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National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation
National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation
Board of Trustees
Robert P. Mallon
Chairman
Mallon Investment Co., LLC
Tacoma, Washington
William Bradshaw
Bradshaw Automotive
Group, Inc.
Greer, South Carolina
Mark S. Herrmann
Chappaqua, New York
John P. McEleney
McEleney Autocenter
Clinton, Iowa
Richard E. Strauss
Richmond, Virginia
Paul J. Holloway
Vice Chairman
Dreher-Holloway, Inc.
Greenland, New
Hampshire
Larry T. Brown
Ottawa, Illinois
Jack Kain
Jack Kain Ford
Versailles, Kentucky
H. E. Derrick, Jr.
Treasurer
Derrick Enterprises
Lexington, Virginia
William R. Chapin
Automotive Hall
of Fame
Dearborn, Michigan
Shau-wai Lam
DCH Auto Group
South Amboy,
New Jersey
Loy Todd
Peter E. Blackstock
Secretary
Victory Dealership Group
Nebraska New Car and
Seaside, California
Truck Dealers Association
Lincoln, Nebraska
Raymond J. Ciccolo
Village Automotive
Group
Boston, Massachusetts
Jack R. Leigh
Leigh Automotive
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Cody Lusk
American International
Automobile Dealers
Association
Alexandria, Virginia
Fichtner Chevrolet
Laurel, Montana
Marcy Maguire
Windsor Nissan
East Windsor,
New Jersey
Joseph D. O’Brien, Jr.
O’Brien Auto Team
Shelbyville, Kentucky
Automotive Hall
of Fame
Dearborn, Michigan
Smail Auto Group
Greensburg,
Pennsylvania
Silicon Valley Auto
Dealers Association
San Jose, California
Annette Sykora
Marcy L. Tonkin
Daniel B. Wharton
Dale Willey
William H. Willis, Jr.
Smith South Plains
Ford Lincoln Mercury
Chrysler Dodge Jeep
Levelland, Texas
Ron Tonkin
Dealerships
Portland, Oregon
Wharton Auto Group
Parkersburg,
West Virginia
James Smail
Leonard W.
Fichtner
H. Carter Myers, III
Colonial Auto Center
Charlottesville, Virginia
Stephen R. Polk
Tarik S. Daoud
Long Family Auto
Warren, Michigan
Dale Willey
Automotive
Lawrence, Kansas
Steve Smith
Willis Chevrolet, Inc.
Smyrna, Delaware
The
Chairman’s Message
I
t is with great pleasure that I send you this annual
report of the National Automobile Dealers Charitable
Foundation’s successful initiatives during 2012.
There were many, including:
•We gained 53 new Ambassadors, for a total of 617 at the
end of the year (see p. 2-3).
•The Frank E. McCarthy Memorial Fund, through Canine
Companions for Independence, provided service dogs to a
disabled child and to a wounded veteran (p. 11).
•More than 100 CPR training units were donated to firstresponse organizations across the country (p. 14).
• The Foundation established the Road Safety Grant program
to help dealerships defray the cost of sponsoring local safety
events (p. 14).
Yet our most memorable initiative was a reactive one: responding immediately to help
dealership employees in the Northeast whose lives were forever changed by Hurricane
Sandy in late October. The Foundation’s Emergency Relief Fund was established in 1992
for this very purpose. Within hours after the storm hit, the Foundation was raising
money and encouraging those in need to apply for aid. The first checks were delivered
within days.
Dealers and state and metro dealer associations from all over the country stepped up to
help with generous financial donations.
That was no surprise. It’s who we are and what we do. As my friend Neale Kuperman, a
dealer in the Sandy-ravaged metropolitan New York area said, “We might be competitors
in the marketplace, but when a disaster hits, we work together.”
Well said. Come to think of it, “We work together” could serve as an unofficial motto
for the Foundation.
Thanks to all of you for your continued support. Let’s keep working together.
Sincerely,
Robert P. Mallon
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Foundation Ambassadors
T
he Ambassadors program named
53 new Ambassadors last year,
bringing the total number to 617.
“New-car and -truck dealers are always
giving back to their communities, and the
Ambassadors program provides a great
mechanism for perpetual giving,” said Annette Sykora, chairwoman of the Ambassadors program.
Bill Behler
Columbus, Indiana
To become an Ambassador, a dealer, company, association or individual pledges a
tax-deductible donation of $10,000 to the
Foundation in their own name or in recognition of loved ones, living or deceased.
Then a grant is made to organizations of
the donor’s choice in amounts of at least
$1,500 every three years—forever. Dealers
who pledge three or more Ambassadorships
become Ambassadors of Distinction.
Each year, more than $250,000 is donated
to organizations in the public or private
sector, supporting a variety of causes, from
emergency medical services and education
to job training for adults with disabilities.
In 2012, 155 Ambassadors in 36 states presented grants to their chosen organizations.
Since 1994, more than $1 million has been
donated through the Ambassadors program
to organizations across the country.
Annette Sykora
Ambassadors Program Chairman
Levelland, Texas
Donald P. Hicks
Aurora, Colorado
Laurie Hicks
Aurora, Colorado
Pat Primm
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Karl L. Soloe
Charlottesville, Virginia
Laura Lee Wayland
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Ohio dealer Michelle Primm,
right, and Chairman Bob Mallon,
left, surprised Pat Primm with
an Ambassadorship.
Old Lyme, Connecticut
Ethos Group
In honor of Brian Hamilton
Irving, Texas
Allene Hollenback*
Spokane Valley,
Washington
PSADA
Seattle, Washington
John H. Sutliff
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Dan Wilder, Sr.
Port Angeles, Washington
N a t i o n a l A u t o m o b i l e D e a l e r s C h a r i t a b l e F o u nd a t i o n
 2012 New Ambassadors 
William and Annette Bradshaw
Greer, South Carolina
Carol M. Cole
William Paul Cole, Jr.
Frank J. Deluca
Ocala, Florida
Greer, South Carolina
Mary Ellen Herbert*
Bluefield, West Virginia
William Fields
Louis G. Giordano
Whitestone, New York
Casper, Wyoming
Casper, Wyoming
Pete Greiner
Carey L. Hamilton
Kathryn M.
