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Children’s Advocacy Center receives $1500

4/3/2018, 2:04 p.m.
Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow recently thanked the team at Chicagoland Speedway’s R.A.C.E. Foundation for a $1,500 contribution to ...
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow gratefully accepts a grant from Sarah Palya on behalf of Chicagoland Speedway and Route 66 Raceway's nonprofit entity, R.A.C.E. (Racing Advocates for Community Enrichment). Last year, State's Attorney Glasgow selected the Will County Children's Advocacy Center to receive the prize money from his participation in the D'Arcy Motors Route 66 Classic racing event, and he announced he will donate an additional $500 himself.

Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow recently thanked the team at Chicagoland Speedway’s R.A.C.E. Foundation for a $1,500 contribution to the Will County Children’s Advocacy Center.

State’s Attorney Glasgow participated as a driver in the Route 66 Classic last year. He chose to race on behalf of the Children’s Advocacy Center during the annual benefit.

“I was happy to burn rubber on the track last year for an important cause,” said State’s Attorney Glasgow. “And I want to thank Chicagoland Speedway and the R.A.C.E. Foundation for its important work supporting not-for-profit organizations like the Will County Children’s Advocacy Center. Contributions like these raise awareness and enable the Center to continue its critical mission of providing hope, healing, and justice for abused children.”