Honda Teams Up With Omaze To Offer Civic Type R Trifecta As A Prize

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Omaze is an online fundraising platform that has teamed up with Honda. They have prepared a very special prize for driving lovers of North America. The prize is a 2021 Honda Civic Type R Limited Edition with an American serial plate: 001. Plus, the random winner will have a chance to experience driving with Colton Herta, the Honda IndyCar driver.

If you want to be that lucky winner, you have to participate in a donation. This donation belongs to one of Honda’s partners, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. This organization supports 47 public Historically Black colleges and Universities. It supports medical schools and law schools as well. It is the nation’s biggest organization for the Black College Community.

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So, here is the deal. You take part in a fulfilling a good deed and if you are lucky enough, you will have the chance to win the Honda Civic Type R Trifecta. The donation started two days ago and will end on Feb. 18, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

Yvette Hunsicker, the vice president and Corporate Social Responsibility and the Office of Inclusion and Diversity, American Honda Motor Co., Inc. says,

”We're excited to link Honda's 'racing spirit' and the all-new Civic Type R Limited Edition to benefit Historically Black Colleges and Universities and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. One lucky Type R fan is going to take home a very special vehicle and have an exclusive driving experience at a Honda track with Colton Herta, while helping support the needs of HBCU students navigating their education during COVID-19.”

The Thurgood Marshall College Fund, is currently running a COVID-19 Emergency Fund as well as raising money for the Black College community. This emergency fund, helps students with technology, mental health, housing and food insecurity areas.

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