Grants totaling $534,660 from the Detroit Auto Dealers Association (DADA) Charitable Foundation Fund were awarded to a diverse group of 16 nonprofit organizations that provide services to children and youth throughout the region. This year’s total is a new record from the fund, and grants ranged from $10,000 to $50,000. The DADA Charitable Foundation Fund was established in 1998 by DADA, a trade association composed of more than 200 automobile dealers in metropolitan Detroit. The fund represents a lasting legacy of DADA’s charitable commitment to southeast Michigan.
Organizations that received grants are:
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
Boys and Girls Clubs of Troy
Campaign for Black Male Achievement
Chaldean American Ladies of Charity
Henry Ford Learning Institute
Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan
Leaders Advancing and Helping Communities
Leadership Macomb Inc.
Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit
National Society of Black Engineers
Racquet Up Detroit
Student Advocacy Center
This article originally appeared in the Fall 2017 Newsletter.