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 Go Further: Ford Fund Invests $550,000 in New North Texas Community Program, $20 Million in Texas Donations Given Since 2003

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DALLAS – Ford Motor Company Fund announced an investment of $550,000 in North Texas community programs and nonprofits during the next 12 months as part of a new partnership with area Ford dealers. This brings Ford’s North Texas donations during the past decade to more than $5 million and more than $20 million statewide.

As part of this initiative, the first wave of 600 local teen drivers is behind the wheel today with professional drivers from the Ford Driving Skills for Life (DSFL) program. Ford DSFL is offering six free driving clinics on April 5-7 at Fair Park Dallas – the culmination of a two-week, safe driving campaign at area high schools.

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4/8/2013 6:00 AM