Toyota’s 100 Cars for Good program will showcase five nonprofit organizations each day for 50 days at https://www.Facebook.com/
Local residents are encouraged to support the National Marine Life Center in their quest for a new Toyota Sienna. If awarded the vehicle, it will replace the current ailing ambulance used to transport sick and injured seals and turtles to their marine wildlife hospital, and transport healthy animals to be released back into the wild. This versatile vehicle will also deliver educational programming throughout Cape Cod and Southeastern Massachusetts.
Vote for the National Marine Life Center on October 7th at https://www.Facebook.com/
About the National Marine Life Center
The National Marine Life Center is a non-profit marine animal hospital, science, and education center. Their mission is to rehabilitate and release stranded marine mammals and sea turtles in order to advance science and education in marine wildlife health and conservation. In their short history, they have cared for 152 turtles and seals, provided hands-on job training for hundreds of students, delivered educational programs to 46,423 children and adults, and welcomed 91,492 visitors to their Marine Animal Discovery Center. For more information or to donate, visit http://www.nmlc.org.
Toyota (NYSE: TM) established operations in the United States in 1957 and currently operates ten manufacturing plants. Toyota directly employs over 31,000 in the U.S. and its investment here is currently valued at more than $23 billion, including sales and manufacturing operations, research and development, financial services and design.
Toyota is committed to being a good corporate citizen in the communities where it does business and believes in supporting programs with long-term sustainable results. Toyota supports numerous organizations across the country, focusing on education, the environment, and safety. Since 1991, Toyota has contributed nearly $700 million to philanthropic programs in the U.S. For more information on Toyota's commitment to improving communities nationwide, visit http://www.toyota.com/