Kelleher*
James E. Koons
James F. Love, III
NADA Board
of Directors
Roxanne Northcutt*
Riverhead, New York
Vienna, Virginia
Kaleigh Laura
Reynolds
Old Lyme, Connecticut
Time, Inc.
New York, New York
Vienna, Virginia
Buzz Rodland
Everett, Washington
Brenda Tulley
Nashua, New Hampshire
Julie Greiner
William Donovan
Charleston,
West Virginia
McLean, Virginia
Kearney, Nebraska
Enid, Oklahoma
Carol Ransick
Rodland
Daniel Sanders
Massillon, Ohio
West Babylon, New York
Kyle P. Underriner
Mary S. Underriner
W. Blake Underriner
Everett, Washington
Billings, Montana
Billings, Montana
Gary Schimmerling
Longmont, Colorado
Stephen R. Polk
Southfield, Michigan
SDADA
Sioux Falls, South
Dakota
Billings, Montana
NOT PICTURED
Rudolph Jobs*
Bellingham, Washington
Holly DeBoer Linerud
Dale Willey
Lawrence, Kansas
Mary Jane Willis
Smyrna, Delaware
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Ashland, Oregon
* In memoriam
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Ambassadors Program Grants
I
n 2012, Ambassadors throughout the United States presented grants
to worthy hospitals, schools, colleges and universities, and other
organizations. We salute our Ambassadors for their commitment to
their communities and to this Foundation. They represent the finest in
our outstanding industry, and their generous spirit will continue forever
through this wonderful grant program.
The following is a list of the grant recipients and the Foundation
Ambassador in whose honor each gift was presented.
James Rumsey Technical Institute
Martinsburg, West Virginia
A Friend in West Virginia†
Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey
Livingston, New Jersey
Edward I. Burns
DCH Teen Safe Driving Foundation
South Amboy, New Jersey
DCH Auto Group†
Epilepsy Association of Cleveland
Cleveland, Ohio
Richard M. Bass
Morristown-Beard School
Morristown, New Jersey
Freyda Burns
Haven High School
Haven, Kansas
Rusty Eck Ford Inc.†
Bishop Ireton High School
Alexandria, Virginia
Michael E. Bennett
Reedsburg Area High School
Reedsburg, Wisconsin
Roy M. Carlson*
Whittemore EMS
Whittemore, Iowa
Edmund S. Elbert*
Walled Lake Central Music Booster
Walled Lake, Michigan
Jerry M. Bielfield*
Shoreline Community College
Professional Automotive
Training Center
Shoreline, Washington
Wade C. Carter*
United Way of Greater St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri
Enterprise Holdings Foundation
University of Kansas
International Center for Ethics In
Business
Lawrence, Kansas
Bob Billings*†
Robert Louis Stevenson School
Pebble Beach, California
Peter E. Blackstock
Providence St. Mel School
Chicago, Illinois
Larry T. Brown†
Providence St. Mel School
Chicago, Illinois
Mattie L. Brown*†
Career Institute of Technology
Easton, Pennsylvania
The Brown-Daub Foundation
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Seminole State College Foundation
Sanford, Florida
Central Florida Auto
Dealers Association
Middlesex Community College
Bedford, Massachusetts
Raymond J. Ciccolo†
Union County Foundation
Marysville, Ohio
Columbus Automobile
Dealers Association†
Northeast Iowa Community College
Calmar, Iowa
John O. Falb
St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation
Billings, Montana
Theodore Fichtner*†
Frank H. Peterson Academies
Jacksonville, Florida
Florida Automobile Dealers Association‡
Mid-Florida Tech
Orlando, Florida
Florida Automobile Dealers Association‡
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue
Tigard, Oregon
Jim Corliss†
Bowers/Whitley Career Center
Tampa, Florida
Florida Automobile Dealers Association‡
Washington and Lee University
Lexington, Virginia
H. E. Derrick, Jr.
N a t i o n a l A u t o m o b i l e D e a l e r s C h a r i t a b l e F o u nd a t i o n
Presented in 2012
Left: Zach Doran of the Ohio
Automobile Dealers Association
presents the association’s
Ambassador grant to Sue Villilo,
executive director at Faith Mission.
Right: Bill Perkins, Foundation
Ambassador and dealer principal at
Merollis Chevrolet, presents a grant
to Macomb Community College’s
Jennifer Seger, associate dean
Applied Technology, Automotive,
and Technical Education.
Peconic Bay Medical Center
Radiology School
Riverhead, New York
Irwin L. Garsten
Catholic Education Arizona
Phoenix, Arizona
James A. Gorman*
Catholic Education Arizona
Phoenix, Arizona
Jay Gorman
Cuyahoga Community College
Foundation
Cleveland, Ohio
Greater Cleveland Automobile
Dealers’ Association
Bishop Eustace Preparatory School
Pennsauken, New Jersey
James J. Gruccio, Jr.‡
St. Augustine Preparatory School
Richland, New Jersey
James J. Gruccio, Jr.‡
Northwood University
Midland, Michigan
Donald L. Hall†
University of Iowa Department
of Nursing
Iowa City, Iowa
Marvin D. Hartwig*
Julian Volunteer Fire Company
Julian, California
Robert E. Hemborg
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FOR US Foundation
Rowland Heights, California
Fritz Hitchcock
Sparrow Clubs USA
Bend, Oregon
Phillip Joseph Kelleher
North Valley Family YMCA
at Porter Ranch
Northridge, California
Ted Hitchcock, III
St Patrick’s Seminary
Menlo Park, California
Arthur H. Kenny*
S.P. Waltrip High School
Houston, Texas
Houston Automobile
Dealers Association
Iowa Auto Dealers Foundation
for Education
West Des Moines, Iowa
Iowa Automobile Dealers Association
Advocate Charitable Foundation
Adult Down Syndrome Center
Park Ridge, Illinois
James R. Jennings
Saint Croix Foundation
Christiansted, Virgin Islands
Thomas D. Keery*
Salesianum High School
Wilmington, Delaware
Bruce M. Kelleher†
Clover Park Technical
College Foundation
Lakewood, Washington
Mel Korum*†
Virtua Foundation
Marlton, New Jersey
Lawrence W. Kull†
Guilford Technical
Community College
Jamestown, North Carolina
George W. Lyles*
USTA Serves
White Plains, New York
Marcy Hnath Maguire
Bellarmine Preparatory School
Snyder Foundation Scholarship
Tacoma, Washington
Ann B. Rigney Mallon*†
Sparrow Clubs USA
Bend, Oregon
Colleen Kelleher†
Bellarmine Preparatory School
Snyder Foundation Scholarship
Tacoma, Washington
Tommy Mallon*†
Sparrow Clubs USA
Bend, Oregon
Joe Kelleher*†
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton School
Anchorage, Alaska
Bahne Martensen*
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Ambassadors Program Grants
Maryland Shock Trauma
Baltimore, Maryland
Maryland Automobile Dealers
Association
Great Falls Scottish Rite Childhood
Language Disorders Center
Great Falls, Montana
Robert H. Oakland†
American Red Cross
Gateway Area Chapter
Clinton, Iowa
Ellen J. McEleney*†
Christian Academy of Louisville
Louisville, Kentucky
Joseph D. O’Brien, Sr.*†
Jesus Christ Prince of Peace School
Clinton, Iowa
Warren J. McEleney*†
Relief Nursery
Eugene, Oregon
Randy McPherson
Blair E. Batson Hospital
for Children
Jackson, Mississippi
Mississippi Automobile
Dealers Association
Rock Bridge High School
Columbia, Missouri
Missouri Automobile
Dealers Association
Jefferson College Foundation, Inc.
