Jimmie Johnson donates money and support many charities including: Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
The list of Causes that Jimmie Johnson supports include Children's Health.
Jimmie Kenneth Johnson, known as Jimmie Johnson, is an American professional auto racing driver who was born on September 17, 1975, in El Cajon, California. He started racing when he was 5 years old and won his first motorcycle championship when he was only 8 years old. Right after college, he began his racing career in off-road series, in which he competed with buggies and trucks in desert races and off-road stadiums. He competed in different leagues, such as Short Course Off-Road Drivers Association and Mickey Thompson Entertainment Group. In 1998, he began to race in NASCAR’s Busch Series, and, in 2000, he became a member of Herzon Motorsports’ Busch team. He won recognition as Rookie of the Year many times. The team lost their sponsorship, and Johnson was recommended to Hendrick Motorsports. He won his first Cup Series championship in 2006 and continued to do so until 2011 when his streak ended. In 2013, he won his sixth Cup Series championship, and his seventh followed in 2016.