February 25, 2020

Hyundai adds beneficiaries to charity fund

Hyundai adds beneficiaries to charity fund

Hyundai Help for Kids fund to support seven worthy causes.

Hyundai Help for Kids hopes to grant close to $1.5 million in 2014 to not-for-profit organisations supporting Australians under the age of 18.

Hyundai Australia and the brands Australian dealer network will donate $1.5 million dollars in funds and assistance to Australian charities this year.

The Hyundai Help for Kids initiative provides grants and assistance to organisations focused on delivering support to children and the families who support them.

This year, those recipients will also include the AEIOU Foundation, Cerebral Palsy Alliance, John Maclean Foundation, Make-A-Wish, Motorvation Foundation, Royal Institute for Deaf & Blind Children – Indigenous Outreach Program, and Steven Walter Children’s Cancer Foundation.

These seven new Hyundai Help for Kids recipients will join existing beneficiaries Ronald McDonald House Charities, Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation, Clown Doctors, Little Wings, Hyundai Goals for Grassroots, Kids Tennis Foundation, and the Hyundai HyTech Donation Program.

Hyundai Help for Kids raises funds via 50:50 Hyundai and Hyundai Dealer Network contributions made from every Hyundai vehicle sold in Australia.

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