Mercedes-Benz Partners with the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund
Mercedes-Benz partners with the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund. This luxury brand helps put veterans and children of fallen soldiers through their college education. Through this fund, Mercedes-Benz and all participants in the Fund can help honor those fallen and create an opportunity for their families.
What is Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund?
The nonprofit Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund began in 2014 after the death of Colonel John McHugh where he was killed in action in Kabul, Afghanistan on May 18, 2010. Originally, this fund began as a way to get his five children through college. Now, this fund has grown to helping veterans and children of fallen service members all around the nation. This fund has now helped over 1,000 students and raised over $7.5 million for college scholarships.
The Fund has a variety of scholarships and education programs for veterans and military family members. Some of the programs the Fund is a part of includes Folds of Honor, Army Scholarship Foundation, Freedom Alliance, and Commit Foundation. For people who are interested in being involved in the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund, there are plenty of opportunities the Fund has available. More information can be found at www.johnnymac.org.
What does Mercedes-Benz do to help the Johnny Mac Fund?
So, how exactly does Mercedes-Benz participate in this effort? This brand dedicated itself to a national sponsorship of the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund in 2016. For every Mercedes-Benz vehicle sold in the United States, the brand will donate to the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund. There are over 380 Mercedes-Benz USA dealers in the country, and so far, Mercedes-Benz has donated $2,800,000.
Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead is committed to providing quality vehicles to our community, and we couldn’t be prouder to participate in the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund. If you want to learn more about the Mercedes-Benz USA brand and its participation in the Fund, or if you’re simply interested in learning more about our dealership, then we encourage you to get in touch with a team member.