Good Karma: Toyota Cars For Good to give away three vehicles to accessibility organizations

Toronto, Ontario — Toyota Canada is giving the gift of mobility with the launch of Toyota Cars For Good, a national giveaway program to recognize local organizations that advocate for physical accessibility in communities.

Toyota plans on giving away three brand-new 2021 model year vehicles including any modifications required for physical accessibility (each valued at up to $70,000), through the program.

Additionally, three other organizations will each be awarded $5,000 to promote the work they do for the accessibility cause.

“Toyota is committed to creating a more inclusive society where everyone can move freely,” said Cyril Dimitris, v-p of sales and marketing for Toyota Canada. 

“This year, we’re excited to launch the Toyota Cars For Good giveaway program, recognizing local organizations in communities across Canada that are taking steps to break down barriers to movement for all Canadians.”

Canadian registered charitable organizations are invited to apply for the Toyota Cars For Good giveaway program by April 9, 2021. The application includes a written submission about each organization’s mission and values; its local impact on reducing barriers to movement and fostering inclusion through physical accessibility; and how a vehicle would benefit or enhance the organization’s community efforts.


All entries will be evaluated by a panel of judges from across the Canadian accessibility community.

For more information about the national Toyota Cars For Good giveaway program, visit: www.toyota.ca/carsforgood.


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