Holden gives support to depression awareness fundraiser.
In all, about 500 motorcyclists are expected to take part in the 2015 Black Dog Ride with greater awareness of depression and suicide prevention being the goal. The ride also raises funds to help fight depression and suicide.
With riders making their way from all points of the compass to take part this year, the Black Dog Ride will finish in the heart of Australia – Uluru. Along the way a fleet of five specially prepared Holden Colorado vehicles will help the motorcyclists safely complete their journey.
Holden is also presenting the Black Dog Ride with a cheque for $10,000.
The latest community-minded Holden initiative comes after the car maker recently donated eleven new cars to TAFE colleges in NSW and Victoria and the on-going good work of the Holden Home Ground Advantage sporting grants program.
Nice work Holden!