Ford Motor Company, in collaboration with the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, will celebrate the positive contributions of African American men at the 18th annual Ford Freedom Award program.
Ford Motor Company Fund and Northern California Ford Dealers are wrapping up the school year by awarding over $65,000 in Ford Driving Dreams scholarships and technology prizes to 87 Northern California students from high schools and, for the first time, middle schools located in the communities where Ford operates.
Ford Motor Company announced today the winner of the Ford Freedom Unsung award – a national campaign honoring the outstanding achievements of ordinary people performing extraordinary work in the African American community.
Ford Motor Company is the only automaker named a 2016 World’s Most Ethical Company® by Ethisphere Institute today – a distinction that comes as ethics in business increasingly affects customers and their purchase decisions.
Together, Ford Motor Company, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and Detroit Newspapers in Education launch new online curriculum celebrating contributions of African American men.
Ford Trucks and Ford Motor Company Fund are teaming with Texas FFA Association to sponsor the automaker's Driving Skills for Life program to encourage safe driving habits among teenagers throughout Texas.
Ford Motor Company is proud to be the first automaker to join the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition – a nonprofit group of leading electronics companies dedicated to improving the social, environmental and ethical conditions of their global supply chains.
San Antonio Ford Dealers and Ford Motor Company Fund announced $50,000 in Ford Driving Dreams scholarships for eligible seniors at selected high schools across San Antonio interested in pursuing an education in science, technology, engineering and math.
Houston Ford Dealers and Ford Motor Company Fund announced $100,000 in Ford Driving Dreams scholarships for eligible seniors in selected high schools across Houston interested in pursuing an education in science, technology, engineering and math.
• North Texas high school seniors can be eligible to receive more than $400,000 in scholarships from North Texas Ford Dealers and Ford Motor Company Fund to pursue education in science, technology, engineering and math
Ford Motor Company Fund is celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day by launching a national initiative around Men of Courage – a program that honors and amplifies the accomplishments of African American men with the goal of strengthening communities and creating positive social change.
Ford Motor Company and Jay Leno, renowned auto enthusiast and star of Jay Leno’s Garage, are teaming up to auction the TV legend’s personal one-of-one 2000 Harley-Davidson F-150 at the 45th Anniversary Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction at WestWorld of Scottsdale.
Ford Motor Company’s commitment to and support of diverse suppliers is being recognized today as Hau Thai-Tang, Ford group vice president, Global Purchasing, is named chairman of Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council for 2016-17.
Ford is expanding its commitment to grow high school girls’ tech talent by providing them the skills and resources necessary to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math-related fields.
Ford Motor Company Fund, in collaboration with Houston Area Ford Dealers, today launched the Ford Driving Dreams education initiative with a donation of 10,000 new books and $100,000 in scholarships available to high school seniors in Greater Houston.
The tour is slated to impact 5,000 northern California students in schools with high Latino concentrations. Designed to motivate high school students to complete high school on time and pursue higher education, the program will also engage middle school students for the first time in the U.S.
Ford Motor Company and Ford Motor Company Fund are once again offering targeting students enrolled at Historically Black Colleges and Universities the opportunity to compete in the Ford HBCU Community Challenge.
A Ford Transit van specially customized with a sink, refrigerator, food preparation space, service window and cabinets is helping to serve mobile meals to Washington, D.C.’s homeless as part of The Salvation Army’s Grate Patrol program.
Twelve years ago Brian Fountaine was a tank commander on patrol in Iraq when two bombs exploded under his Humvee, taking both of his legs and nearly killing him. Today, Brian is a design student at Northeastern University using 3D printing technology to develop high-quality, less-expensive prosthetic limbs for veterans and other amputees.
Automotive design can stir a person’s deepest passion. Rami Khoury knows the feeling. So does Konnor Bartels. They are two of the first five winners of the William Clay Ford Automotive Design Scholarship, honoring Mr. Ford’s legacy of design innovation and leadership.
Ford Motor Company Fund is building on its commitment to education by teaming with USC Shoah Foundation – The Institute for Visual History and Education and expanding the IWitness multimedia program in the Detroit area.
Ford Motor Company announces two new initiatives today that strengthen its leadership in community service and provide younger employees an innovative opportunity to explore their growing interest in civic engagement and volunteering.
Ford Motor Company announced today its popular high school fundraising program – Drive 4 UR School – will collaborate with the rock band Foreigner to create and host special choir fundraisers in select states.
Ford Motor Company Fund is expanding its innovative Ford Driving Dreams educational tour for the first time to an international market with a program in Panama that will help more than 300 young teens learn skills to keep them in school.