Chrysler first partnered with No Kid Hungry in 2018 to help in their goal of ending childhood hunger
The Chrysler brand is expanding its partnership with No Kid Hungry, a national campaign focused on ending child hunger in America. Since it began in 2010, No Kid Hungry has provided more than 1 billion meals to kids in need, and helped cut childhood hunger in America by one third. Starting now until the end of the school year, with the sale of every Pacifica, Chrysler will make a contribution that will help No Kid Hungry provide hundreds of meals to kids across the country.
“Chrysler first partnered with No Kid Hungry in 2018 to help in their goal of ending childhood hunger,” said Tim Kuniskis, Global Head of Alfa Romeo and Head of Passenger Cars – Dodge, SRT, Chrysler and FIAT, FCA – North America. “As a brand that is focused on making life easier for families, we at Chrysler want to continue to help those in need and make it easier for families to help others. So with each Pacifica sold, we’ll help No Kid Hungry provide up to 500 meals to kids in need with the goal of providing up to 10 million meals.”
“One in seven kids in America live in families that struggle with hunger. We know a hungry child can’t learn, can’t focus, can’t be who they want to be,” said Tom Nelson, President and CEO, Share Our Strength. “We are so grateful for Chrysler’s support of our work to ensure kids have the food they need to thrive.”
Building on its efforts to get meals to kids who need them, the Chrysler brand is also working to make things financially easier for all families with Chrysler Pacifica Family Pricing.
Chrysler Pacifica Family Pricing takes the negotiating out of the experience and gives all customers the same great discount. Beginning 19 March, Pacifica Family Pricing plus zero-per cent financing for 60 months is included on every 2020 model year Chrysler Pacifica from the Pacifica Touring to the Pacifica Hybrid Limited. For a limited time, no payments for 90 days is also available on gasoline-powered Pacifica models.