Friday, March 9, 2012

Toyota Hosts Huge Giveaway of New Vehicles & Grants for U.S. Non-Profits, Submit Applications 3/12


This past holiday season Toyota, a committed corporate giver, sponsored the highly successful Prius v Toys for Tots program. In their latest effort in continuing to give back to the community, this automaker is giving away 2012 cars, mini vans, and trucks to 501(c)(3) non-profits across America every day over the course of more than three months through it's 100 Cars for Good Facebook Page.

Thank You, Toyota for All You Do in Our Community
Qualified American charities are invited to submit applications starting March 12, 2012 for a chance to receive a Toyota vehicle. Ultimately, each of 100 deserving organizations will win the Toyota car or truck of their choice from those vehicles that are being offered. The other 400 runners up in the contest will each earn grants for their charitable groups.

If you know of a worthy non-profit, let them know about this opportunity right away. If you yourself represent a charity interested in this special Toyota program, it's highly recommended that you apply quickly on Monday, March 12 -- the sooner the better. That's because Toyota is only accepting a limited number of submissions before they stop accepting new applicants.

A new 2012 Prius v is one of the vehicles non-profits can win
From the pool of non-profits that apply, philanthropic experts will pick 500 finalists. Then, the public will have a chance to vote for one of five organizations daily to win a vehicle for 100 consecutive days. 

No finalist will go away empty handed as the other four daily runners up each will receive $1000 grants.  More information on how to apply and details on how the giveaway works can be found here.

I hope to see as many non-profit organizations participating in this Toyota community outreach program as possible.

Good Luck to All
Non-Profits Applying!

About Toyota and Community Engagement
Toyota is involved in a variety of way to give back to worthy communities across America. In addition to their charitable efforts, they are involved in other types of outreach programs such as supporting education for youth.

Toyota is involved in community in other ways such as supporting U.S. education
Comments Encouraged
If you apply to Toyota on behalf of your organization, please come back and leave a comment on this MommyBlogExpert post and feel free to leave a link to your non-profit so we can spread the word about the good your group is doing.

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