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Going the Distance 'Virtually' for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

John Stevens and his family didn’t let the COVID-19 pandemic stop their annual tradition of supporting the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, whose mission is to find a cure and help families with resources as they deal with the challenges of childhood brain tumors.

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Honda of America, Mfg. Donates a Honda CR-V to Addiction Recovery Center

In an effort to make the recovery process a bit smoother for some deserving young people in Ohio, Honda of America Mfg., in partnership with its suppliers, recently donated a 2020 Honda CR-V to Maryhaven, central Ohio’s largest and most comprehensive behavioral health services provider specializing in addiction recovery.

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Honda partners with Mid-Ohio Food Collective for food distribution

For more than 20 years, Honda has supported the Mid-Ohio Foodbank Collective (MOFC) in the fight against hunger and food insecurity. On Saturday, July 18, Honda volunteers partnered with the MOFC and The Ohio National Guard to distribute food to more than 350 people in the Marysville area.

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Honda Hosts Twelve African-American Co-Ops This Summer

This summer, Honda is hosting eight co-ops from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), and they, along with four other African-American co-ops, will be part of a pilot program to ensure the students have a successful learning experience in this unusual era of social distancing.

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SRLA Volunteers Go the Extra Mile for Underrepresented Students

In Honda’s 23rd year of support for Students Run Los Angeles (SRLA), the company launched a mentorship program leading up to the 2020 Los Angeles Marathon to deepen the connection between associates and local SRLA students and help bridge the gap between high school and college.

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Honda Associates, Families Helping in a Variety of Ways

Honda associates and their families have stepped up to help their neighbors and their communities as the needs have continued during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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