The Jim Hudson Automotive Group presented a combined gift of $200,000 to local food banks, including Harvest Hope Food Bank. Matching grants from Toyota and Lexus also contributed to this fund.
"We believe that we have a responsibility to give back to the areas we serve,"
stated Mr. Hudson. This is the seventh year in a row The Jim Hudson Automotive Group has donated to food banks at this level.
Jim Hudson's commitment to the community has been demonstrated through multiple acts of kindness towards families and individuals in need. Over the past six years, Jim Hudson has donated millions of meals to The Harvest Hope Food Bank through their annual Jim Hudson 2,000 Event. The Automotive Group provides shelter, food, clothing and counseling to homeless women and children by donating to the Oliver Gospel Mission for their new construction of Toby’s Place facility. Jim Hudson has also contributed over 200,000 to the American Red Cross and donates regularly to other local charities including the Special Olympics, D.A.R.E., The South Carolina Troopers Association and the American Red Cross. In addition, Jim Hudson has personally served as a sponsor for the charitable organizations of Sunshine for Children, The Heart Association, The National Kidney Foundation, Meals on Wheels and The Boy Scouts of American Indian Waters Council. In recognition for all his charitable work, Jim Hudson was presented with the Order of the Palmetto by Governor Nikki R. Haley, the state’s highest honor, for his extraordinary work and dedication to the citizens of South Carolina.