Toyota Donates to Black Males Working Academy

If you are a Toyota fan, you must know about its philanthropy actions, supporting deserving people and trying to make the world better in general.
Will James and the students at the BMW Academy 1 photo
Photo: Lane Report
Toyota Motor Manufacturing from Kentucky has recently donated 20 laptops and $10,500 to the Black Males Working (BMW, no pun intended) academy, a collaborative program with Fayette County schools.

The money and tech gear will be used to support Pre-BMW (second and third grades) and Junior BMW (fourth and fifth grades) programs.

“Like the academy, at Toyota, we’re focusing not only on what our customers need today, but also on what they’ll need tomorrow,” TMMK plant president Will James said. “This program concentrates on what children need now – encouragement, accountability, mentors and experiences – so that they acquire the life skills needed to prepare them for success in the future. That’s something we’re proud to be a part of.”

The BMW Academy currently has more than 200 young men attending its programs, including elementary, middle and high school classes at multiple church campuses in the community.

Story via Lane Report
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