Hope on Wheels Test Drive Event

Hope On Wheels – I can. We can. Together end childhood cancer.

Hyundai Hope on Wheels

Patrick Hyundai will donate $15 to “Hope on Wheels” for every single test drive taken now through September 30, 2020.

Upon registering, our team will provide you with a test drive code via email. Print this email out and bring it with you to complete your test drive.

Funding Research to Find A Cure

Every 36 minutes in the U.S. a child is diagnosed with pediatric cancer. Because of this research, 80% of those kids can be cured. However, even one child who loses his/her battle is one too many. That’s why we have supported over 1,000 separate research studies over the past 22 years. These life-saving research projects not only help kids survive the disease, but also help them go on to live fulfilling lives. We have so much more work to do!

2020 Research Grant Recipients

For 2020, Hyundai Hope on Wheels has selected 25 new grant winners to receive a combined $6.5 million to support new pediatric cancer research. Their total donations to pediatric cancer research since 1998 now surpass $172 million. With the sale of every new Hyundai, a donation is made to pediatric cancer research. Working with their medical advisory committee and their dealer board, they are excited to support these bold new research projects.

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