The DC area America's British Reliability Run is a British car enthusiast's dream. Loosely modeled on the traditional reliability runs held in the UK for decades, our goal is to have fun driving classic British cars while, most importantly, raising money for a children's charity.
The DC area ABRR offers a chance to do great good while seeing how well your classic British car stands up to a drive over back roads in Virginia. Similar events are being held this fall in New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Colorado and Connecticut.
Like all ABRRs, the DC version runs rain or shine. It is not a race. It is conducted on public roads at posted speeds. It is not a TDS road rally either; there are no checkpoints or deliberately vague instructions. Teams often travel in small groups, although everyone is free to break out from the pack and follow the daily routes at their own pace.
The run is a fun drive on great roads through beautiful countryside in the company of fellow British car hobbyists, and all for a good cause.
Our Military Kids supports military children (ages 3 - 12th grade) by funding sports, arts, and other enrichment activities when their parents are deployed overseas with the National Guard or Reserve or recovering from severe injuries sustained in a post-9/11 overseas mission. Participation in these activities helps military children cope with stress and build self-confidence during an otherwise difficult time in their lives.
How Your Fundraising Makes an Impact
Funds two weeks of activity for a military child, like violin lessons for Logan!
Funds one month of activity for a military child, like cheerleading for MaKenzie and MaCayla!
Funds two months of activity for a military child, like martial arts training for Sebastian!
FULLY FUNDS a chose activity for a military child for up to six months, like basketball camp for CJ!
Thank you for generously supporting Our Military Kids through the DC British Reliability Run!
Our Military Kids encourages military children ages 3 through 12th grade to explore their passions and to turn adversity into a period of growth and resiliency. Through activities that keep their minds and bodies strong, we redirect the focus of these children from thinking about a parent serving in a dangerous part of the world or watching a parent undergo lengthy medical treatments, into positive and rewarding experiences.
Military kids often feel alone, but through your support, they know that you and others care about their sacrifices too.