General Motors and The General Motors Foundation have been doing a lot of giving recently. For its next round of contributions, the GM subsidiary will provide the proceeds from the auction of the first 2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport to the SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) Foundation, with the funds destined for the organization’s educational science, technology, engineering, and mathematics educational programs (STEM).
General Motors Foundation has been supporting SAE for some time now by providing financial grants and other assistance with nearly 1,500 mentors and volunteers. Coincidentally, GM’s head of global product development Mary Barra became the first woman to win the SAE Foundation’s Industry Leadership Award in the organization’s 25-year history this year.
And to sweeten the pot, the auction for the first CTS Vsport will not only include a shiny new 2014 CTS, but also a performance driving school package.