Toyota Helps Oklahoma Tornado Victims

As the tornado that hit Moore and Oklahoma City area on May 20th did lots of property damage and took several people’s life in the process, Toyota recently announced it will help reestablish the affected communities as soon as possible.
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Toyota will allocate $250.000 (€193.828) for food, small business revitalization and home rebuilding in the affected regions, while also matching employee contributions.

“On behalf of Toyota, we express our sincere condolences to everyone impacted by this devastating tornado. Our thoughts are with the affected families as they work to rebuild their lives,” said Latondra Newton, group vice president of philanthropy and chief diversity officer.

Since 1991, Toyota USA has contributed with over half billion dollars to philanthropic programs, believing that an auto company can also be a vehicle for change, supporting programs focused on environment, education and safety in partnerships with nonprofit organizations in the local communities.
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