The Chrysler Minority Dealers Association, Inc. seeks to raise awareness and funds for efforts to fight Child Hunger. Child Hunger is hiding in plain sight in America's schools.  20% or more of the child population is unable to   consistently access enough nutritious food necessary for a healthy life and unfortunately they come to school hungry. That statistic is even higher in certain states. When kids don't have regular, nutritious meals, they learn more slowly and have more behavioral problems. Access to food becomes even worse during the summer when school is out.  


CMDA and its member dealers  donate funds to the food banks in the dealers' communities, conduct food drives, donate to Feeding America and encourage the community and customers to support their local food banks and "Help Kids Drive to their Dreams."

The CMDA provided a donation check to Feeding America at its'  National Headquarters.  Pictured above is   

Director of Corporate Partnerships Ian Hunter (center) and Senior Executives commemorating the

CMDA 2013 - 2016 Child Hunger Project that provided more than 1.2 million meals in automobile dealers' communities.

CMDA Fights Child Hunger Project