Nissan is working harder than ever to partner with Habitat for Humanity, an organization that creates affordable housing for those in need. Nissan has pledged millions of dollars to the organization over the years in order to help those in the community, and it has also recently renewed a specific campaign in the Nashville area.
According to Nissan, the brand recently launched the House the Media Built campaign by drawing over 50 prominent journalists from around the globe in order to cover a new story on a house being built in Nashville. In addition to donating funds over the years, the Nissan brand has also managed to donate vehicles and volunteer, helping to build over 71 homes across the US in the past decade.
“Nissan began its relationship with Habitat for Humanity more than a decade ago with a donation of $1 million, 50 TITAN trucks and an abundance of employee volunteer time following Hurricane Katrina,” said Dan Bedore, director, Nissan Division Communications. “This relationship goes to the heart of our values, not only as a corporate citizen, but as neighbors in the communities in which we live, work and serve.”
The Nissan and Habitat for Humanity partnership is stronger than ever. The organization has managed to build more than 770 homes in the greater Nashville area, many of which were paid for in part by funds from Nissan. This is just one more way the company is giving back. Find out more about how 171 Nissan is helping to give back as well!
Nissan has partnered with the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) over the past few years for various events and projects. Now, the Japanese carmaker is proud to announce it is the official automotive partner for the non-profit organization dedicated to providing for the needs of injured service members.
As the official partner, Nissan will deepen its relationship with Wounded Warrior Project to include the addition of dealership-level sponsorship.
“Nissan and Nissan dealers are proud to be helping support our nation’s heroes by raising awareness and support through local promotions and events, as well as continuing our efforts at the national level,” said Fred Diaz, senior vice president of Sales, Marketing & Operations, for Nissan North America, Inc. Diaz further states that “it’s Nissan’s way of honoring the service to those who sacrifice so much for all of us, including their devoted family members.”
Past sponsorships of the organization include “Project Titan” and Nissan’s $1 million donation to WWP and Habitat for Humanity.
Stay tuned for more details about our individual fundraising and activities to support WWP and raise awareness of the unique needs of veterans when they come home. Tell us at 171 Nissan what you think of Nissan’s involvement with the Wounded Warrior Project![Top]