Hillsboro, Missouri
David F. Mungenast, Jr.†
Boys & Girls Club of Central Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia
Elizabeth Myers Borches†
Charlottesville Salvation Army
Charlottesville, Virginia
H. Carter Myers, Jr.*†
University of Nevada
School of Medicine
Reno, Nevada
Nevada Franchised Auto Dealers
Association, Inc.
Central New Mexico Foundation
Albuquerque, New Mexico
New Mexico Automotive
Dealers Association
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Faith Mission
Columbus, Ohio
Ohio Automobile Dealers Association
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
at Forsyth
Cumming, Georgia
Dorothy H. Otwell*
Owasso Fire Department EMT
Owasso, Oklahoma
Lynn Owens
Stark State College Foundation
North Canton, Ohio
Past Chairmen of the Greater
Cleveland Automobile Dealers’
Association
Texas Health Harris
Methodist Foundation
Ft. Worth, Texas
Jimmy C. Payton
Thomas L. Schwenk, dean at the University of Nevada
School of Medicine accepts a grant from Wayne A. Frediani,
executive director of the Nevada Franchised Auto
Dealers Association, Inc.
New England Institute
of Technology
Beulah, Colorado
Rhode Island Automobile
Dealers Association
Carson - Newman
Jefferson City, Tennessee
Drama Russell†‡
Northampton Community College
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Automotive Association
(Eastern District)†
Macomb Community College
Warren, Michigan
Bill Perkins
Center for Automotive
Education & Training
Whitestone, New York
Harold A. Reese, Sr.*
Mission of Hope
Knoxville, Tennessee
Drama Russell†‡
Providence St. Mel School
Chicago, Illinois
SAMOHT, Inc.†
St. Patricks School
Owego, New York
Stephen B. Scoville
ThinkFirst Genesee
Grand Blanc, Michigan
Joseph O. Serra
Caring Bridge
Eagan, Minnesota
Drew Revord
Lyme’s Youth Service Bureau
Old Lyme, Connecticut
L. Thomas Reynolds†
NMC Foundation
Traverse City, Michigan
Doris Sleder*
N a t i o n a l A u t o m o b i l e D e a l e r s C h a r i t a b l e F o u nd a t i o n
Presented in 2012
NMC Foundation
Traverse City, Michigan
Julius Sleder*
Delmarva Christian High School
Georgetown, Delaware
Ebe S. Townsend, Sr.
McKinley School
Parkersburg, West Virginia
Daniel B. Wharton, Sr.†‡
Refuge Services
Lubbock, Texas
Stephen J. Smith†
North High School
Torrance, California
Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc.
My Choices
Port Angeles, Washington
Sally Wilder
Richmond Fisher House Foundation
Richmond, Virginia
Lucille M. Strauss†
Nashua Community College
Nashua, New Hampshire
Ruth C. Tulley*
East Carolina University Foundation
Greenville, North Carolina
Douglas H. (Wil) Wilkinson, III
Montana Chapter
Alzheimers Association
Billings, Montana
William P. Underriner
Tacoma Community
College Foundation
Tacoma, Washington
James W. Will
Little Sisters of the Poor
Newark, Delaware
Frank A. Ursomarso
Junior Achievement of Lawrence
Lawrence, Kansas
Howard Willey*†
Hands and Feet Project Inc.
Franklin, Tennessee
Andrew Russell Varnedoe†
FOR – Nicaraguan Health
Birmingham, Alabama
Abbott G. “Shorty’”Williams
Hands and Feet Project Inc.
Franklin, Tennessee
Joshua Howard Varnedoe†
Coastal Carolina Community
College Foundation, Inc.
