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Wood Brothers Racing Opens Donations For Senior Living Facilities
March 17, 2020
The team announced that it was raising funds to send tablets to its local nursing home and assisted living facility. The efforts will help quarantined individuals video chat with their family and friends.
Wood Brothers Racing Opens Donations For Senior Living Facilities

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series racing team Wood Brothers Racing is accepting donations to help quarantined seniors during the ongoing outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

The team announced via its social media channels on Sunday that it was raising funds to send tablets to its local nursing home and assisted living facility in Stuart, Virginia. The efforts will help quarantined individuals video chat with their family and friends.

The team set up a $10 donation in its online store. Those who donate will receive a signed thank you note from the Wood Brothers Owners Eddie and Len Wood, as well as an autograph from Cup Series driver Matt DiBenedetto.

As of midday March 17, the team had ordered 108 tablets.

In related news, the team closed its museum doors until further notice.

For more information, visit the Wood Brothers Racing online store here.