Toyota    

Social Impact Profile ™

Areas of Impact:
Environment,Children & Youth,Education

At Toyota, we believe an auto company can also be a vehicle for change. That’s why we support programs focused on environment, education and safety initiatives that help strengthen diverse communities across the U.S. – for today and for the future. We are also proud to partner with nonprofit organizations in the local communities where we live and work. Since 1991, Toyota has contributed over half a billion dollars to philanthropic programs in the U.S.

    Updates

    100 Cars for Good

    Toyota is giving away 100 cars to nonprofits, and your votes will help us do it. Each day for 100 days, online voters will choose which of five nonprofits will take home a new set of wheels. The organization who receives the most votes at the end of the day takes home a brand new Toyota. Read More

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    Toyota and the National Audubon Society Launch TogetherGreen

    What does a car company and a conservation organization have in common? Plenty. Innovation. Leadership. Commitment to community. Dedication to diversity. And a focus on meeting the needs of the present while investing in the future. When Audubon and Toyota joined forces to create TogetherGreen, we knew we wanted to create a conservation program that modeled those qualities. To date, we have trained more than 400 conservation leaders. In turn, they have mobilized more than 210,000 people to reduce energy use, protect wildlife habitat, and improve water quality in every state in America. Read More