Wherever People Are In Need, RAM Nation Is There To Lend A Hand

Since 2012, RAM truck owners with a strong sense of community service have chosen to lend a helping hand to those in need with the RAM Nation volunteer corps.

Most recently, members of RAM Nation flocked to central Texas this past spring, to help those affected by flooding. RAM Nation teamed-up with RAM Trucks dealers, as well as long-term volunteer-work partner First Response Team of America, to aid in recovery and relief efforts in the region. RAM Trucks and the FCA Foundation also made a joint $100,000 donation to the First Response Team to aid in current and future efforts in the hard-hit communities of Wimberley and San Marcos, Texas.

When the RAM Nation volunteer corps was first formed in 2012, it was very much a grassroots organization of concerned RAM truck owners. In the wake of a destructive tornado in Joplin, Missouri, the first members of RAM Nation showed up with their own pickups and simply asked how they could help. Although the organization has grown substantially since that time, its core mission remains the same: assisting those in-need by putting themselves, their pickups, and occasionally their pockets, to work.

Aaron Birch is an automotive enthusiast and writer/filmmaker from Detroit, MI. As a rule, he only buys cars older than himself.

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