Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) is continuing its long-standing support for environmental and wildlife organisations in Southern Africa through the Ford Wildlife Foundation (FWF) – with five new and eight existing conservation projects receiving Ford Ranger Double Cab 4x4 pickups, on a two-year loan, during 2019.
Ford Motor Company volunteers continue improving and changing people’s lives as part of the company’s annual Global Caring Month, held in September each year. In 2019, 30 organisations were supported by employees from Ford’s Silverton Assembly Plant in Pretoria, the Struandale Engine Plant in Port Elizabeth, along with Ford dealers in South Africa and Southern Africa.
In place of Santa’s trusted sleigh, the charitable project – which forms part of the Joy of Giving (JOG) Trust – turned to Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) for assistance once again for 2019. The company happily obliged, supplying the Santa Shoebox Project with two Transit Custom vans at the end of September to use for an exceptionally busy 12-week period as the gifts – which are all donated to the organisation – were collected and ultimately delivered to more than 1 000 recipient facilities through 60 satellites in South Africa and Namibia.
Drive. You either have it or you don’t. And for those of you who are starting university in the new year, you clearly have it. You know just what can be achieved when you decide to push beyond the boundaries, to go further.
Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) is celebrating the remarkable career of its longest-serving employee during its 96-year local history. Graham Boswell retired in September 2019 after having served the company for a truly exceptional 47 years.
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