Two Ford programs, in which the automaker donates $20 for each test drive taken, have left an impression across the US.
Ford is coming to the aid of non-profit disaster-relief groups with Ford Transit vans and money for upfitting.
Lincoln’s “Driven to Give” program gives to charity for each customer test drive. The giving ramps up as the brand’s portfolio gets hotter.
Ford raised nearly $300k to help support the Experimental Aircraft Association’s youth programs this year.
The Disabled American Veterans’ new Ford utility vehicles will help take vets to VA health care facilities
Ford is giving back to the Latin American community, providing grants and scholarships to contribute to education.
Downtown Ministries’ new Ford Transit will help shuttle at-risk youth to and from after-school activities.
A brand new, 670HP Ford Mustang GT will be auctioned to help New Zealand’s Camp Quality – a non-profit that supports families dealing with cancer.
Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center will be giving away 5 scholarships to US veterans looking to study in the field of automotive mechanics.
The NY Common Pantry’s new Ford Transit will help deliver meals to low-income senior citizens.
Wherever there is an emergency in eastern Michigan, this custom Ford Transit is ready to serve.
This F-100 was restored and modified by high school students in New York. You reckon it’s safe to drive?
Ford again demonstrates its commitment to STEM education by helping bring Spark!Lab to the Michigan Science Center.