- Associated Press - Sunday, September 7, 2014

DETROIT (AP) - General Motors employees from across the U.S. plan to spend this coming week volunteering their time to do some good.

The annual teamGM Cares Week gets underway on Monday and runs through Friday.

In a statement, GM CEO Mary Barra says the Detroit-based automaker “is dedicated to giving back and supporting the communities in which we live and work.”

As part of the effort, volunteers from GM’s IT Innovation Center in Chandler, Arizona, have partnered with Build-A-Bear to provide stuffed animals to kids at Cardon Children’s Medical Center.

In GM’s home state, volunteers from the Warren Technical Center will assist at local food banks.

Volunteer projects as part of teamGM Cares Week also are planned in Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, New York, Ohio and Texas.




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