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Hyundai Hope donates $25,000 to SafeKids, Children's Hospital of Savannah
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Hyundai donated $25,000 to SafeKids and Children’s Hospital of Savannah on Friday, Sept. 8, 2022. Shown are, front row, left to right, Vanessa Perez, Corporate Social Responsibility & External Relations, Huynbdai Motor America; Andy Chen, North American Safety Office, Hyundai Corporation, Brandon Ramirez, Director Corporate Social Responsibility & External Relations, Hyundai Motor America; Heather Newsome, Assistant Chief Nursing Officer, Children’s Hospital of Savannah; Jenna Morris, SafeKids Coordinator, Children’s Hospital of Savannah; Kristen King, Child Life Manager, Children’s Hospital of Savannah Laura Dow, Chief Financial Officer, Memorial Health. In back are, from left, Terrance Ross, Hyundai of Savannah, Shelly Harrell, VP Business Development, Memorial Health, Chris Schimek, General Manager, Hyundai of Savannah; Todd Isbell, Chief Nursing Officer, Memorial Health, David Hoffenberg, Chief Operating Officer, Memorial Health; Katie Van Hook, Assistant Chief Nursing Officer, Memorial Health, Les Fussell, Richmond Hill City Council; Chief Brendon Greene, Richmond Hill Fire Department.

Hyundai Hope donated $25,000 to SafeKids and Children's Hospital of Savannah on Friday, Sept. 8. The donation will help  support car seat checks, free car seats and education workshops.  SafeKids and the Children’s Hospital of Savannah will be at the rescheduled Kid Safety Day at J.F. Gregory Park, which has been rescheduled  to Oct. 8, along with representatives from Hyundai to kick off this partnership by doing car seat checks and giving away car seats to those in need. 

Hyundai Motor Company is building its first electric vehicle plant in the U.S. at the Bryan County Mega-Site, a $5.5 billion investment that is expected to bring 8,100 jobs to the area. The company hopes  to begin production in 2024.

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