Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award

Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award

Congratulations Julian Maha

Congratulations to Julian Maha, Winner of the 2017 Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award. Maha, from Vestavia Hills, Alabama, was chosen via an online fan vote conducted on He is the award-winning founder of KultureCity, the cutting-edge organization that also seeks to educate society regarding inclusion of autistic children. In addition to the award, KultureCity received a $100,000 donation from The NASCAR Foundation.

Shannon Goldwater with Feeding Matters, Chante Gonzalez-Vido with The Seany Foundation and Tammy Richardson with the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation each recieved a $25,000 donation to their respective charity. The NASCAR Foundation's Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award presented by Nationwide honors NASCAR fans who are also accomplished volunteers working for children’s causes in their communities throughout the United States. 


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