Toyota announced today that public voting for its “100 Cars for Good Philanthropy” program is now open for public vote through August 16 on Toyota’s Facebook page. The program will award 100 vehicles over the course
Toyota 100 Cars For Philanthropy
of 100 days to 100 deserving nonprofit organizations based on those votes from the public.
The program, for non-profit organizations, seeks to select the most deserving 100 organizations servicing the community across a broad range of categories including animal welfare, arts, education, environment, health, safety and human services, among others. A group of 500 finalists have been chosen by an independent panel of judges, experts in fields of philanthropy and corporate social responsibility.
Beginning today, five organizations per day will be profiled on Toyota’s Facebook page where the public is invited to show their support by voting daily to help determine the winning nonprofit organization.
500 Non Profit Finalists
Each of the 500 nonprofit organizations selected as finalists have created an online profile, which may include a video showcasing how the organization plans to use a new Toyota vehicle to do good in their local community. Voters may place one vote per day, each day, over the course of the program.
Each day, the previous day’s winner will be announced and five new nonprofit organizations will be featured for voting.
Winner Organizations Winner Cars
Winning organizations can choose from the following vehicles: Toyota Prius, Tacoma, Tundra, Highlander Hybrid, Sienna or Sienna Mobility. With each vehicle, Toyota Financial Services will provide a six-year, 100,000 mile Toyota Vehicle Service Agreement to help provide extended protection beyond the vehicle warranty.
Toyota (NYSE: TM) established operations in the United States in 1957 and currently operates 10 manufacturing plants, including one under construction. Toyota directly employs nearly
30,000 in the U.S. and its investment here is currently valued at more than $18 billion, including sales and manufacturing operations, research and development, financial services and design.
Toyota is committed to being a good corporate citizen in the communities where it does business and believes in supporting programs with long-term sustainable results. Toyota supports numerous organizations across the country, focusing on education, the environment and safety. Since 1991, Toyota has contributed more than $500 million to philanthropic programs in the U.S.