General Motors (GM), one of the world's largest automakers, funded the Rainbow Library Program of the Gay Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), as reflected in the company's 2021 Social Impact Report. GLSEN is a woke organization that publishes books with transgender content and supplies them to minors:
GM provided a grant to GLSEN to support The Rainbow Library, which provides supportive curriculum materials and book sets that are LGBTQ+ centered, racially diverse and multicultural to K-12 schools. This innovative program also provides ongoing support and professional guidance for educators to create inclusive, supportive and identity-safe classrooms nationwide.
What GM does not highlight in its report is the amount it allocated to the woke organization. What there is a sample of is "$86.7 million in cash and in-kind donations to nonprofits working to help create inclusive solutions to social issues around the world," according to The Epoch Times.
"Driving substantive cultural progress."
The vice president of marketing for Chevrolet, a GM-owned company, Steve Majoros, confirmed the manufacturer's donation to the trans organization:
With this latest LGBTQ+ focused partnership, we are building on that history and reinforcing Chevy’s commitment to driving substantive cultural progress.
In addition, a spokesperson for the automotive group told The Epoch Times that they are committed to supporting different causes such as transgenderism:
In recent years, GM and Chevrolet have provided grants to GLSEN to support their work to create safe, supportive and LGBTQ-inclusive learning environments for students. This is just one of the many initiatives and causes that GM has supported as the company provides philanthropic grants to hundreds of nonprofits each year.