Fifty-seven classic cars lined the parking lot at St. James United Church of Christ on Sunday for their sixth annual car show benefiting Project Outreach.
Project Outreach is a Royersford charity that provides furniture, mostly beds, to needy people.
Car show organizer Lenny Baranoski said that beds are often one thing that goes by the wayside when a single mother or a needy family moves into a home.
"I've been in Section 8 housing, and kids are sleeping on the floor in sleeping bags," Baranoski said. "It's a shame in this day and age you have people sleeping on the floor."
Project Outreach provides single beds for those families, as well as help with food, fuel, transportation, and many other needs.
Baranoski said the car show has raised $10,000 over the last five years and purchased approixmately 100 beds.
Baranoski expects to raise approximately $3,000 this year. He also runs a fishing derby in May that raises money for other charities.