Please Consider Giving to the PVGP Charities on Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is the biggest day of giving in the world. Show your support for the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix by making a gift to support our event and our charities. You can make your donation today, or anytime of the year. The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association is a 501 c 3 authorized charity so your donation can be tax deductible.
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The PVGP has grown into a national automotive festival with thousands of show cars and hundreds of race cars represented at a dozen unique events. With all that excitement our charity mission can sometimes get passed by. We were founded on, and still rely upon, our founding mission from 1982 – to stage a world class vintage automotive event to raise much needed funds for local individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities.
Thanks to you, we have achieved both objectives. Our event is one of the largest and best known automotive festivals in the world, raising over $5.5 million for our charity partners.


The PVGP is thankful for everyone who makes this grand event possible. From our enthusiastic volunteers who work year round, to our unselfish racers and car show participants who share their vehicles with us, to our generous sponsors who provide financial support and are also a vital part of the show.

The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, presented by the Greater Pittsburgh Automobile Dealers Foundation, is the country’s only vintage street race and one of the premier automotive events in the world. 2020 will be our  38th consecutive year of hosting a 10-day motorsport festival from July 17 through 26. It starts with our Historic Races at Pitt Race Complex and builds throughout the week with car shows, parades, a Blacktie Gala, a Tune-Up Party, including the Passport to Elegance Jet Center Party. The event culminates with our signature vintage races through the stone wall, hay bale lined streets of Schenley Park surrounding a golf course with 2,500 show car shows and 200,000 spectators on the July 25/26 weekend.