We’re more than a car company. We’re a company that cares.
We’ve been caring for over a hundred years. Why do we do it? Because caring matters. Because breast cancer won’t cure itself. Because an active kid is a healthy kid. And because those who protect us deserve the best. Join Chevrolet and our dealers as we continue our mission to create a better world.
When a hero becomes a legend.
On September 11, 2001, Firefighter Craig Monahan rushed to Ground Zero, parking his 1992 Chevy Silverado nearby. He went to work helping countless people, and when he returned to his truck, he found it battered and melted. But when he turned the key, it started right up. With the Ladder Company 5 firetruck destroyed, Monahan’s Silverado became their firetruck in the days that followed. Chevy was proud to sponsor this year’s Army-Navy Game where we honored Craig and his Ladder 5 Silverado on the field for the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
Because we care.
Chevrolet has partnered with American Cancer Society® to help make strides against all forms of cancer,† including helping the 1 in 8 women being diagnosed with breast cancer every year. We’ve contributed over $15 million so far to benefit breast cancer screening, patient care, research and supporting the special people on the front lines of this fight. Because united, we are stronger than cancer.
Chevy Cares and the power of play.
We understand that youth sports are more than fun – they’re a springboard to self-esteem, courage and academic success and provide important life lessons about perseverance and teamwork. That’s why Chevrolet is dedicated to youth sports. From sponsoring instructional clinics and contributing equipment to refurbishing fields and providing uniforms, Chevy is helping to empower the next generation of major league talent, both on and off the field.
Looking out for our military.
Chevrolet honors active service members, veterans and their families. We’ve partnered with Operation Homefront in their drive to build strong, stable, and secure military families so they can thrive in the communities they have worked so hard to protect. We also support Wreaths Across America to honor our fallen heroes by donating 4,000 wreaths each year that are laid at over 1,200 cemeteries, including Arlington National Cemetery.