Components and Production Systems
Explore the region’s 35 manufacturing facilities as well as the many other FCA facilities located around the world.
Our impact on the Region
To ensure that all members of the FCA Group’s workforce act with the highest level of integrity, comply with applicable laws, and build a better future for our Company and the communities in which we do business, we uphold the values of the Company’s Code of Conduct. Also, learn about our support of the goals of the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act.
Our commitment to diversity, and diversity-related programs, is woven into our culture. If you’d like to help us continue to drive innovation, explore career opportunities.
We are extremely proud of our recent success in the increasing number of minority-owned FCA dealerships across the United States. We are dedicated to the development and growth of minority dealership owners, and have set up a number of programs to further the careers of our candidates.
Future Dealer Candidate Development ProgramExisting minority managers learn all aspects of owning and operating a dealership.
National Dealer Council RepresentationTo ensure representation, we reserve one seat for a minority dealer on our National Dealer Council.
National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers (NAMAD)Each year, the Company makes a significant donation to NAMAD to support training and education programs for minority dealers.
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Chrysler Minority Dealers Association (CMDA)As an organization made up of FCA minority dealers, CMDA provides subsidized dealer training initiatives, business networking and coaching opportunities for FCA minority dealers.
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In addition to the minority dealership programs, we are committed to creating a diverse and sustainable supply base that directly reflects our customer base. Since 1983, we have purchased nearly $62 billion from diverse suppliers. Our dedication to supplier diversity has led us to create innovative programs, such as our annual MatchMaker event, which provides minority-owned, women-owned and veteran-owned businesses access to our leadership and buyers, tier one suppliers and leaders from advocacy and certifying organizations. MatchMaker has generated more than $3.0 billion in new business opportunities for minority, women and veteran-owned suppliers since 2000.
We are devoted to providing a helping hand through various charitable programs focused on building a better global community. Learn more about the big and small ways the company donates its time, attention and resources toward civic advancement.
The FCA Foundation, the charitable arm of FCA US, invests in U.S. charitable organizations and initiatives that help empower people, build strong, resilient communities and generate meaningful and measurable societal impacts.
Since 2009, the FCA Foundation has made nearly $30 million in grants to a wide range of local and national nonprofits, focusing on four foundational pillars: youth development, education, support for veterans, active military and their families, and community service.
The FCA Foundation conducts annual research on charitable initiatives that align with its objectives and foundational pillars. Grant proposals are by invitation only.
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Beyond financial contributions, FCA US encourages its salaried employees in the U.S., Canada and Mexico to donate their time, energy and expertise in the communities where they live and work.
Through the Motor Citizens volunteer program, FCA US employees can spend 18 hours of paid time off to volunteer for individual and company-sponsored programs. Motor Citizens volunteers have been instrumental in supporting disaster relief efforts, mentoring, cleaning up streams and rivers, packaging and delivering food and other supplies to those in need, and supporting hundreds of other community service initiatives. In 2018 alone, employees volunteered nearly 60,000 hours of support. Learn more >