In 2020, GM announced its intention to become the most inclusive company in the world—from attracting and retaining a diverse workforce to providing developmental opportunities so every employee can realize professional growth throughout their career with GM.
To close out the summer festival season, GM has joined Accessible Festivals’ charitable efforts to create a more accessible and inclusive live music experience. GM invited four diverse artists to use actual GM vehicle hoods as canvases to express their neighborhood love. Once completed, their hoods were placed on display at one of the biggest and most diverse music festivals of the year, Made In America.
The hoods are available for purchase via a charitable Neighbor Hoods Auction. Just like the neighborhoods they represent, these pieces are one of a kind. The money raised from this auction will go to two separate charities: Accessible Festivals, to support our mission of making live music accessible to all abilities, and EVNoire, a national organization focused on E-Mobility best practices and E-Mobility diversity, equity & inclusion.
Now’s your chance to support Accessible Festivals, ENVoire, and GM’s DEI initiatives and own a stunning piece of art by taking part in the Neighbor Hoods auction. Once the auction ends they hit the road so don’t miss your chance to support an amazing cause by bidding or sharing!
Neighbor Hoods Auction link: https://www.32auctions.com/neighbor-hoodsauction
Accessible Festivals Founder & President, Austin Whitney, and Accessible Festivals Executive Director, Amy Pinder, joined members of GM’s DEI team at Made in America Festival.