Detroit — General Motors Co. said Tuesday it’s donating $50 million to support Detroit-based nonprofit programs that work to expand access to education and employment opportunities.
GM partnered with the city of Detroit on the initiative. Mayor Mike Duggan and GM CEO Mary Barra gathered Tuesday to discuss it at the Durfee Innovation Society.
“As the home of our headquarters for more than a century, Detroit has always been a priority for General Motors,” said Barra in a statement. “We’re invested in supporting a strong future for this community. Our new commitment will help break down barriers and promote growth through education and economic success.”
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