that foster and promote the art of vehicle preservation and restoration. To that end, funds for scholarships supporting automotive restoration will be pursued.

The Library, Archives and Museum Program (LAM)

The LAM Program will create a repository for BMW-related historical documents, literature and paraphernalia, providing club members with access to rare and interesting BMW artifacts while insuring their continued existence. This archive will be housed in South Carolina near the BMW CCA National Office and BMW Manufacturing.

The Driver Safety School Program (DSS)

Hoping to reduce accidents, injuries and deaths, the DSS Program promotes and conducts educational projects to improve the car handling skills of young drivers, especially teenagers. The DSS Program is headlined by the “Street Survival Teen Driving School” that is conducted in various parts of the US.

The BMW CCA Foundation is governed by seven Trustees with limited time terms. Additionally, three Honorary Trustees and the BMW CCA Executive Director attend Trustee’s Meetings to provide insight into Foundation issues.
Parent OrganizationBMW CCA
Organization TypeClub
Organization FocusAntiques / Classics, Collector / Exotics, Imports, Specific Make / Model, Racing / Performance Driving
Street Address201-A Pelham Davis Circle
State or ProvinceSC
Postal/Zip Code 29615
CountryUnited States
General Info
Hotline Phone864-329-1919
Officials and
TitleNameEmail AddressPhone
Program OperationsMichael Mitchellmmitchell@bmwccafoundation.org864-329-1919
National Program ManagerBill Wadebill.wade@streetsurvival.org502-649-4871
Listing Date25-Apr-2009 by Todd Owenby
Last Update11-Aug-2013 by Todd Owenby
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