General Motors – The purpose of the General Motors Foundation is to promote economic growth around the world through STEM education, vehicle, and road safety, and sustainable communities. They offer support in the form of disaster relief and community grants.
Ford Motor Company – Ford Motor Company has invested a total of over $1.5 billion to organizations in need. Nonprofits with causes relating to community life, education, and motor safety are welcome to apply. https://corporate.ford.com/company/community/ford-fund.html
Toyota – The Toyota USA Foundation wants to enhance the quality of education, and supports nonprofits with similar missions. When the foundation’s board reviews an application, they look for a significant need, innovation and creativity, and the program’s ability to measure results.
Nissan – The Nissan Foundation has awarded 27 nonprofits a total of $700,000 in grants and still continues to support nonprofits with missions that center around cultural diversity, education, and arts. https://www.nissanusa.com/about/corporate-information.html
Honda – The American Honda Foundation was established to help the local communities where Honda resides. Honda supports organizations who are imaginative, creative, forward-thinking, and innovative.
BMW – BMW supports organizations that focus on education and culture. To apply for corporate sponsorship, your nonprofit needs to be serving the communities where BMW associates live and work. https://www.bmwusfactory.com/community/corporate-sponsorships/corporate-sponsorship/
Chrysler – The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Foundation assists organizations with missions in youth development, education, military and veteran assistance, and community service. However, applications for funding are accepted by invitation only.
Mercedes-Benz – Mercedes-Benz supports the communities it operates in by giving grants to education-related causes, as well as organizations that focus on sustainability and military support