At PGP, we feel it’s important for people to give back to the community. We also feel doing it doesn’t have to be boring or hard — all you need to remember is PGP.
Holding an endurance race fundraiser at PGP — we like to call it “Fund Racing” — is a guaranteed way of doing a whole lot of good for a cause while having a whole lot of fun at the same time.
Fund Racing is perfect for a senior project idea, school or church fundraiser, club fundraiser, or choose your favourite personal charitable organization to benefit and PGP will help you every step of the way — from planning to execution.
“You set the date and leave all the fine details to us for an event you won't find anywhere else,” said PGP co-owner Juli Zalud. “It's a big money earner for the benefit of your choice and your guests will have a blast..”
Sounds simple and it is: Raise money AND go racing at the venue twice named one of the region’s Best Destinations in the King 5 Evening Magazine Best of Western Washington contest.
Fund Racing events are all inclusive in that PGP provides all the logistics — the venue, the equipment, and the personnel — maximizing the profitability of your function and reward on behalf of your cause.
PGP’s staff works with you to determine your needs for a productive and memorable event. We assist you with scheduling, choosing the appropriate circuit, race formats and menu(s), and provide advice on additional entertainment and trophies or incentives.
You can be certain no detail is forgotten: PGP Motorsports Park would like to be your partner.
Just ask the Society of Vintage Racing Enthusiasts (SOVREN) and the SOVREN Guild of Seattle Children’s Hospital, whose second annual fundraiser in July — two hours, 27 teams and 108 racers — raised nearly $50,000 to offset uncompensated care at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Along with racing rain or shine, PGP features a complimentary propane barbeque, tables and chairs, and coolers — everything needed for an enjoyable day of racing and fundraising for groups up to several hundred — and unmatched views of the track from any part of the facility.