Ram Truck, FCA Foundation Donate $100,000 to Help with Flood Recovery
Much of Texas has been devastated by recent flooding, with damages to property (homes, cars, infrastructure, businesses, and more) as well as loss of life. In an effort to help the recovery process, Ram Truck and the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Foundation last week announced a donation of $100,000 to the First Response Team of America.
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The First Response Team of America is currently providing relief to affected communities. The disaster relief organization was founded by Tad Agoglia to help those in need when Mother Nature or forces beyond our control take a devastating toll on our people. Right now, Agoglia is leading the charge in Texas in delivering supplies, making repairs, and rebuilding what has been broken.
“Ram Truck and the FCA Foundation are committed to helping our friends in these Texas communities get back on their feet and on the road to recovering from the devastating floods” remarked Bob Hegbloom, President and CEO of Ram Truck Brand, FCA US. “In Texas and across the nation Ram truck owners are the kinds of neighbors who are ready to lend a hand when you need it most.”
Ram Truck has been tied with the First Response Team of America since 2012. In the few years together, Ram (via the FCA Foundation, formerly Chrysler Foundation) has donated more than $300,000 to First Response.
President Obama declared parts of the state of Texas a major disaster area following the flooding.