Ford Country donated $8,800 over the summer to Grant a Gift Autism Foundation

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

When the weather is hot, we turn up the charity! During the summer months, every time the weather reached 100 degrees or more, Ford Country would donate $100 to the Grant a Gift Autism Foundation. Out of the ninety-three days of summer, eighty-eight of them were equal to or more than 100 degrees!

The promotion ran hand-in-hand with KVVU Fox 5 News in the Morning who kept the official weather count for Ford Country.

Grant a Gift’s mission is to help children, young adults and their families master autism by providing assessment and treatment funding; combined with support services, vocational training and transition planning. To learn more about Grant a Gift, or if you’d like to see how you can get involved and/or donate, please go to


Ford Country Las Vegas, part of the Gaudin Motor Company family, was established in 1996 and continues to lead in the industry as the number one Ford Dealer in the city. Located in the Henderson Valley Auto Mall, Ford Country is made up of highly trained professionals who share a steadfast commitment to its customers and their needs. Ford Country is designed to serve as both a credited dealership, anchored by a state-of-the-art open showroom, and a full-service automotive department that features Quick Lane maintenance for customer convenience. The facility also invites guests to dine at Ford Country’s popular Mustang Sally’s Diner, adjacent to the showroom and features 60s style décor and delicious diner-style cuisine.


Gaudin Motor Company and the Ackerman Family are proud to support Grant a Gift Autism Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) organization helping children, youth and their families fight Autism. Their goal is to provide family-centered care through programs and services and help prepare individuals with Autism to live as independent adults with functioning roles in the community. Gaudin Motor Company and the Ackerman Family have committed to major financial contributions to ensure The Center for Autism is helping those affected by spectrum disorders for years to come. The Center will provide medical research, diagnostics, clinical care, speech occupational behavior therapy, family support and education, public outreach, and advocacy, all under one roof.

Ford Country donated $8,800 over the summer to Grant a Gift Autism Foundation

Ford Country donated $8,800 over the summer to Grant a Gift Autism Foundation