Since inception as a club in June 2014, the Midwest Blue Oval Club has donated over $13,000 to various charities in several communities.

Thank you so much to everyone who attended, supported, or donated! Click below to see the details.

2015 Total Blue Oval Rally Donations - $9,441

2015 Charity Donations

Midwest Blue Oval Club Donates $2916 to Local Charities

The Midwest Blue Oval Club attended the Board of Alderman meeting last night at Hermann City Hall to give an update of the Memorial Day Blue Oval Rally event and to present the charities with their check from the profits from the show. Overall we are very pleased on how everything went during the event.

A huge thank you goes out to the Hermann community to include the residents, businesses and the city as whole for allowing us to put on this show. We are already working on adding to the event for next year to make it better.

A special thanks go out to all our sponsors for helping making the Midwest Blue Oval Club such a success.

The first check presented was to the Showboat Theater Restoration in the amount of $266. The funds were generated from the Thursday and Friday night movies and from the sales of the concessions. Mark Wallace was present to accept the check.


The second check was present to the Hermann Community Food Pantry for the Backpack Program in the amount of $650. The Backpack Program helps feed kids on weekends by providing a backpack of food. To accept the check was Susan Stiers.


The last check presented was to the Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer in the amount of $2000. The Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer helps cancer patients who are struggling to make ends meet. Melisa Overcamp was present to accept the check.


Dallas County Shriner's

The Midwest Blue Oval Club donated $2000 to the Dallas County Shriner’s with money collected from the Saturday car show.


Heart to Heart

We were also able to donate $300 to the Heart to Heart food pantry from money generated from the spectator parking.


Folks from Salem and surrounding areas turned out for a great time at the Midwest Blue Oval Ford Club all makes car show around the Courthouse Square on September 12. This was a great opportunity for people to display their favorite rods and restorations, support local Salem businesses, let the kids have fun with the games and activities, and listen to live music. All funds raised during the car show were donated by the Club back to the Salem community. Organizations receiving donations from the Club include the Salem High School Band Parents ($1000.00), and the school backpack program ($500.00) In addition to the car show, a ‘60’s style cruise was held Saturday evening with the local radio station playing hits from the ‘60’s on vinyl. Entry into the cruise was a food donation for the local food bank. A pickup load of food was donated at the end of the event. Sunday included a cruise to Maramec Springs Park where participants were treated to food and drinks sponsored by a local grocery chain. Plans are already underway for an even bigger all makes car show next year. Details will be forthcoming. We look forward to seeing you next summer for a good time in supporting the Salem community.

Pictures will be posted here soon.

Midwest Blue Oval Club president Al Rutherford, presented a check for $1000 to Steve White, board member of Joshua Center from the profits from the Kansas Speedway car show.

Midwest Blue Oval Club would like to thank everyone who took part in the event at Kansas Speedway to help us raise this money for the Joshua Center as we couldn’t do this without your support.


MAX MOTORS FORD DEALERSHIP in Harrisonville, MO partnered with the MIDWEST BLUE OVAL FORD CLUB to raise money for local charities –

As a result of a very successful all Ford car show sponsored by Max Motors and the Midwest Blue Oval Club in October, we were pleased to donate funds raised to several local Harrisonville charities:

CASCO Area Workshop ($128.00)

Team 327 ($271.00)

Shepherd’s Staff Food Pantry ($200.00) Note: $50 of this donation was made by R&A Motorsports and Max Motors matched it with their donation of $50.

The Military Order of the Purple Heart, Chapter 821 ($1126.00)

Planning is already underway for two shows with Max Motors in 2016 and we look forward to the opportunity to again help charities in the area. Dates will be forthcoming. Plan on coming out for a good time and a great cause!

Check presentation to CASCO Area Workshop Inc.


Check presentation to Team 327:


Check presentation to Shepherd’s Staff Food Pantry:


Check presentation to The Military Order of the Purple Heart, Chapter 821:


2014 Total Blue Oval Rally Donation - $3600

2014 Charity Donations

Donated to the Dallas County Shriners ($2000) and Heart to Heart organization ($600).

Blue Oval Rally Gives Back

Donated to the Joshua Center for Neurological Disorders.


Donated to the Salem High School Band Parents.


Mission Statement


The mission of the Midwest Blue Oval Club is to promote the preservation and operation of Ford powered vehicles;  and the fellowship and camaraderie of owners and enthusiasts of these vehicles.

We shall endeavor by our actions and deeds to promote a favorable relationship with the general public through an increased awareness of the historical significance of these vehicles and the heritage associated with their development. We support family-oriented automotive events.

We pledge to actively support, promote and contribute to a recognized charity as determined by the Midwest Blue Oval Club Board of Directors.

It is our firm desire to see the Midwest Blue Oval Club expand fund raising activities and continue in charitable work in perpetuity.

About Us


The Midwest Blue Oval Club was formed in 2014 by a group of Ford enthusiasts with the sole purpose of putting on All-Ford events around America’s heartland, and using the net proceeds of each to benefit charities within the townships or cities in which the events take place.

Visit our About Us page for more info.


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