Seventy-five Toyota Tundras haul 250,000 pounds of food – funded by donations from dozens of local dealers and their business partners – to Philabundance, the largest hunger relief organization in the Philadelphia region.

Texas-based Toyota team member volunteers drive vehicles filled with toys to Children’s Health Medical Centers in the North Dallas area.

Team members from Toyota’s Los Angeles Region walk to raise funds for and increase awareness of childhood cancer.

“Toyota is committed to supporting the betterment of the communities it serves,” said Alec D. Hagey, vice president and general manager of Toyota’s Los Angeles Region. “We’re proud to give back to our local communities and help those in need this holiday season.”

Happy holidays from the Toyota family.


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2015 Toyota Haul Away Hunger - Convoy

A convoy of 75 Toyota Tundras trucks down the streets of Philadelphia in December, hauling thousands of pounds of food to be donated to the region’s largest hunger-relief organization, Philabundance for the ninth year of “Haul Away Hunger,” Toyota’s annual charitable event in Philadelphia. The 250,000 pounds (125 tons) of food was purchased through donations made by the Tri-State Toyota Dealers Association – comprised of 25 dealerships in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware – and 26 of the dealers’ business partners. Photo: Kelli Wilke 

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