Arizona, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan FIRST Robotics Teams, Students Gear Up for Competition with $250,000 from The Chrysler Foundation

Since its inception in 1953, The Chrysler Foundation has awarded more than $500 million in charitable grants.

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