Ever since the pandemic hit, the automotive industry is responding in more ways than offering financial help to their current and new customers. The manufacturer’s listed are giving back to the community, focusing on their corporate social responsibilities during these uncertain times. They understand that they have the responsibility to step up and help their communities in taking action against the virus.
Chrysler continues their partnerships with No Kid Hungry. With every Pacifica sold they will help provide food for children in need. Nationwide school closings create an issue for many children that rely on school for healthy meals.
Click here to watch a video to learn more about Chrysler’s participation with No Kid Hungry.
Ford joins forces with 3M, GE healthcare, and UAW to help with the production of medical equipment and supplies. Ford will use their engineering and manufacturing ability to supply a variety of supplies for essential workers and ventilators for patients that are sick with COVID-19.
Click here to learn more about Ford’s participation with 3M, GE, and UAW to help speed the production of medical supplies.
GM converts their Kokomo, Indiana locations to focus on the production of ventilators and the faculty at Warren, Michigan will focus on the production of surgical masks. Also, GM addresses community critical needs by directing $2.6 million in grant funding to NPOs in the United States.
Click here to learn more about GM’s participation with Ventec Life Systems and the community.
Nissan is using their Tennessee, Michigan, and Mississippi production facilities to produce headbands and assemble protective face shields for healthcare workers.
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Subaru is taking this time to support other helpers in the community. They are participating with Meals On Wheels to help our senior neighbors be safe and nourished.
Click here to learn more about Subaru’s participation with the American Red Cross and The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Honda responds to COVID-19 with a pledge to their communities and customers. They are participating in donations to food banks and meal programs across North America and by supporting healthcare workers with a variety of help.
Click here to read Honda’s full pledge and their efforts to help our communities.
Hyundai participates in this fight with their Hope on Wheels program. This program supports children by giving over $4 million to 22 children’s hospitals in the U.S.
Click here to read more about Hyundai’s hope on wheels. Helping kids fight cancer since 1998.
Volkswagen gives all their dealerships the responsibility to help out. They are using their loaner fleet of vehicles to deliver supplies to food banks. Also, they are collaborating with Faurecia NA to manufacturer supplies needed for the front lines.
Click here to learn more about their strategies to help out our communities nationwide.
Kia joins the fight by converting their plant in West Point, GA to produce face shields for medical facilities in Georgia, New York, and Los Angeles. Their Accelerate the Good Program is also donating money to homeless youth programs to give them a fighting chance.
Click here to learn more about Kia’s Accelerate the Good Program and their efforts to fight back against Corona.
Toyota is taking action by supporting at multiple angles. They donated $500,000 to the United Way, an NPO that provides critical support and are producing face shields and visors to help our first responders and medical personnel.
Click here to watch a video and how Toyota is doing their part to help their customers, employees, and the community.