The Center of Hope, a Charlotte women and children’s shelter operated by The Salvation Army, will undergo an interior redesign and refurbishment at the direction of Teresa Earnhardt who has volunteered to provide a critically needed boost to the facility. As part of the facilities’ “A Fresh Coat of Paint” initiative, Earnhardt will apply her extensive interior design experience to the...More Details
From Hollywood to the heartland, over 1.5 million Americans have joined ONE, making it one of the fastest growing non-partisan issue campaigns in American history. Supports of ONE have written more than 250,000 letters to the White House calling for a comprehensive plan to address global AIDS and extreme poverty in Africa.
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In 2006 The Dale Earnhardt Foundation hosted a special “Back To School Tour” across the country. Planned in conjunction with Feed The Children and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, one of the nation’s foremost child relief agencies, each cities Boys & Girls Clubs received a visit by the special Dale Earnhardt Foundation/Feed The Children semi tractor-trailer.
Club members in each...More Details
On October 14, 2004, The Dale Earnhardt Foundation sponsored a Feed The Children semi tractor-trailer truck of food, milk and personal care items to help needy children and families in the Mooresville/Iredell County area. The delivery was part of the Foundation’s partnership with international hunger relief organization Feed The Children.
During the 2004 racing season, The Dale...More Details
In the Dale Earnhardt Inc. Paint and Body Shop, four wheels turned to three when the E-Wheelers rolled in.
These top-of-the-line tri-cycles in three sizes were decaled with the Legacy logo and proudly given the name “E-Wheelers.” They were then distributed to area children’s homes by Dale Earnhardt Inc. staff members.More Details