At this year's BET awards, Nissan came back as a key sponsor. However, instead of advertising vehicles, Aurora, CO, drivers saw Nissan use its airtime to reinforce its commitment to drive innovation and amplify the voice of Black Girls CODE. By supporting the BET Awards and Black Girls CODE, Nissan continues its efforts to support everything from education to humanitarian relief.

Learn more about what Nissan is doing to support communities around Denver and beyond.

How Nissan is Making a Difference

Nissan has supported communities around Centennial and throughout the country for the past 40 years through long-standing nonprofit partnerships in areas of education, environmental stewardship, and humanitarian relief. The Nissan established the Nissan Foundation in 1992 as a compassionate response to the Rodney King trial verdict to annually award grants.

Grants are awarded each summer to nonprofits who further the mission of the Nissan Foundation, which is building community by valuing cultural diversity.

Why Highlands Ranch Drivers Should Care about Black Girls CODE

Black Girls CODE is an organization that has a mission to empower girls of color between 7-17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology. Black Girls CODE focuses on the digital space and the ever-changing tech sector.

The organization has trained 3,000 girls in seven chapters in the United States, a chapter in Johannesburg, South Africa, and plans to add chapters to eight more cities.

Nissan is proud to stand with Black Girls CODE with its belief in innovation and the value of promoting coding to African American female youth.

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