Miss Mia is devoted to giving back to her own hometown of Murrysville, PA, as well as the many communities across the country she visits throughout the race season.
Whether she is interacting with fans at races, volunteering to help the homeless, mentoring youth drag racers, or connecting with children in hospitals, Mia brings a passionate spirit to many different communities.
Miss Mia regularly volunteers with youth social programs such as Big Brother Big Sister, where she makes appearances with her dragster. Kids love to tour the dragster, take pictures in the driver’s seat, and ask Miss Mia all about her experiences as a professional racer.
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You can also find Miss Mia working with young racers at various Jr. Dragster events. Volunteering her time with developing racers helps to keep Miss Mia engaged with the community she fell in love with at 8 years old.
She extends her expertise, passion, and work ethic to Jr. racers who hope to find similar success in professional divisions as they get older.
Visiting area hospitals, including Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, is one of the most deeply gratifying experiences for Miss Mia outside the track. The children get a kick out of Miss Mia spending time with them and sharing photos, experiences, and even Miss Mia apparel and gear.
Mia and her father also volunteer at Light of Life Ministries for the homeless. Still, Miss Mia gains just as much inspiration from them as they do from her. Their positive outlook, in the face of monumental challenges, motivates Miss Mia to give back to others and be a positive role model for athletes and youth as she pursues her professional drag racing dreams.