SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ram Truck brand today, with the support of Chrysler Group LLC's Southwest Business Center in Dallas, delivered mounds of fresh man-made snow, a new 2014 ProMaster 2500 Series Cargo Van filled with toys, diapers and other supplies, plus a $25,000 grant from The Chrysler Foundation to support injured United States military personnel and their families at the Warrior & Family Support Center (W&FSC) at the San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC).
The donations, which were presented to the Air Warrior Courage Foundation, were timed to coincide with the W&FSC's annual holiday party, making for a festive celebration like none other.
"The Ram Brand considers it an honor and a privilege to provide the all-new 2014 ProMaster van to support service members and their families who have played a vital role in in keeping America safe and free," said Reid Bigland, President and CEO, Ram Truck Brand. "In recognition of their distinguished service and personal sacrifices, we've customized the exterior of this ProMaster van with an American flag – inspired vehicle wrap that is sure to get noticed."The all-new 2014 Ram ProMaster is Ram Commercial's latest addition to its popular vehicle lineup. ProMaster takes its place in the expanding, purpose-built, full-size van segment with a number of best-in-class features focused on the commercial customer. "The Air Warrior Courage Foundation is delighted by The Chrysler Foundation and RAM Truck brand support," said David Brog, executive director, Air Warrior Courage Foundation. "These gifts will be used to support the Warrior & Family Support Center, including Christmas gifts for the children who visit with their families, as well as to support the many other essential support programs provided by the Center." The AWCF has been supporting wounded warriors and their families at SAMMC for more than eight years. The W&FSC is the community center at the military hospital complex that provides major support to wounded warriors and their families, including emotional support, referrals and rehabilitation to cope with war related disabilities.