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GM Financial Names Charities

gmGM Financial announced selection of its primary philanthropic initiatives, or "Signature Events," for 2013: March of Dimes, Salvation Army and United Way.

GM Financial's philanthropic initiatives were chosen based on employee interest, breadth of communities and people served, and availability of volunteer opportunities for its team members. The company has supported both the March of Dimes and United Way for 17 consecutive years and the Salvation Army for 12. In 2012, GM Financial and its employees supported dozens of local and national charities through contributions of time and money.

To encourage employee participation in charitable organizations, GM Financial offers team members eight hours of paid time off to volunteer each quarter. The company also contributes to the nonprofit agencies for which its employees volunteer. As part of its "Dollars for Doers" program, GM Financial donates $5 for every hour, up to 50 hours per year, that team members spend volunteering outside of work hours.