2018 – 2019 Philanthropy

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National judges after voting for U.S. winners of the 12th Toyota Dream Car Art Contest: (l to r: Laura Grundler, Suzy Jones, Lynette Wallace, Kara Brinley, Karen Ideno, Bryan Benedict, Cheech Marin, Mike Groff, Margie Reese, Benito Huerta, Yeongmin Kong, Pete Carey, Lynn Beckwith).

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Mike Groff displays his selection for the “President’s Choice” award given to his favorite artwork “Race Through Time Car” by Jia Y. Zhu.


Bryan Benedict was among the judges who chose the U.S. Winners of this year’s Toyota Dream Car Art Contest.

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Pete Carey and Mike Groff of Toyota Financial Services inspect artwork with Cheech Marin to select the U.S. Winners of the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest.

Toyota Research Development Michigan Science Center

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Toyota Honors 2018 Mothers of Invention Emily Kennedy, Maxeme Tuchman and Danya Sherman at 9th Annual Women in the World Summit. 

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Alabama A&M University and Toyota Motor North America today announced a collaboration to launch a student-led mobility initiative(Left to Right: Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, Alabama A & M President Andrew Hugine, Toyota Alabama President David Fernandes, Dr. Lloyd Walker)

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Toyota Alabama President David Fernandes announces mobility initiative at  AAMU. Students will collaborate with community residents to better understand their mobility challenges, and then designing, prototype and implement a pilot program.  

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Toyota Alabama President David Fernandes interacts with AAMU students during the university’s STEM day where a mobility initiative was announced

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Toyota partners with Alabama to engage students in a project called “Clean Low Emissions Approach & Novel Transportation Innovation Practice” (CLEAN-TRIP)

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Toyota Mississippi has gifted Transforming Lives Ministries with $50,000 to launch a free 10-month after-school program, which will focus on life skills education.

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Toyota T-TEN Launch Contra Costa College 2018

Executives from Toyota and Contra Costa College launch the T-TEN training program. From left to right: John Márquez, CCC; Mojdeh Mehdizadeh, CCC; Tom Trisdale, Toyota; Dr. Katrina VanderWoude, CCC; Shawn Domeracki, Toyota; Lucille Beatty, CCC and Bobby Sturgeon, CCC. 

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Chris Nielsen, executive vice president and chief quality officer at Toyota, spoke about the importance of making a STEM education accessible to all students. 

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Executives from Toyota, SMU and Dallas ISD joined government officials to announce Toyota’s $2 million grant for a new pre-K to 8 STEM school in West Dallas. 

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Dallas ISD students demonstrate their robotics skills at the September 7 announcement. 

2018 Toyota UNT Dallas DART Mobile Food Market

2018 Toyota National Public Lands Day Infographic

Pre-launch Children's Museum of Indianapolis

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Toyota announced a $1 million donation to the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) to help break generational poverty through family literacy in the Washington, DC area and Northern Alabama. This new donation brings Toyota’s investment in NCFL to $50 million over its 28-year partnership. In that time, more than 4 million parents and children in 38 states have been impacted by Toyota Family Learning programs. 

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