If you are in Roblin tomorrow, you can test drive a brand new car and help out a few causes at the same time.
Some Ford dealerships from across Canada are holding Drive 4UR Community events to raise money for local causes.
For every Ford test driven at Goose Lake High, Roblin Ford will donate $20 to the school's efforts for Free the Children and animal welfare groups, and Ford of Canada will send $20 to Fort McMurray.
General Manager Keith Fast says it is very important to him that they help out these causes.
"It's very important as a local car dealer. We want to make sure we support our community and the kids as Goose Lake High have been working hard at these events. They're also having a car wash and a barbecue as well."
The featured cars will be an all-new Mustang, a new F-150 with Eco Boost Technology, and a redesigned Escape.
Fast says everything will be waiting for you at the school.
"We're going to have a trailer set up there at Goose Lake High, and we'll register your right at the event. We'll have three people waiting there to take you for a drive, or, you'll take them for a drive, I guess."
Kelleher Ford in Dauphin will hold a similar event on May 14 in support of Dauphin safe grad.
The Drive 4UR Community event will take place at Roblin's Goose Lake High School from 9am to 3pm tomorrow. There is a limit of one test drive per household, and drivers must be at least 18 years old with a valid drivers license.