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Recent Charitable Contributions from Toyota Change Lives

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While we have all been sweating it in July, Toyota is working even harder to make life easier on our communities. From preserving our nation’s history to partnering up with the Special Olympics, it’s been a big month for giving back. Let’s take a look at just a few of ways Toyota brought some good into the world this month: Supports Preservation of Endangered Historic Places

Toyota recently pledged $10,000 to assist more than 250 endangered historic places, including Joe Frazier’s Gym and Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn District.  Read more…    Photo: Don West / fOTOGRAfIKS

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Toyota’s National Archives Museum giftToyota’s National Archives Museum Gift Helps Preserve GI Bill of Rights

The preservation of our nation’s most important documents is no small task. The GI Bill of Rights needed a little help staying fresh since penned in 1789, and Toyota has stepped up to the challenge. With a $100,000 contribution to the National Archives Museum, Toyota is trying to ensure that these statements of freedom are available to view by future generations.

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Official Automotive Partner of the 2015 Special Olympics World GamesToyota to be the Official Automotive Partner of the 2015 Special Olympics World Games

The Special Olympics World Games will kicked off July 25th, and Toyota was there to cheer on this year’s competitors. Toyota is the official automotive partner of the Special Olympics this year, providing 400 vehicles to assist this global event.

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Toyota and CollaborationToyota and Collaboration Challenges Young People to Take a Stand

This August, young people will be encouraged to stand up for what they believe in with an event called ‘The Hunt’. Through a collaboration between and Toyota, ‘The Hunt’ will be a crowd-sourced campaign to make a difference. Read more..


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