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The SBB Research Group Foundation Sponsors Automotive Mentoring Group

The Automotive Mentoring Group collaborated in a volunteer initiative alongside the SBB Research Group Foundation, which partners with local nonprofits through its Champion A Charity Program.


The SBBRG Foundation and the Automotive Mentoring Group (AMG) recently co-hosted an event aimed at community improvement and philanthropic awareness. Organized by Alan Handler, the gathering brought together seven family offices for an exclusive tour and presentation at the AMG garages.


AMG, established in 2007, has provided opportunities for over 300 young individuals to develop workforce skills. The organization's commitment to mentorship and skill-building has had a positive impact on both participants and their communities.

The event commenced with a guided tour of the AMG garages by Founder Alex Levesque, alongside students and mentors. Attendees observed firsthand AMG's transformative work, from its advanced training facilities to success stories of program graduates. The objective was to showcase AMG's tangible impact.


The collaboration between SBBRG Foundation and AMG underscores the value of collective effort and shared responsibility in fostering community engagement beyond financial support. The event aimed to forge lasting partnerships to propel AMG's mission forward.


For more details, please visit www.amgmentoring.org.

 

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