Because we care.

At Chevrolet, we're committed to continuing an over-100-year legacy of caring. It's why we've supported the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer®1 program for ten years in a row. It's why together we've contributed over $13 million to the cause so far. And, it's why we're dedicated to helping make it so that no one - from survivors, to those currently undergoing treatment, to the more than 250,000 people who will be diagnosed this year - has to face breast cancer alone.

1The American Cancer Society does not endorse any product or service. Making Strides and Making Strides Against Breast Cancer are registered trademarks of the American Cancer Society, Inc.

When we work together we can make a difference.

Each time #IDriveFor is used on Twitter or Instagram in the month of October, Chevrolet will contribute $5 to the American Cancer Society® until we reach our $220,000 goal.

Every step helps save lives.

It's easy to support the cause. You can make a contribution, help raise awareness or show your support with Chevy Cares merch. All it takes is a few simple steps.

Make a contribution.

Every dollar counts when it comes to saving lives. The American
Cancer Society® uses your contributions to fund research, provide
support services and ensure access to screening.

Learn about early detection.

Regular screenings can help diagnose breast cancer early on,
making these check-ups a key strategy to making strides against
the disease.

Support the cause.

Wear your support on your sleeve and see how you can show the world that you stand against breast cancer.

Put your points to work.

MyRewards proudly supports the American Cancer Society® in their fight against breast cancer, and you can help. Throughout October, MyRewards Members can donate 1,000 points (a $5 value donation) to support Making Strides Against Breast Cancer®.

Donate Points

Join a movement.

Our path may be different this year, but the goal is the same. Find how you can start or join a virtual team, sign up for virtual walks and more.

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