FORD “PROUD TO HONOR” MERCHANDISE SALES TO BENEFIT DISABLED AMERICAN VETS, BLUE STAR FAMILIES
Street Trucks|November 2020
TO further its Proud to Honor initiative and strengthen its decades-long relationship with the U.S. military, Ford launched an online store stocked with merchandise to raise money for two nonprofit military organizations.

Ford will give 100% of its profits from sales of Proud to Honor merchandise—available at fordproudtohonor.com/store—to Disabled American Veterans (DAV), an organization established following World War I that helps more than 1 million veterans every year access the healthcare and benefits they earned through military service, and Blue Star Families, a national organization dedicated to strengthening America’s military families through community building.

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