Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. announced that it will donate a custom-painted Ninja ZX-6R ‘636’ sportbike signed by the cast of The Lone Ranger, as well as a two-night stay in Kauai, Hawaii, and a Kawasaki Teryx tour for two at Kipu Ranch, for silent auction at the 25th Anniversary Gala for the American Indian College Fund in Los Angeles, April 11.
Proceeds from the auction of the Ninja 636 and Kawasaki Teryx tour at Kipu Ranch will go to AICF’s mission of providing scholarships and other financial support to American Indian students, as well as funding American Indian Tribal Colleges, early childhood development and leadership development.
AICF raised more than $6 million dollars in 2013-14, and those funds provided 6,452 students with scholarships, of which 1,553 were first-generation college students.
“Kawasaki is proud to support a cause that encourages higher learning,” says Chris Brull, Kawasaki Marketing Communications Director. “Everyone deserves the opportunity to explore their potential and AICF is creating educational opportunities that affect Native Americans in their own communities through scholarship and funding of tribal educational programs.”
The Kawasaki Ninja 636 sportbike and Kawasaki Teryx tour at Kipu Ranch will be on auction at the American Indian College Fund 25th Anniversary Los Angeles Gala, taking place April 11, 2015. To learn more about AICF or for tickets to the gala, please visit collegefund.org.