Mazda and the SPCA for Monterey County
Mazda’s main job as a company is to make great new cars. They constantly upgrade and come out with new and helpful technologies to make driver’s lives easier. There is so much more to them as a company though. They also care about the world around them. This month, the Mazda Foundation (USA) Inc. donated money to the SPCA for Monterey County. They generously gave them a $25,000 grant that will go to a great cause. Mazda and the SPCA for Monterey County have a history of working together.
The SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) for Monterey County is a nonprofit, independent, donor-supported humane society that has been serving the animals and people of Monterey Country since 1905. They help shelter homeless, neglected, and abused pets and livestock while also providing humane education and other services to the community. They also investigate animal cruelty, rescue, rehabilitation of injured wildlife and aid domestic animals in distress. Mazda has been a long time supporter of the SPCA. They have worked with the SPCA in some capacity since 2007 and they are happy to be carrying on the tradition.
The Mazda Foundation (USA) Inc is a branch of Mazda that is dedicated to giving back to the communities where they operate. Since 1992, It has awarded over $8 million to worthwhile causes across the United States. Mazda has partnered with the SPCA for a variety of events like having MUTTS Comics stars Mooch and Earl at the Mazda race track and naming animals after Mazda racers. The partnership is beneficial to both parties and has helped save countless animals.
Mazda is an example of a company that gives back to the community. Come to Mazda of Lodi and support a company that supports the SPCA. Schedule a test drive today and don’t be afraid to keep your four legged friend in mind when you pick a new vehicle. We just know your pet will love riding along in the Mazda CX-5. Mazda knows how important animals are to the lives of Mazda drivers.