JAMA Member COVID-19 Community Support Activities
- Honda Begins Making Vital Ventilator Parts for Dynaflo to Help COVID-19 Patients
- Detroit-area Residents will be Transported to COVID-19 Testing in Modified Honda Odyssey Minivans – Honda provided specially modified vehicles to the City of Detroit to transport people potentially infected with COVID-19, as well as healthcare workers.
- Honda Engineers Use Manufacturing Know-how to Produce 130,000 Face Shields for Frontline Healthcare Workers – As of June 1, Honda had donated 70,000 face shields to healthcare workers at 305 medical facilities in 45 states to date with plans to donate another 60,000 in the coming days.
- Addressing Food Insecurity – Honda has pledged $1 million to address the immediate needs of communities across North America, providing the most vulnerable with access to food. Honda also has a COVID-19 Special Matching Gift Program that enables associates to make monetary donations to food programs in their communities, matching up to $1,000 for each individual associate.
- Honda Associates Supporting Their Communities
GM/Honda – Fuel Cell System Manufacturing LLC (FCSM)
- Honda, GM Partnership Produces Hand Sanitizer for Use by Employees and for Health Care Facilities – Through their FCSM partnership, Honda and GM are producing nearly 12,000 gallons of hand sanitizer for use by both companies at their facilities throughout the region. Honda will also donate nearly 75% of its allocation to health care facilities.
- Mazda Honors Healthcare Heroes with New Essential Car Care Program – Mazda provided free standard oil changes and enhanced cleaning services for U.S. healthcare workers at participating dealers nationwide. This service was not limited to Mazda owners and was offered to many makes and models from other automakers.
- Mazda Toyota plant donates masks to police, transit workers – Mazda Toyota Manufacturing (MTM) donated masks to the Huntsville Police Department and Huntsville Public Transit.
- MTM Tweet – MTM donated masks to Decatur Morgan Hospital.
- Mitsubishi Motors’ Responsibility To Our Customers, Employees and the Greater Community – Mitsubishi announced that they were reimbursing their dealer partners for 100% of their expenses related to COVID-19 supplies and support.
- Mitsubishi Motors brings “Small Batch – Big Impact” nonprofit initiative to Nashville’s Community Resource Center – Mitsubishi donated a vehicle to the Nashville-based Community Resource Center (CRC), allowing CRC to better help their community emerge from the impacts of the tornado and COVID-19 crises.
- Local Makers Team Up to Build Ventilators, Seek Volunteers – Nissan donated around 100 windshield-wiper motors to a Vanderbilt University-led Nashville team designing and building open-source ventilators.
- Coronavirus Mississippi: Nissan Canton plant making face shields for local health care workers
- Community donors support UMMC during COVID-19 response – Nissan donated 1,250 pairs of coveralls, 125 boxes of gloves, 1,000 pounds of cleaning rags, and a case of 150 spray bottles to the University of Mississippi Medical Center.
- Nissan produces face shields for Middle Tennessee health care workers
- Nissan donates critical PPE to hospital, county – Nissan donated more than 200 protective face shields and masks to Southern Tennessee Regional Health System and 120 face shields to Franklin County’s emergency first responders.
- Subaru of America Partners with Feeding America to Help Provide 50 Million Meals to Help Fight Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic
- Working Together: Subaru of Indiana donates supplies to Lafayette firefighters – Subaru donated 75 Tyvek suits and 320 packages of cleaning wipes to the Lafayette Professional Firefighters Local 472.
- Automakers Step Up to Challenge of Helping in Coronavirus Pandemic – Subaru donated 120 N95 masks from its training centers to Virtua Health in New Jersey and other local hospitals.
- Discover How GBA Members Are Fighting COVID-19 – Subaru donated over 400 N95 masks and 13 sets of goggles to the IU Health Arnett Hospital Emergency Room in Lafayette, Indiana.
- Toyota’s response to COVID-19: Monetary and In-kind Donations – A list by facility of Toyota’s monetary and in-kind donations of medical supplies and protective equipment.
- Toyota Innovation TILTS With COVID-19 – Toyota committed to producing and donating 500,000 commercial-grade face shields through June. Approximately 73 organizations in 18 states will receive Toyota-made face shields.
- Toyota Donates Vehicles and Funds To Address Critical Mobility Needs in Washtenaw County and Support COVID-19 Local Relief Efforts – Toyota gave vehicles and grants to four nonprofits in Washtenaw County that are serving the area’s most vulnerable community members, including veterans, people with disabilities and homebound seniors.
- Taking Care of Those Who Take Care of the Community: Toyota and FC Dallas – Toyota and FC Dallas partnered to provide meals for essential workers and community volunteers who continue to work and service North Texas communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Toyota USA Foundation Builds Upon Company’s Ongoing COVID-19 Relief Efforts – Amid growing demand for emergency relief as a result of COVID-19, the Toyota USA Foundation awarded $2.5 million in grants to a variety of nonprofits that address crucial needs – particularly food assistance – in urban hot spots and in many communities where Toyota operates, as well as e-learning programs to help keep youth engaged.
- Volunteering of Employee Time – Toyota donated consulting hours by its team of Lean Manufacturing System experts to companies that make much-needed health and safety devices. This consulting helped to improve production and speeds up the delivery of new equipment where it is needed most.
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