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GM Financial To Donate 50,000 Face Masks To Fort Worth ISD

Fort Worth-based GM Financial is helping thousands of North Texas students, teachers and staff members have a fresh disposable face mask to wear each day at school, by donating 50,000 masks to Fort Worth ISD.

“As a Fort Worth-based company with a large operation in Arlington and nearly 5,000 employees in the metroplex, GM Financial has a long-standing commitment to supporting the health and welfare of the communities where we live and work,” said Dan Berce, President and CEO of GM Financial. “With the continued threat of COVID-19, these masks are one way we can contribute to a safe learning and working environment for two of our local school districts.”

GM Financial’ s mask donations join a larger effort by its parent company General Motors, which will have donated more than 6 million masks by the end of September. 

“We believe the best place for a child to learn is in the classroom, with a teacher”, said Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Kent P. Scribner. “And for those learning on campus our overarching priority is the health and safety of students, teachers, staff and the community. GM Financial’s generous donation of 50,000 masks has a major impact on helping us help children and our employees.” 

GM Financial is the largest employer in downtown Fort Worth, with nearly 1,000 employees at its corporate headquarters and another 3,300 working in its three operations centers in Arlington. Overall, GM Financial and GM employ more than 13,000 Texans in facilities across the state. 

Also, another 50,000 masks are being donated to the Arlington and San Antonio ISDs.

General Motors Financial Company, Inc. is the wholly-owned captive finance subsidiary of General Motors Company and is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. For more information, visit