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May 12, 2015

Chicago's high school student wins grand prize in Toyota TeenDrive365 Video Challenge

When Chicago high school student Elijah Wilborn created his safe driving PSA, he left his phone, music and other distractions curbside - and picked up the grand prize in the TeenDrive365 Video Challenge from Toyota and Discovery Education, the leading provider of

April 20, 2015

Toyota USA Foundation announces US$ 1.9-million in grants to support the educational programs

The Toyota USA Foundation announced US$ 1.9-million in grants to K-12 educational programs that focus on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and serve diverse communities.

"We know that the future of our society will be built on increasingly

July 17, 2014

Toyota named Official Automotive Partner of the 2015 Special Olympics World Games

Toyota announced its partnership with the Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015 (LA2015) at an event that also debuted the first gathering of the World Games Global Messengers. World Games officials, Toyota associates and World Games global media partner

July 14, 2014

Toyota appoints Michael Rouse to Toyota U.S.A. Foundation President

The Toyota U.S.A. Foundation has a new leader. Longtime Toyota veteran and community activist Michael Rouse, who currently serves as Vice-President of diversity, philanthropy and community affairs is now President of the Foundation. Rouse assumes this

September 26, 2013

Toyota pitches in for public lands

What is your favorite outdoor spot? Most of us have a favorite trail, beach, garden or park. These public spaces allow us opportunities for exercise, recreation, education or a simple connection with nature. Toyota wants to keep it that way.

On September 28, 2013,

February 14, 2013

Toyota and Wyland Foundation to launch second Annual National Water Conservation Challenge

Toyota is continuing its partnership with Wyland Foundation to promote resource conservation and the importance of sustainability leading up to and throughout Earth Month in April.

Founded by renowned marine artist Wyland, the Wyland Foundation brings attention to

November 04, 2012

Toyota launches High School Safe Teen Driving Program at Southern California high schools

Toyota is expanding its long-term commitment to safe teen driving with the introduction of an innovative national driver safety program, The Road Ahead, in high schools throughout Southern California. The program will benefit more than 6,000 local students in an

October 14, 2012

Toyota Tundra makes history towing space icon

A Toyota Tundra half-ton pickup truck without any special modifications successfully towed the 150,000 pound space shuttle Endeavour across a bridge spanning the nation's busiest freeway. The tow was a result of a 20-year partnership between Toyota and the California

April 25, 2012

Toyota and Wyland Foundation recognise 30 Environmental Heroes in Southern California

Toyota and the Wyland Foundation are proud to congratulate the winners of the 2012 Earth Month Heroes, a Southern California program created by the organisations to annually recognise 30 exemplary citizens who find ground-breaking ways to work toward sustaining a healthy planet.

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