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Community Involvement

Bel Air Corvette Club Community Involvement

The Bel Air Corvette Club (BACC) was founded based on a common interest, the Chevrolet Corvette. BACC, like most other NCCC clubs, has a strong sense of community involvement. Since we are located in Harford County, Maryland, we focus our support on businesses and charitable organizations within the county. However, we also support other organizations outside the county. We recognize that we are fortunate to own such a great automobile and realize there are others who need assistance. We believe that our reputation for support of various charitable organizations has been important to our growth and success. Over the years, we have contributed to the National Kidney Foundation, Spina Bifida, the Boy's and Girl's Clubs of Harford County, the Spousal Abuse Resource Center (SARC) in Harford County, S.M.I.L.E.S. and the Harford County Deputy Sheriff's Benevolent Fund. Also, We have also supported our troops normally stationed in Harford County but assigned to overseas posts, by sending packages containing Matyland products to remind them of home. Currenly, the Harford County Deputy Sheriff's Benevolent Fund, a charity supporting first responders is the club's primary charity.

Bel Air Corvette Club

309 S. Atwood Road

Bel Air, MD 21014