Second Harvest Food Bank Wins new Toyota Sienna

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The “100 Cars for Good” philanthropist campaign from Toyota continues and the latest non-profit organization just received a brand new minivan.
The Second Harvest Food Bank in Manteca, California, won a Toyota Sienna based on the call-in votes by members of the San Joaquin and Stanislaus County communities.

“The Toyota Sienna will allow for more efficient transportation of staff and volunteers,” Food Bank staffer Kirsten Salas said.  “It will provide our staff with an economical vehicle for monitoring visits to the 133 charities our agency coordinator and director make over 150 trips per year within the counties we serve including the Mother Lode.”

Currently, the Second Harvest Food Bank severs over 365,000 people in need each year by collaborating with partnered charities and serving a seven-county area.

Story via Manteca Bulletin
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