Jacksonville, North Carolina
C. Donald Williamson
Left to right: Jerry Korum, Ambassador,
Dr. Debbie Ranniger, CPTC Foundation executive
director, Dr. John Walstrum, CPTC president,
Robert P. Mallon, NADCF chairman
Vermont Technical College
Automotive Technology Program
Randolph Center, Vermont
Vermont Automobile Dealers
Association
Smyrna/Clayton
Boys and Girls Club
Smyrna, Delaware
Harry D. “Skip” Willis†
St. Mary’s School
West, Texas
Edmund A. Sykora†
New England Institute
of Technology
Beulah, Colorado
Shawn M. Vidmar†
Our Lady of Good Counsel
High School
Olney, Maryland
Jeanni O’Neill Winston
Arcadia Music Club
Arcadia, California
John C. Symes
Baylor Bear Foundation
Waco, Texas
Walter Wainwright
The Boys and Girls Club of
Dumplin Valley
White Pine, Tennessee
Tennessee Automotive Association†
Vermont’s Camp Ta-Kum-Ta
South Hero, Vermont
Wade D. Walker†
Rawhide Boys Ranch
New London, Wisconsin
Wisconsin Automobile & Truck
Dealers Association
Gearhart Fire Department Association
Gearhart, Oregon
Marcy Tonkin†
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Coulter Grove School
Maryville, Tennessee
Charles West†
Jefferson Elementary School
Parkersburg, West Virginia
Daniel B. Wharton, Sr.†‡
Bay Area Crisis Nursery
Concord, California
Julie A. Woulfe
* In Memory
‡ Split Grant
† $2,000 Grants (Ambassadors of Distinction)
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Former
Ambassador
Program
Chairmen
William J. Symes
Pasadena, California
Ray Green
Jacksonville, Illinois
Richard N. Kull
Marlton, New Jersey
Charley R. Smith
Hobbs, New Mexico
Alan C. Starling
St. Cloud, Florida
Dale Willey
Lawrence, Kansas
Ambassadors
2011
Nicholas M. Abraham
Ally Financial
Fred Baker
E. Lawrence Barcella†
Leslie Ann Ciccolo Bartolotti
Stacy E. Blackwell
Ted Brodlieb*
William Burke
Robert C. Byers*
Michelle Ciccolo
Derek DeBoer
Winfred S. Dodge
Joe Firment
Richard E. Genthe
Robert Gillingham
Brian Hamilton
Ethos Group - In honor of
Brian Hamilton
Kris Houtonen
Paul Hrnchar, Sr.
Marc Jacobson
Ralph Kalberloh
Lou Kaltenstein
Andrea B. Kelleher
Bruce and Andrea Kelleher
H.W. “Harry” Knust
Juanita R. Leigh†
Rosemary P. Mallon†
Dick Marcellino
J. Paul McMillen
Gary Milan
Leslie Oakland
Brian O’Donnell
James A. Otwell, Jr.†
Gary Panteck
Frank Porter, Jr.
Donald L. Primm
Laura G. Reynolds†
Rusty Eck Ford Inc.
Vincent A. Sheehy, III
Robert R. Shuman
Paul Stephens
Jacob Studor
R. Kyle Treadway
Ashley Dawn Varnedoe
Katherine J. Varnedoe
Phillip R. Varnedoe
Dan Wilder, Jr.
Dewalt Joseph Willard, Jr.
Margaret Ann Williams*
Stu Zalud
2010
William Wesley Bradshaw
I.G. Burton, II†
Virginia “Ginny” Camp
David Penske Family Trust
8
Angie Bradshaw Donovan
Irwin L. Garsten
Ethos Group, in honor of
Brian Hamilton
Betty Jo (Hupp) Hathaway
Thomas R. Hathaway
Benjamin E. Keating
Thomas J. Keating
Mark Lacher
Jessica N. Mungenast
Francis H. Myers
George E. Nahas
Leigh Automotive, in honor
of Paul Peeples
Sally J. Primm
G. Hayden Reynolds
Tami Wilder Rose
Robert Rosenthal
Jim Seavitt
David R. Shepherd
Scott K. Smith
Thornhill Superstore, Inc.
Kenneth C. Vance
Ray Waldron*
Kathryn Reynolds Wayland
Gilmer S. Wharton*
Geneva Willey†
Joseph T. Dockery
Stephen Gabriel*
Natalie Hall
Minerva W. Herrmann*
The Jerome J. and Dorothy H.
Holz Family Foundation
Michael Lazarus
Robert T. Leigh, Sr.*
West Virginia Automobile
and Truck Dealers
Association
Forrest McConnell, Jr.
John P. McEleney
Barron Meade
Joseph D. O’Brien, III*
Pennsylvania Automotive
Association Foundation
J. D. Picard*
Peter G. Pohlmann
Ephraim O. Reynolds*
Hayden L. Reynolds*
Matthew Brandon Smith
W. Carroll Smith
William Carroll “W.C.” Smith
Dale and Jan Willey
Edna V. Willis
2009
Peter Barry
Ernie Bates*
John Baxter
C.M. “Mr. B” Berge*
Nander Brown, Sr.
Kevin Byrne
Steve Cannata
Connecticut Automotive
Retailers Association
David R. Coombs
Jim Ellis Foundation
Michael T. Erwin
F. Gerard FitzPatrick†
Douglass Fox
Leo N. Fox*
Kirt Frye
Thomas Ganley
Howard Hakes
Christine Loveday Hall
The Lathrop and Dorothy
Hoffman Trust
Gerald E. Kasper
Joseph S. Keating
David Lum
Daniel B. McLeod†
Bill McCurley
Sheila Meyer
Jim Moran*
Lisa R. Mungenast
Lawrence J. Page
Automotive Hall of Fame
Elizabeth Myers Borches
Cristine Caron
Wade C. Carter
Central Florida Automobile
Dealers Association
Columbus Automobile
Dealers Association
Phillip Joseph Kelleher
Brian Miller
Alan Mulally
Joseph D. O’Brien, Sr.
Ohio Automobile Dealers
Association
Bill Perkins
L. Thomas Reynolds
Drama Russell
SAMOHT, Inc.
Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc.
Frank A. Ursomarso
Andrew Russell Varnedoe
Joshua Howard Varnedoe
Walter Wainwright
Sally Wilder
2008
Herb G. Adcox
James Auffenberg, Jr.
Ray Dennison
2007
N a t i o n a l A u t o m o b i l e D e a l e r s C h a r i t a b l e F o u nd a t i o n
Alicia Ragsdale
Carleton N. Randall*
James F. Randall*
Donald G. Reynolds*
Gary H. Reynolds
Ted Russell
William C. Smith*
South Carolina
Automobile Dealers
Association
Paul H. Timmers
Toledo Automobile
Dealers Association
Ed Tonkin, Sr.*
Nancy Lou Tonkin*
John E. Tulley
Ann Marie Walker
Roberts V. Weaver, Jr.
Wyoming Automobile
Dealers Association
Kristine Yanofsky*
2006
William D. Barrow
Richard M. Bass
Michael E. Bennett
Bob Billings*
Mattie L. Brown†
Jim Corliss
William K. Dee
John O. Falb
Florida Automobile
Dealers Association
Robert V. Fusco
Donald L. Hall
Iowa Automobile
Dealers Association
Kansas Automobile
Dealers Association
Bruce M. Kelleher
Thomas D. Keery*
Robert M. Kent, Sr.
