• BMW CCA Foundation


    In March, 2002, the BMW Car Club of America, an organization of over 70,000 members, formed the non-profit, tax-exempt charitable BMW CCA Foundation, Inc.  Its charter under Section 501 (c)(3) enables the Foundation to establish programs to benefit the public in general, and BMW owners specifically.

    Our vision is to be a living repository of BMW information and benefit the motoring community.  Hence, the Foundation has established three ambitious initiatives:

    Important information about the Foundation:

    BMW CCA Foundation Bylaws

    2014 IRS Form 990

    2014 Annual Report

    GuideStar Report:  click here to view


    The Conservation and Preservation Program

    The Preservation and Restoration program was created to encourage the preservation of automobiles.

    We promote and support the keeping of automobiles, and we are dedicated to preserving all makes and models.


    Library, Archives, and Museum

    The Foundation encourages the diligent preservation of historic automobiles and items of historic value.

    We will create a comprehensive repository for BMW-related historical documents, literature and paraphernalia.


    The Street Survival Teen Driving Safety Program

    In April 2002, the Tire Rack Street Survival safe teen driving program was launched by the BMW Car Club of America Foundation.

    The Tire Rack Street Survival is built upon the premise and notation that "safe driving is learned by doing."