JAMGL Gets 25,000 Gift

April 7, 2008
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HOLLAND — Magna Donnelly and Magna Electronics, two operating units of Magna International, and Toyota announced last week a $25,000 gift to Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes during a ceremony in Holland.

According to a news release, the donation will be used to provide programs that advance innovation and entrepreneurship in a global economy to students in West Michigan.

“Magna Donnelly is thrilled to partner with Toyota in supporting JA’s outstanding work in helping prepare Michigan students to enter a global workforce.” Jim Brodie, group vice president, Magna Mirrors North America, said.

Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes also has offices in Grand Haven, Traverse City and Boyne City, where the Northern Service Office is located, providing programs to students in northern Michigan, including the Upper Peninsula.

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