Milstead Automotive and Milstead Collision Raises $2,500 Donation For Car Show

By: Cyndy Rivera
| Published 05/05/2022


THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Hot rods, classics and modern muscle cars all came out to Milstead Collision on Saturday to help raise money for Hope's Path. Through entry fees, food and raffle tickets, Milstead Automotive and Milstead Collision raised $2,500 for the organization.

'We're so glad we were able to raise this money for Hope's Path,' Amy Milstead, Milstead Automotive and Milstead Collision President said. 'This organization does so much for these young men. We're just thankful to get to do this for them.'

Hope's Path is a non-profit that provides a place of healing within Christ centered environment, where young adults are supported, equipped, and empowered to grow in their potential to lead successful independent lives. Hope's Path is a structured program with daily oversight from mentors, and Hope's Path staff. It is the responsibility of each young adult to plan and work on their goals while playing a role in the greater community.

“From all of us here at Hope's Path. Thank you so much for your generosity and commitment to our organization. We truly and deeply appreciate you!' Brandon Anderchuk Executive Director said.

At the 2022 Milstead Car Show, 29 show cars were entered in the show. DRT Cookers served pulled pork BBQ sandwiches. Raffle tickets were sold and a BBQ pit, Amazon gift cards, gift baskets and more were raffled off.

'We had a good turnout for the show,' Milstead Automotive General Manager Jeff Collins said. 'Despite the weather the show turned out great. I'm looking forward to the next one.'

The sponsors for the 2022 Milstead Car Show benefitting Hope's Path include Gulf Coast Pros LLC, A Bob Hall Company, XL Parts, Advanced Auto Parts, O'Reilly's Auto Parts, SLK Roofing & Construction, Proven Results Marketing, Pimp Your Yard, Spartan Roof, and Bulldogs Pizza.

'We're thankful to all of our volunteers and sponsors who made the car show possible,' Marketing Coordinator Cyndy Rivera said. 'We can't wait to do It again next year.'
To learn more about Hope's Path, its mission and upcoming fundraisers, please visit

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