More than 5,000 Ford Motor Company employees are joining community service projects in 34 countries this month to make people’s lives better during Ford Global Caring Month, the signature annual event of the Ford Volunteer Corps.
Ford Warriors in Pink® and GoRide Health are teaming up to help ensure breast cancer patients get the treatment they need by offering complimentary rides to medical appointments for the rest of the year
As part of its Celebrating Culture and Community Grants Program, Ford Motor Company is awarding $250,000 this year to support nonprofit projects that reflect the unique culture and history of the neighborhoods surrounding Michigan Central Station.
Inspired by her great-great grandfather Henry Ford’s belief in the power of learning to make everyone’s lives better and by her own passion for new thinking and innovations that can improve people’s experiences across the company, Elena Ford is championing a new initiative launching today to address literacy shortfalls and advance student success in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM).
Ford Motor Company Fund returned to Puerto Rico with its award-winning Driving Skills for Life program, as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to the island. This is the second time that Ford brings its free Driving Skills for Life program to Puerto Rico to help teens learn safe driving skills beyond what they learn in standard driver education programs.
Ford Driving Skills for Life is celebrating 16 years of its award-winning driver safety program. As Ford Driving Skills for Life turns “Sweet 16” – the traditional driving age across most of North America – its 2019 national tour will kick off at NRG Stadium in Houston.