General Motors Announces $3 Million in Grants to NonprofitsBackDETROIT – This week, General Motors announced charitable investments in the communities surrounding its U.S. manufacturing facilities, providing grants to 157 nonprofit organizations totaling $3 million. The grants were provided through GM’s Community Impact Grants program, which was created in 2010 to empower local GM leaders and employees to direct funding toward nonprofit organizations addressing local issues facing their communities. Toledo, Ohio: Seven grants totaling $100,000, one of which supports the Kitty Todd Nature Preserve, an organization that GM employees have volunteered with for 20 years. GM has provided more than $13 million through the Community Impact Grants program since 2019. In 2022, GM provided $60 million to more than 400 nonprofits dedicated to helping create inclusive solutions to social issues around the world.