Louisiana Automobile
Dealers Association
Randy McPherson
Maryland Automobile
Dealers Association
New Mexico Automotive
Dealers Association
Dorothy H. Otwell*
William J. Page
Past Chairmen of the
Greater Cleveland
Automobile Dealers’
Association
Kevin Randall
Harold A. Reese, Sr.*
Drew Revord
W.G. Rodland*
Joseph O. Serra
Stephen J. Smith
Marvin Suskin
Edmund A. Sykora
John C. Symes
Tennessee Automotive
Association
William P. Underriner
Shawn M. Vidmar
West Virginia Automobile
and Truck Dealers
Association
Douglas H. “Wil”
Wilkinson, III
Howard Willey*
Abbott G. “Shorty”
Williams
C. Donald Williamson
Harry D. “Skip” Willis
Jeanni O’Neill Winston
Wisconsin Automobile
and Truck Dealers
Association
2005
BMW of Freehold
Candus Caldwell*
Jeffrey B. Carlson
Grace A. Ciccolo
William G. Cook
Jim Corliss
Stephen J. Courtney
DCH Acura Temecula
DCH Chrysler/Jeep/
Dodge Temecula
DCH Honda of Temecula
Alan W. DeBoer
Stephanie Michelle
Erwin*
John J. Fitzgerald, Jr.
Carl F. Galeana
Richard S. Genthe
Georgia Automobile
Dealers Association
Max H. Graff*
The Greater Metropolitan
Automobile Dealers
Association of
Minnesota, Inc.
Sally Hartwig
Judith K. Herrmann
Mark K. Hollenback*
Anna Grace Holloway
Illinois Automobile
Dealers Association
Donald Jenkins
Cynthia M. Jobs
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Richard W. Keffer, Jr.
Germaine Korum
Deborah L. Kull
John E. Kull
Stephen A. Kull
Susan J. Lanzavecchia
Maine Automobile Dealers
Association, Inc.
Michael C. Martin
Don L. McNeely
Minnesota Automobile
Dealers Association
William F. Morie
Richard L. Morrison
Kurt A. Mungenast
H. Carter Myers, III
New York State
Automobile Dealers
Association
William A. Newman
A. J. M. “Butch” Oustalet, III
Barbara Ann Owens
Leland H. Reynolds*
Joy A. Sanchez
Alfred P. Shockley
State of Washington
Members of the
Dealers Election Action
Committee Presidents
Club
D. Scott Strauss
Lisa Strauss
Tennessee Automotive
Association
Robert L. Thibodeau, Jr.
David W. Westcott
Sharon E. Wharton
Jan Willey
William H. Willis, Jr.
John P. Winston, Sr.*
2004
Annette B. Bradshaw
Angelina D. Brown
Wallace E. Camp, Sr.
Columbus Automobile
Dealers Association
Linda Courter
John D. Daoud
DCH Auto Group
Dealerships
BMW of Bloomfield
DCH Academy Honda
DCH Audi of Oxnard
DCH Brunswick
Toyota
DCH Freehold Nissan
DCH Freehold Toyota
DCH Gardena Honda
DCH Heart Acura
DCH Honda of Lemon
Grove
DCH Honda of Oxnard
DCH Kay Honda
DCH Lexus of Oxnard
DCH Millburn Audi
DCH Montclair Acura
DCH Paramus Honda
DCH Toyota City
DCH Toyota of Oxnard
DCH Toyota of Simi
Valley
DCH Toyota of
Torrance
DCH Tustin Acura
DCH Wappingers Falls
Toyota
Greenwich/Pace BMW
Montclair Jaguar/
Lincoln/Mercury
Montclair Volvo
Saturn of Brunswick
Saturn of Eatontown
Saturn of Freehold
Detroit Automobile
Dealers Association
Thomas S. Dolan
Damien J. Farias
Ford Commercial Truck
Dealers
H. L. Galles, Jr.†
James R. Gee
Joan Moore Hancock
James Hansen
Holcombe A. J. Hughes, Jr.
Roger O. Jobs
Bill Keith
Lester L. King, Jr.†
Richard J. Kull
Michael R. Leep, Sr.
Morton Manes*
Jay Marks
Frank E. McCarthy*
Patricia O’Malley
McCarthy
Robert D. McCormick
Barbara Mungenast
Raymond J. Mungenast
Nebraska New Car
and Truck Dealers
Association
Oregon Automobile
Dealers Association
St. Louis Automobile
Dealers Association
Edward L. Sherwood
Timothy J. Smith
Thomas J. Stevenson
Jim Stutzman, Sr.*
Susan G. Sutliff
Annette Sykora
Patrick Sykora
Texas Automobile Dealers
Association
Larry C. Tucker
Wade D. Walker
Ken Ware
Ruth West
William H. Willis*
2003
Peter E. Blackstock
Larry T. Brown
Freyda Burns
Douglas Callahan
Raymond J. Ciccolo
DCH Auto Group
Theodore Fichtner*
James A. Gorman*
Jay Gorman
James J. Gruccio, Jr.
Robert E. Hemborg
W. B. “Dub” Herring, Jr.
Ted Hitchcock
James R. Jennings
Colleen Kelleher
Joseph G. Kossick, Sr.*
Jim Lupient
Marcy Hnath Maguire
Anne B. Rigney Mallon*
Tommy Mallon*
Bahne Martensen*
Mississippi Automobile
Dealers Association
David F. Mungenast, Jr.
Nevada Franchised Auto
Dealers Association,
Inc.
Joseph D. O’Brien, Jr.
