Southfield (CW50) – On this week’s STREET BEAT, Lisa Germani sits down with four car companies in Detroit to discuss how they give back to their communities through foundations and partnerships. First, Ron Stallworth, Lead of External Affairs – Wayne County for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, discusses the FCA Foundation and its impact on Detroit.

Ron Stallworth, Lead of External Affairs – Wayne County for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, with Street Beat Host Lisa Germani (Credit: Meggan Jacobs/CW50)

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Next, Shawn Thompson, Community Engagement Manager for the Ford Motor Company Fund, talks about the history of the Ford Fund and how they invest in the community across Southeastern Michigan.

Shawn Thompson, Community Engagement Manager for the Ford Motor Company Fund, with Street Beat Host Lisa Germani (Credit: Meggan Jacobs/CW50)

Then, Heidi Magyar, Director of Corporate Giving for General Motors, and Genna Young, Manager of Detroit Community Partnership for General Motors, explain how GM invests in mobility, employability and livability in Detroit.

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Heidi Magyar, Director of Corporate Giving for General Motors, and Genna Young, Manager of Detroit Community Partnership for General Motors (Credit: Meggan Jacobs/CW50)

Lastly, Praveena Ramaswami, Community Relations and Corporate Communications for Toyota Motor North America, talks about the partnerships Toyota has made to improve education in Michigan.

Praveena Ramaswami, Community Relations and Corporate Communications for Toyota Motor North America (Credit: Meggan Jacobs/CW50)

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