- Ford COO Mark Fields Leads This Year’s United Way for Southeastern Michigan Community Giving Campaign to Exceed $40 Million Goal – Largest Increase in 17 Years
DETROIT – Ford Motor Company Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields, who also serves as United Way for Southeastern Michigan campaign chair, and United Way for Southeastern Michigan President and CEO Michael J. Brennan announced today that more than $40 million was raised in the 2013-2014 campaign to benefit the greater Detroit communities the nonprofit organization supports.
- Ford Social Projects Provide 10,000 Backpacks; Environmental Education for Camaçari Students
CAMAÇARI, Brazil - On January 21, Ford announced two new social initiatives in Bahia: the distribution of 10 thousand eco-sustainable backpacks with notebook&pencil sets: and the execution of an environmental education project. Both actions, under development, are focused on students from public schools in Camaçari, within Bahia state, where is located Ford Northeast industrial Complex.
- Ford Brazil Celebrates 15 Years of Partnership with the Literacy Movement of ABC Region
SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO, Brazil - Ford renewed for the 15th year its partnership with the Literacy Movement of ABC region (MOVA), of which it is main sponsor. This year, the company is sponsoring more 25 classrooms for the literacy of about 500 adults and adolescents, with enlisted voluntary teachers in the proper communities of the region.
- A 'Green Date' with Ford
BEIJING, China — There is no better time to have a date than on "Singles Day" on November 11 (the duplication of number 11, while 1 symbolizes singledom), so Ford Motor China invited NGOs, experts and journalists on a special "Green Date" to discuss the future development of non-governmental environmental protection groups in China.
- Ford of Spain renews commitment to social responsibility
VALENCIA, Spain -- Ford of Spain - which recently celebrated the 35th anniversary of the Valencia plant and of the first Ford Fiesta that rolled off its production line - has further cause for celebration, having last week renewed its Inserta agreement until 2016.
- Ford Saarlouis joins national anti-racism campaign
SAARLOUIS - The Ford Saarlouis production plant has become an official member of Germany’s national “Respekt” campaign, which takes a stand against racism and aims to foster greater respect and tolerance.