Classic car show puts the ‘fun’ in raising funds for Rancho San Antonio Boys Home in Chatsworth – Daily News

A large crowd attends the 40th Annual Classic Car Show at the Rancho San Antonio Boys Home, Sunday, May 7, 2023. The event, which was presented by Classic Chevys of Southern California, benefits the Chatsworth facility. (Photo by Andy Holtzman, Contributing Photographer)

The Classic Chevys of Southern California Car Club held its 40th “Classic Car Show” with more than 300 cars on display in Chatsworth — from the Model T era to hot rods to today’s muscle cars — at Rancho San Antonio, the nonprofit purpose also known as the Rancho San Antonio Home for Boys.

The people of Rancho San Antonio prepared a barbecue lunch as part of the fundraiser on Sunday, May 7, which also doubled as the annual community open house. The car show featured a scale model car show, musical entertainment, vendors, baked goods and silent auctions and raffles.

The car club has run the show for more than a decade at the nonprofit organization and is the primary fundraiser for Rancho San Antonio. The car club reported raising more than $225,000 since 2003 for the organization.

Rancho San Antonio’s website notes that its programs include “specialty mental health, residential, outpatient, youth diversion, substance use treatment, transitional youth housing, creative interventions with healing arts, and complex trauma training.”

More info:

– Learn more about the history of Rancho San Antonio, founded in 1933 and located at 2100 Plummer St., Chatsworth:

– More details about the organization’s programs:

– Information on the car club, founded in 1976, and its meetings at Rancho San Antonio:

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