Automotive industry teaming up with Wounded Warriors Canada to drive donations and change

VANCOUVER, May 9, 2017 /CNW/ - Wounded Warriors Canada is pleased to announce the Wounded Warriors Canadian Automobile Team (WWCAT). Bringing years of automotive passion and paired with a business partner in ADESA, this new partnership kicks into gear in September with the auction of a rare "Factory Five" 1965 Shelby Cobra.

The auction takes place September 9 and 10 at the Luxury & Supercar Weekend in Vancouver, BC. http:/

All the proceeds from the auction will be donated directly to Wounded Warriors Canada.

WWCAT was created by volunteers Glenn and Estella Cumyn along with Jim Blair and their corporate partner ADESA. 

Wounded Warriors Canada is a national mental health charity that develops and delivers innovative mental health programs in support of ill and injured Veterans, First Responders and their families. For more information please visit the Wounded Warriors Canada Automobile Team website:


Quick Facts:

- 2017 program investments will exceed 2M

- 82% percent of national revenue directed to programming

- 13 mental health programs supported by the charity benefiting ill and injured Veterans, First Responders and their families.

- Privately funded charity receiving no public financing


SOURCE Wounded Warriors Canada

For further information: Media inquiries should be directed to: Matthew Wocks, Director of Communications, Phone: (647) 572-4627, Email:


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