Hyundai’s “Hope on Wheels” program donated $75,000 to Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo. Tuesday, local children affected by cancer placed colorful handprints on a new SUV
Hyundai’s Hope On Wheels will present the University of Minnesota Children’s Hospital with the Hyundai Young Investigators Clinical Award. The hospital is one of 13 institutions receiving the award.
Although many automakers sponsor charities, Hyundai is remarkably hands on with Hyundai’s Hope on Wheels.
Ashley, who turned 11 Saturday,is a national youth ambassador for Hyundai Hope On Wheels, a nonprofit organization that raises money and advocates for research to cure pediatric cancer.
New Orleans Children's Hospital received a $75,000 Hyundai Hope On Wheels Clinical Grant for pediatric cancer research and programs.
Rady Children's Hospital received a $75,000 Young Investigators Clinical Award to support doctors' efforts in developing treatments for certain types of brain cancer.
Phoenix Children's Hospital received a $75,000 Hyundai Hope On Wheels Clinical Grant for pediatric cancer research and programs.
Tom Scheurn, president of the Valley Hyundai Dealers Association, presented a check to PCH Attending Physician Pooja Hingorani on Tuesday as part of Hyundai's Hope on Wheels program.
Singer Michelle Williams teams up with non-profit “Hyundai Hope on Wheels” to raise awareness and research funds for pediatric cancer.
Hyundai Motor America and its dealers have been fighting the war on pediatric cancer for more than 15 years, and to date, they have raised more than $86 million in research funds through their non-profit organization, Hyundai Hope on Wheels.