Lynn Owens
Stephen B. Scoville
Doris Sleder*
Julius Sleder*
Lucille M. Strauss
Martin Swanty
Ebe S. Townsend, Sr.*
Ruth C. Tulley*
Rodney Udd
Wade D. Walker
Charles West*
Daniel B. Wharton
James W. Will
Julie A. Woulfe
* In Memory
† Deceased
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Ambassadors (Continued)
2002
Bert Allen
American Service Center,
Mercedes-Benz
Phillip D. Brady
Leslie M. Emerson, Sr.*
Leonard W. Fichtner
A Friend in West Virginia
Stevie Gillman
Greater Hartford
Automobile Dealers
Association
Gail Green
Hall Auto World
Marshall H. Hebert
Paul Scott Holloway
Jack A. Kain
Robert P. Mallon-WSADA
James J. McCormick
Wendell H. Miller
Montana Automobile
Dealers Association
H. Carter Myers, Sr.*
Max H. Pearson
Geoffrey P. Pohanka
W. Michael Shore
Edward A. Soukup*
Dr. Francis N. Taylor*
Wade D. Walker
Wendy A. Whitlow
James A. Willingham
2001
William R. Baierl
Carl L. Barnett, Sr.
Warren W. Braley, Jr.
David M. Conant
Allen G. Courter
David B. Cushman
Alan Feldman
Dennis E. Franks
Gates Automotive Group
The Lewis and Annette
Goodman Fund
Beverly J. Green
The Bill and Marilyn Lane
Family Foundation
Peter Lanzavecchia
Lawrence Lewis
Massachusetts State
Automobile Dealers
Association, Inc.
NADA CEOs from North
Carolina
David Nappa
Martin W. NeSmith
Leonard Northcutt
Darrell G. Reynolds
Merlene Roe
Charley R. Smith
Lynne Smith
W. Carroll Smith
Utah Automobile Dealers
Association
Elizabeth Wells*
Steve West
West Virginia Automobile
and Truck Dealers
Association
Dale Willey
David W. Wilson
2000
Arizona Automobile
Dealers Association
Michael E. Barnard
The Brown-Daub
Foundation
Edward I. Burns
Campbell University
Helen C. Daoud
Edmund S. Elbert†
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Foundation
Irwin L. Garsten
Greater Cleveland
Automobile Dealers’
Association
Fritz Hitchcock
Joe Kelleher*
Lawrence W. Kull
George W. Lyles†
Ellen J. McEleney†
New Jersey Coalition of
Automotive Retailers
Robert H. Oakland
Rhode Island Automobile
Dealers Association
Marcy Tonkin
Peter K. Wallerich
1999
Frank R. Anderson, Jr.†
William R. Baierl
California Motor Car
Dealers Association
(Northern Region)
California Motor Car
Dealers Association
(Southern Region)
Jim Corliss
Jeanne R. Cox
Greater New York
Automobile Dealers
Association, Inc.
Jeff Green
Jill A. Green
Todd Green
Robert J. Maguire
David F. Mungenast, Sr.†
H. Carter Myers, Jr.*
Kent B. Petersen
Scott Reynolds
Ambassador Sustaining Members
William R. Brunner
John Busillo
Tara Winston Conrad
Mara Winston Graham
William Hawkinson
Tor K. Hemborg
Buzz Landis
Frederick Laurenzo
Michael Maguire
Ann Adele Mallon-Knapton
Robert P. Mayberry, Sr.
Danny McCullough*
Jeanni Winston Muir
Ottawa Auto Spa
M. Kathleen Sims
John P. Winston, Jr.
Association Ambassador
Sustaining Members
Arkansas Automobile Dealers Association
Idaho Automobile Dealers Association
Rochester Automobile Dealers’ Association
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The Marion and Robert
Rosenthal Family
Foundation
William B. Scott
Albert M. Serra
Richard F. Smith
Alan C. Starling
Richard E. Strauss
William C. Turnbull†
Robert H. Valenti
Barbara Vidmar
William I. Vidmar
William A. Wolf
1998
Automobile Dealers
Association of
Alabama
Automobile Dealers
Association of
North Dakota
AutoNation, Inc.
Gene Beltz †
Raymond E. Berube, Jr.†
William Bradshaw
Jeanne K. Fichtner
George M. Harvey, Sr.
Mark S. Herrmann
Indianapolis Automobile
Trade Association
Jerry Korum
Mary Anne Kull
James K. Lust
Robert P. Mallon
New Hampshire
Automobile Dealers
Association
North Carolina
Automobile Dealers
Association
Ohio Automobile Dealers
Association
Pennsylvania Automotive
Association (Western
District)
Janet L. Ramble
Donald E. Reichert
Maxwell G. Robinson, Sr.†
Julee W. Smith
South Dakota Automobile
Dealers Association
Joseph R. Yergeau
1997
Jerry M. Bielfield†
Roy M. Carlson
H. E. Derrick, Jr.
Richard F. Evans
A Friend in West Virginia
William Edwards
Hancock, Jr.†
Houston Automobile
Dealers Association
Mel Korum†
Warren J. McEleney
Missouri Automobile
Dealers Association
Pennsylvania Automotive
Association (Eastern
District)
Vermont Automobile
Dealers Association
1996
H. F. Boeckmann, II
Stephen P. Cushman
Tarik S. Daoud
William S. Dodge
Francis J. Gillman*
Paul J. Holloway
Rosemary P. Mallon
Red McCombs
J. Ronald Nowland
Sam H. Pack
Helen B. Payton
S. J. Schumacher
Ron B. Tonkin
Universal Underwriters
Group-Kansas
1995
Leon W. Edwards
Ramsay H. Gillman
Ray Green
Richard N. Kull, Jr.
Gregory L. Sutliff
William J. Symes
Washington State Auto
Dealers Association
James B. Woulfe†
1993-1994
Charles A. Bott†
C. William Briggs†
C. Ed Flandro†
Marvin D. Hartwig†
Arthur H. Kenny†
Kenneth C. Kent†
Richard V. Lynch, Sr.†
Jimmy C. Payton
M. H. “Doc” Yager†
* In Memory
† Deceased
N a t i o n a l A u t o m o b i l e D e a l e r s C h a r i t a b l e F o u nd a t i o n
S
ince 2002, the Frank E. McCarthy
Memorial Fund, has contributed
$190,000 to Canine Companions
for Independence, placing 19 skilled
service dogs with disabled children and
wounded veterans.
Dealer Barry Lundgren (left) and
U.S. Navy veteran Bren Denney
To help the Canine Companions pro-
gram, ADESA auctioned a 2010 HarleyDavidson Softail Deluxe motorcycle at
the 2012 NADA/ATD Convention in
Las Vegas. Massachusetts new-car dealer
Barry Lundgren placed the winning bid
of $18,750.
