We get donations from our sponsors to raise money for local charities all over Southern California. We have donated items and monies to Operation Safe House, Toys for Tots, and David & Margaret Youth and Family Services. We also belong to Cal4Wheel, and Tread Lightly organizations to support offroading awareness and keeping our trails open.
Quarterly we cleanup up our Adopted Trail 3N16 Gold Fever Trail. We preserve area so others can enjoy it's beauty.
3N16 provides a scenic, enjoyable drive for all off road enthusiasts. At
roughly 26 miles long, this overland trail will take you through the
backwoods of the San Bernardino National Forest. Along with some great
views, 3N16 also has a historic route for which more information can be
found at Big Bear Discovery Center or the trail review, Gold Fever Trail.
What makes FunShine Jeep Girls unique from other off-road clubs is that their primary focus is on the "newbie" we introduce her to where the pavement ends and the dirt begins. That includes the Jeeps capabilities in different terrain, the different types of modifications that assist in it’s performance. We also teach safety, trail etiquette, strategy, recovery, and give them advise with competitions, brands, product, services, and all the while building their confidence.