TrueCar has announced a donation to Disabled American Veterans and the four nonprofit organizations of choice from the winning dealerships of its $21K Challenge.

For that challenge, in support of its commitment to the military, TrueCar pledged to donate $100  to Disabled American Veterans for every meeting set during NADA (up to $11,000).

Also, four dealerships were chosen at random to win a $2,500 donation for a nonprofit organization of their choice. TrueCar expects to donate $11,000 to Disabled American Veterans and $2,500 to four nonprofit organizations, for a total donation of $21,000.

The TrueCar dealership winners, and their nonprofit of choice, were AutoNation Ford Scottsdale (Phoenix Children’s Hospital); Nalley Nissan of Cumming, Ga. (Humane Society of Forsyth County); Sterling McCall Toyota in Houston (Kids' Meals); and Trophy Nissan, Mesquite, Texas (Sharing Life).

Trophy Nissan also plans to match the $2,500 donation from TrueCar to Sharing Life. That makes a total donation of $5,000 to that non-profit organization.

“TrueCar has a shared value with our dealer partners to positively impact the communities in which we do business," TrueCar chief executive officer and president Mike Darrow said in a news release.

Darrow also said, “This giveaway is extremely meaningful to our organization, and we are honored to support our dealers and military community through this momentous opportunity with our long-time partner, DAV.”

Disabled American Veterans national adjutant and chief executive officer Marc Burgess said TrueCar continues proving that it is dedicated to the nation’s heroes.

“This generous donation will help ensure DAV continues to provide the best service to America’s veterans by funding programs that directly impact the wellbeing of disabled veterans, their families and survivors,” Burgess said.