Bren Denney, a U.S. Navy veteran injured
in Singapore in 2008, was at the highprofile auction. He received his service
dog about three years ago. “There’s so
much more to the relationship between
the dogs and the impaired,” said Denney,
a resident of Alpine, Calif. “I did not
realize it right away, but the emotional joy
these animals provide far outweighs any
physical task they could ever do.”
“ADESA deserves credit for coming
up with a creative way to raise money
for a worthy cause,” said Bob Mallon,
chairman of the NADA Foundation,
which presented Canine Companions
with four $10,000 donations in 2012.
Frank E. McCarthy served as NADA
president for more than 30 years.
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S
ince 1998 grants of $7,000 have been presented each year from the Joseph J. Sanchez
Memorial Fund for students’ emergency needs and from the John P. Winston, Sr.,
Memorial Fund for the study of ethics discipline to a private/independent college or
university in each of the four NADA regions. Since 1990 and 1992, respectively, the Sanchez
and Winston Memorial Funds were gifted at a rate of $5,000 or $3,000. In 2012, it was decided
to continue designating additional gifts of $2,000 (in the case of the Sanchez Fund) and $4,000
(for the Winston Fund) to bring earlier, lesser grants up to the $7,000 level. Ten of those
affected colleges/universities received grants in 2012.
Joseph J. Sanchez Grants
In 1985 the Joseph J. Sanchez
Memorial Fund was established to
honor the memory of the former vice
president and general manager of
the Oldsmobile Division of General
Motors and first president of Saturn Corporation.
Grants worth $528,000 have been dispersed as
of 2012.
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John P. Winston, Sr., Grants
In 1990 the John P. Winston, Sr.,
Memorial Fund was established for
the study of ethics discipline. The
fund honors NADA’s late corporate
secretary, an accomplished attorney
who was dedicated to ethical practices. Grants worth
$490,000 have been dispersed as of 2012.
2012 Sanchez Grant Recipients
2012 Winston Grant Recipients
The following schools received $2,000 from the
Joseph J. Sanchez Memorial Fund in 2012:
The following schools received $4,000 from the
John P. Winston, Sr., Memorial Fund in 2012:
Hartwick College
New York
Harding Univeristy
Arizona
Grand Canyon University
Arizona
Southern Methodist
University
Texas (North)
Southwestern University
Texas (South)
Bates College
Maine
Regis College
Massachusetts
Albion College
Michigan
Madonna University
Michigan
Saint Mary’s College
California (North)
N a t i o n a l A u t o m o b i l e D e a l e r s C h a r i t a b l e F o u nd a t i o n
emergency relief fund
I
mmediately after Hurricane Sandy last
October, NADA donated $1 million to
the foundation’s Emergency Relief Fund
to jump-start a national fund-raising campaign
for dealership employees who suffered damage
to their homes. The fund provides financial
assistance to dealership employees affected by
natural disasters.
In just two short months, more than $1.5 million
was raised. In addition to NADA’s $1 million
contribution, another $500,000 was contributed
by individual dealers, as well as state and metro
dealer associations.
By the end of 2012, in the aftermath of Hurricane
Sandy, 537 dealership employees, mostly from
New York and New Jersey, had received $338,700
in relief assistance from the NADA Foundation’s
Emergency Relief Fund.
Since the fund was established in 1992, nearly
$5 million has been provided to more than 7,700
dealership employees in need.
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Medical Grants
Road Safety Grants
or more than 37 years, new-car and -truck dealers
have donated Little Annie cardiopulmonary
resuscitation (CPR) training manikins to
hospitals, police and fire departments, and schools
across the country from the Medical Grants program of
the NADA Foundation. In 2012, more than100 training
units were donated to organizations in 19 states.
he Foundation expanded its list of philanthropic
initiatives in 2012 to include a new grant
program to help new-car dealers start or
promote road safety initiatives in their communities.
F
Since the program’s inception in 1975, more than
4,600 manikins — with a value of about $3 million
have been donated to organizations in all 50 states and
Washington, D.C.
T
The Road Safety Grant Program provides dealers up
to $500 to sponsor a safety event at their dealerships.
The grants are provided as a matching contribution for
expenses incurred by dealers.
Dealers can use these
grants to host events
to install child passenger safety seats, promote teen and senior
driver safety, educate
consumers about
r ural road safety,
or combat distracted
driving.
Above: Holiday Chevrolet Cadillac in Williamsburg, Va., presents a CPR unit to the
New-Kent Fire Rescue squad. Pictured (left to right): Art Hudgins of Holiday Chevrolet
Cadillac; Justin Call and Bill Keswick, with New Kent Fire & Rescue; and Christie Davis
and Aris Hudgins, also with Holiday Chevrolet Cadillac.
Survivors Relief Fund
The Legacy Program
he Foundation was among the first
organizations to support 9/11 families with
contributions to Scholarship America, making
it possible for the sons and daughters of Americans
killed or permanently disabled during the attacks
in New York, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville,
Pennsylvania, to attend college.
he Foundation’s Legacy Program is an
exceptional vehicle for deliberative estate
planning and conveys the vital community
service role that franchised new-car and -truck dealers
render for the benefit of so many citizens.
T
Initially, $1.6 million was raised through the
Foundation’s Survivors Relief Fund. Since its inception
the fund has provided $648,000 in scholarship aid to
105 students.
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T
The Legacy Program was established 12 years ago
to recognize those who have committed to the
Foundation in their estate planning. It is helpful to
people who wish to take advantage of the Foundation’s
501(c)(3) status. Specific designations may be proposed
by donors in their plans, or a pledge to the Legacy
Program can be specified for any
of the Charitable Foundation’s
programs. In this way, members
of the retail automotive family
are given a unique opportunity
to make bequests that celebrate
their life’s work.
N a t i o n a l A u t o m o b i l e D e a l e r s C h a r i t a b l e F o u nd a t i o n
Memorial Fund
Leadership Council
With gifts to the Charitable Foundation’s Memorial
Fund, dealers and dealer associations remember
deceased friends, family members, and industry
associates who made contributions to the retail auto
and truck industry.
Through the Leadership Council, state and metropolitan
dealer associations honor present and past elected
officers with contributions to the Foundation.
