Our 2024 Charity Truck

In 2023 The Coastal Virginia Auto Show partnered with Evil Diesel who donated a 2005 Ford F250. The truck was raffled off at the show on November 19th. Best of all… 100% of the proceeds went to Roc Solid Foundation, AND the winner of the truck donated it back to the charity!

This year we are proud to announce our 2024 Charity Truck, a Ford 1999 F250 and our charity is the Virginia Gentlemen Foundation.

Thank you to our sponsors Evil Diesel and Eastern Truck and Accessories.

Our 2024 Charity

In 2007, a group of young men who had grown up together in Virginia Beach wanted to give something back. They decided to pool their resources and talents to help area families affected with disabilities. The Virginia Gentlemen Foundation was born as a non-profit organization.

The following month, the brother of one of the founding members was diagnosed with ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. In response, the Virginia Gentlemen Foundation narrowed its focus to support the local fight against ALS. With energy and resourcefulness, the Virginia Gentlemen Foundation has since rallied the community and the region in unprecedented ways, quickly becoming a leading fundraiser for the National ALS Society as well as, developing other projects and initiatives to support this community.

To date, the Virginia Gentlemen Foundation has raised over $9 million to help fight and find a cure for ALS.

CHKD Pediatric Intensive Unit

The CHKD Pediatric Intensive Unit (PICU) is a mobile intensive care unit staffed with CHKD-based transport team. The mobile PICU consists of a specially trained intensive care registered nurse, paramedic and respiratory therapist, all qualified in both neonatal (newborn) and pediatric care. Because the transport team often starts the treatments that would normally start once the child is in CHKD – either at the referring facility or during transport to CHKD – the child reaps the benefit.

Camp Grom

As the only family and group facility of its kind on the East Coast, this amazing 70-acre, beach-style adventure is designed to welcome everyone. Wounded veterans, families of the fallen, and adults and children with differing abilities finally have a place to call their own and engage with each other in a safe and supportive environment totally focused on the possibilities becoming a reality!

Grommet Island Park

Just 4 short years ago, disabled children had only limited access to the beach. There was no place to easily play and enjoy the oceanfront. Today, JT’s Grommet Island Beach Park & Playground for EveryBODY stands on the Virginia Beach oceanfront as a testament to the power of people determined to make a difference in the lives of others.