Mission Statement
Yes, we do really own a Batmobile, or should I say a replica of the car made 
famous by the 1966-1968 TV series starring Adam West, Burt Ward and more 
classic TV icons than you can shake a stick at.  It’s a blast, but to us the car 
means much more than just a great set of wheels.  The details do not matter
all that much, but recently I (you can just call me Bruce, being a crime fighter I need to keep my secret identity...well...secret) recovered from a very long and serious illness.  So for me and my family it is more than just the world’s greatest set of wheels, it is a celebration of life and a reminder of just how precious our short time on this spinning rock really is.

With all that in mind, we as a family made the decision to do much more than just drive around town having fun (don’t get me wrong, that is a big part of why we got her); we wanted to use our Batmobile as a way to help others.   Specifically, we have three goals we wish to achieve:

First, to provide our Batmobile to any worthy 501(c)3 charity in the greater Gotham City (OK, OK, we really mean Phoenix, AZ) metroplex that can benefit from its’ use.  Principally, the Bat is to be used to raise the spirits of those members of our community that are ill or at risk and championed by a 501(c)3 nonprofit.  The greatest emphasis is to be placed on aiding those 
organizations that represent the interests of children, but any and all may be considered.