Vintage Grand Prix raises record sum for charity

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The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix raised a record $350,000 for charity this year.

Funds were split evenly between the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School, which serves 900 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

This year’s event, held in July, raised 40 percent more for the organizations than last year and marked the third year in a row that a record-setting amount was raised, the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association said.

Since 1983, the grand prix has raised $3.4 million for both causes. Shop’n Save is a sponsor.

The grand prix is an annual celebration of older motor vehicles that features races, car shows and other events.


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