National Public Lands Day (NPLD) – the country’s largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands, sponsored by Toyota, is takes places September 30. Toyota Team Members, Trina Mai and Travis Bailey pitch in at last year’s National Public Lands Day.
Class off 2017 Mothers of Invention, from left: Sarah Evans, Komal Dadlani and Hahna Alexander, at the 8th Annual Women in the World Summit, in New York City, April 5, 2017.
Fernando Gonzalez, Toyota Teacher of the Year runner-up, works for Make Way for Books in Southern Arizona reaching parents in rural and urban areas to build on families’ strengths and increase kindergarten-readiness among low-income students.
Gonzalez and Make Way for Books receive a $5,000 grant to expand their family literacy outreach efforts.
Presentation to El Concilio of a new Toyota Highlander Hybrid at the 2017 National Council of La Raza (NCLR) Annual Conference and National Latino Family Expo. From left to right: Jose R. Rodriguez, President & CEO of El Concilio; Janet Murguía, President and CEO of the National Council of La Raza; Vanessa Hernandez, Case Manager for Latino Behavioral Health of El Concilio and winner of the Toyota Highlander Hybrid; Adrienne Trimble, General Manager, Diversity & Inclusion, Toyota Motor North America; Adriana Holguin, External Engagement Analyst, Business Alignment, Toyota Motor North America
Finalists of Toyota and Net Impact’s Next Generation Mobility Challenge tackle social equity and inclusion issues related to mobility.
Georgia Tech students win Toyota and Net Impact’s Next Generation Mobility Challenge with app concept to improve mobility options for people who use wheelchairs.
$5,000 scholarships – awarded to 11 Asian & Pacific Islander American students in Southern California and 11 in North Texas – are offered through a collaborative partnership between Toyota and APIASF, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing college scholarships to APIAs.
Mary Andrews, 2017 Toyota Teacher of the Year winner,expands family literacy programs throughout the Chapel Hill community.
Winners of the 2017 Toyota Impact Grant celebrate with, from left to right: Toyota Financial Services President and CEO, Mike Groff, Toyota Motor North America CEO, Jim Lentz, and Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
City of San Diego Lifeguards join Toyota representatives as well as SDPD Chief Shelley Zimmerman. Councilmember Chris Cate, SD Fire and Rescue Chief Brian Fennessey and SD Fire-Rescue Lifeguard Chief Rick Wurts on May 26 2017, in Mission Beach, San Diego.
Toyota and the City of San Diego unveil the 2017 San Diego Lifeguard fleet to kick off Memorial Day Weekend and remind beachgoers about water safety on May 26 in Mission Beach, San Diego.
L-to-R: SD Fire-Rescue Lifeguard Sergeant Rick Strobel, SD Toyota Dealers Assoc. Pres. Bernie Perri, SD FR Chief Brian Fennessy, SD FR Lifeguard Chief Rick Wurts, SDPD Chief Shelley Zimmerman, Toyota LA's Dana Greger and Daniel Rios, SD FR Lt. Andy Lerum.
New for 2017, Toyota has added an additional vehicle to the Lifeguard fleet, the 2017 RAV4 Hybrid. This is the first hybrid vehicle that Toyota has provided to the Lifeguards since the partnership began in 2011.
All materials on this site are for editorial use only. The use of these materials for advertising, marketing or any other commercial purpose is prohibited. They may be cropped but not otherwise modified. To download these materials, you must agree to abide by these terms.