If there's one thing that we here at Toyota South can say about our favorite Japanese automaker, it's that they're never done giving back to the people and communities that support them. And why would they be? Toyota is defined by a spirit of giving that many other companies simply don't embrace, and it has served them well thus far.
So what is Toyota doing to give back this time? The company recently paired with the Salvation Army in Detroit to donate winter boots to more than 150 women and children in the area. This new initiative comes as a part of the non-profit's Walk in My Boots community project.
The boots for the project were donated by Moosejaw, an outdoor retailer that's currently based in Michigan. Toyota stepped in to donate an additional $10,000 to the cause, providing more relief to other programs that are offered at the Denby Center in Detroit. The center is known for providing families and female veterans with shelter and transitional housing while they attempt to reach financial stability - a cause that we here at 961 Four Mile Rd Richmond, KY 40475 fully support.
"I decided to come here to get the help that I need," explains Monique Hudson, who received aid for herself and two daughters. "I'm going to get up out of here soon."1 The Salvation Army is helping her find a home, and the new boots that were provided for her children will help them walk to school warmly.
When you support Toyota by driving a vehicle in the new Toyota lineup you indrirectly support great initiatives like this, as the company's success is what allows them to give back in such interesting ways. That's why we fully encourage you to check out models like the Toyota Highlander, Avalon, and Sienna on our lot today. If you simply contact us, either online or by phone at (866) 386-0911, we can arrange a test drive or even answer any of the questions that you may have about the used Toyota models that we carry in our greater lineup of used cars too.