DETROIT – automotiveMastermind recently donated $10,000 to the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation as a holiday gift on behalf of its dealer partners. This, along with employee-raised donations and Mastermind donation matches, brings the company’s charitable giving for the year to more than $28,000.
The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation is headquartered in Tampa and is a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding research toward eliminating childhood cancer. By partnering with hospitals nationwide, the foundation seeks to find less-toxic, more targeted therapies.
automotiveMastermind regularly makes charitable donations on behalf of employees and dealer partnerships through its Mastermind Gives Back program. Over the course of the year, Mastermind also donated to the Fit2BeCancerFree challenge with the American Cancer Society; Volunteers of America in the New York/New Jersey area; Children’s Hospital in London, Ontario; Can Kids in India and the Movember initiative.
“Charitable giving has remained a core value at automotiveMastermind since our early days as a startup,” said Mastermind Co-Founder and CEO Marco Schnabl. “I’m very proud of our team for putting so much effort into raising donations for our charitable partners in 2021. The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation holiday donation is particularly meaningful to my family and I. This is a great way to end the year and support people and nonprofits across the world.”