KATHMANDU, Sept 28: Ford Motor Company kicked off the 11th annual Global Caring Month in September with Ford volunteers from more than three dozen countries around the world signing up for community projects, including a growing number of emerging markets from Cambodia to Laos, and Myanmar to Samoa, a statement received on Wednesday said.
"Some 36 employees from GO Ford -- the authorized distributor of Ford in Nepal, will work with Round Table Nepal in Koseli Foundation to provide a series of activities to create an equal opportunityy for underprivileged children to acquire knowledge and education, according to a press release of the company," it added.
David Westerman, managing director -- Malaysia and Asia Pacific Emerging Markets, Ford Motor Company, said that the Ford Global Caring Month is one of the many ways Ford and its employees go further to improve the quality of life for people in the communities where we live and work.
"From improving schools, constructing water wells and aiding with animal welfare, our employees and dealers across the region truly embrace the company's legacy of caring.
The volunteers' actions in giving back to their communities definitely inspire us all,” he said in the statement.