Community assistance by Toyota and Lexus dealers tops £1m mark

A Toyota fund to help vital community causes chosen by Lexus and Toyota dealerships has now given out over £1 million.

Since its launch in 2011, the Toyota Fund for a Better Tomorrow has assisted deserving factors, from zoos and fire stations, to safe driving courses and cancer care.

Its latest beneficiaries will be the charities Age UK Redbridge, Barking and Havering as well as the Momentum kid’s Charity in South West London, Surrey and Sussex.

The Momentum Children’s Charity will use the Toyota funds to acquire musical instruments for kids at home as well as in medical center.

It supports families whose young ones are facing cancer or other life-challenging conditions by providing practical and emotional assistance, and therapy solutions including music, play and art.

The Toyota donation to Age UK, suggested by Lexus Woodford, helps fund online workshops to help people that are unable to move out and about to enjoy tasks particularly drawing and painting at home.

The goal is to encourage relationship and combat loneliness – a major concern through the Covid-19 pandemic.

“It is a superb accomplishment for the fund to reach £1 million in donations and that it has done so with such well-deserving tasks. We simply take great pride inside our obligation and dedication to help these community-based activities which is hugely gratifying to begin to see the huge difference we can help make,” said Chris Hayes, director of people and planning for Toyota GB.

The Toyota Fund for a Better Tomorrow aims to simply help increase the total well being while the environment in communities throughout the British. Toyota and Lexus centers are able to help charities, schools and community tasks within their area with funds all the way to £2,000.

Jobs are chosen and assessed on criteria including their benefit to your community and exposure.

Almost a 3rd (31 percent) associated with funds allocated up to now are to health and individual services (charities that deal with health or medical issues), 36 % to civic and community initiatives and 20 per cent to ecological projects.

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