In the spirit of Christmas and giving back, the Cobra Owners Club of America Orange County (COCOA) hosted their annual, “President’s Car Show and Christmas Party,” to raise money for charity. For the past seven years, the car club has held a silent auction to raise money for the ALS Association (Lou Gehrig’s disease) and Hoag Hospital Foundation Cancer Center-Brain LAK Tumor Research. The COCOA lost two of its members to these life threatening diseases.
This year was no exception, as the OC Car Club held their annual silent auction and raised several thousand dollars for these important charities.
Mobile Edge, a local Orange County manufacturer of stylish laptop bags and mobile accessories donated two laptop bags to help raise money for these critical charities. Mobile Edge is known for their Philanthropy efforts, teaming up with Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, the Boomer Esiason Foundation raising money for Cystic Fibrosis, among scores of other local and national charities.
“Our Ethos here at Mobile Edge is to give back to those in need,” explained Matthew Olivolo, Director of Marketing and Public Relations at Mobile Edge. “It’s an honor to work with organizations like the Cobra Owners Club of America Orange County who help raise money for families when they need help the most.”
For more information about COCOA visit their website by clicking here.