Honorees
Donors
Marcy H. Maguire
Annette Sykora
Warren McEleney
Fulton, Illinois
George L. Miller
Martinsburg, West
Virginia
Gary A. Duncan
John W. Evans, IV
Leonard and Jeanne Fichtner
C. Robert Fulk
Gateway Garden Club
Glenn and Vicky Jenkins
Bruce M. Kelleher
Ruth Lemmon
Chris Miller
Michael and Carol Ratz
Annette Sykora
William P. Underriner
Wade D. Walker
Dan and Sharon Wharton
Jane and Bill Yearout
Anderson Economic Group,
LLC
James Rumsey Technical
Institute
West Virginia Automobile and
Truck Dealers Association
Winchester Automobile
Dealers Association
Annette Sykora
Roxanne Northcutt
Enid, Oklahoma
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Donor
Honorees
California New Car Dealers
Association
Jon McCallan, Chairman
Georgia Automobile Dealers
Association
Steve Harris, Chairman
Automobile Dealers Association
of Indiana, Inc.
Lynn Kimmel, President
Indianapolis Automobile Trade
Association
Len Hunter, President
Automobile Dealers Association
of Greater Kansas City
Steve Kurtz, Chairman
Louisiana Automobile Dealers
Association
G. Michael Hollingsworth,
Chairman
Michigan Automobile Dealers
Association
Douglas R. Fox, President
Greater Metropolitan
Automobile Dealers
Association of Minnesota
Jon Hansen, President
Minnesota Automobile Dealers
Association
Paul Walser, President
Missouri Automobile Dealers
Association
James Feltmann, Jr.,
Chairman
Missouri Automobile Dealers
Association
Mike Anderson, Chairman
Greater Cleveland Automobile
Dealers Association
Dan Sanders, Chairman
Oklahoma Automobile Dealers
Association
David Oakley, Jr.,
Chairman
Greater Pittsburgh Automobile
Dealers Association
Cameron Jones, President
Pennsylvania Automotive
Association
John W. Giambalvo,
Chairman
San Antonio Automobile
Dealers Association
Paul Kane, Chairman
Vermont Automobile Dealers
Association
Mark Saba, President
Virginia Automobile Dealers
Association
Rick Gallaer, Chairman
Washington State Auto Dealers
Association Inc
Doug Overturf, President
West Virginia Automobile and
Truck Dealers Association
Dennis Sheets, Chairman
Wyoming Automobile Dealers
Association
Jim Auge, President
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Revenues
Contributions to the General Fund from dealers and
dealer associations totaled $282,000. Other contributions include: Ambassadors Program, $501,000; Frank E.
McCarthy Memorial Fund, $22,000; Emergency Relief
Fund, $425,000; investment gain totaled $995,000 and
the National Automobile Dealers Association provided
$60,000 for administrative support.
Total Revenues
$2,285,000
Administrative and fundraising expenses totaled
$399,000 in 2012. Grants totaled $92,000 to medical, health care agencies; $109,000 to educational
institutions; and $327,000 to emergency relief. The
Ambassadors Program disbursed $256,000.
$1,183,000
Fund Balance
On January 1, 2012, the Fund balance of the Charitable
Foundation was $8,039,000. A $1,102,000 increase
in net assets brought that balance to $9,141,000 on
December 31, 2012.
January 1, 2012
December 31, 2012
$8,039,000
$9,141,000
Sanchez Fund
The balance of the Sanchez Fund on January 1, 2012,
was $576,000. Investment gain of $66,000; grants of
$4,000, brought the Fund balance to $638,000 on
December 31, 2012.
January 1, 2012
December 31, 2012
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The balance of the Emergency Relief Fund
January 1, 2012, was $118,000. Contributions
$425,000; investment gain of $19,000; grants
$327,000, brought the Fund balance to $235,000
December 31, 2012.
January 1, 2012
December 31, 2012
on
of
of
on
$118,000
$235,000
Ambassadors Program
Expenses
Total Expenses
Emergency Relief Fund
$576,000
$638,000
The balance of the Ambassadors Program on
January 1, 2012, was $5,247,000. Contributions of
$501,000; investment gain of $622,000; grants/other of
$256,000, brought the Fund balance to $6,114,000 on
December 31, 2012.
January 1, 2012
December 31, 2012
$5,247,000
$6,114,000
McCarthy Memorial Fund
The balance of the Frank E. McCarthy Memorial Fund
on January 1, 2012, was $627,000. Contributions of
$22,000; investment gain of $72,000; grants of $40,000,
brought the Fund balance to $681,000 on December 31,
2012.
January 1, 2012
December 31, 2012
$627,000
$681,000
Winston Memorial Fund
The balance of the Winston Memorial Fund on
January 1, 2012, was $491,000. Investment gain of
$55,000; grants of $32,000 brought the Fund balance to
$514,000 on December 31, 2012.
January 1, 2012
December 31, 2012
$491,000
$514,000
N a t i o n a l A u t o m o b i l e D e a l e r s C h a r i t a b l e F o u nd a t i o n
F
ounded in 1975, the National Automobile Dealers Charitable
Foundation is committed to preserving and promoting private
enterprise and personal freedom of mobility.
The Foundation has contributed nearly $13 million to
communities throughout the nation, supporting emergency assistance for dealership employees after natural
disasters, as well as scholarships for deserving students.
As a result of its collaboration with Canine Companions
for Independence, the Foundation provides trained assistance dogs for children and wounded warriors.
The Foundation has been recognized nationally for providing assistance (through Scholarship America) to family
members of the 9/11 victims, as well as for its efforts after
Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf states, Hurricane Sandy
in the Northeast and the 2011 earthquake and tsunami
in Japan.
Funding
The Foundation is funded by franchised new-car and
-truck dealers and friends. Each year, thousands of
contributions are received from those who seek to express
their thanks to their communities.
The Foundation welcomes inquiries about any of its
programs. Gifts to the National Automobile Dealers
Charitable Foundation are tax-deductible as charitable
contributions. The support of every dealer and friend of
the industry, as well as that of any individual who believes
in the objectives of the Foundation, is welcomed and
encouraged. Your generosity guarantees the continuation
of the Foundation’s good works!
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