Ford has been a loyal friend of DAV since 1922, when Henry Ford provided 50 Model T Fords to help disabled World War I veterans attend the organization’s second national convention.
Ford continues lending its support today by donating vans for use in DAV’s nationwide Transportation Network program. Through the generosity of their grants, 231 vehicles have been purchased and donated to this program. The program is fueled by tens of thousands of volunteers who drive veterans to and from medical appointments across the U.S.
Ford is also a major contributor to the Jesse Brown Memorial Youth Scholarship.
DAV members receive savings on Ford and Lincoln vehicles as well as up to $1,000 reimbursement to adapt their vehicle to fit their needs through the Ford Mobility Motoring program.
Thank you to the Ford Motor Company for their support of veterans and DAV!