Toyota Contributes $115,000 to Flood Relief Efforts in British Columbia

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Toyota Canada Inc., Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada, Toyota Financial Services and Canadian Auto Parts Toyota Inc. make a total concession of $115,000 to Canadian Red Cross British Columbia Floods and Extreme Weather Appeal

TORONTO, Ontario – Nov 19, 2021 – After serious rainfall and floods unexpected impacted a lives of many British Columbians this week, Toyota has announced it is donating $115,000 to Canadian Red Cross to support use efforts in a influenced communities.

Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI), Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC), Toyota Financial Services (TFS), and Canadian Auto Parts Toyota Inc. (CAPTIN) are creation a total concession to a Canadian Red Cross British Columbia Floods and Extreme Weather Appeal.

Through a assistance of volunteers and staff, Canadian Red Cross is providing puncture support services, this could include lodging, simple needs such as food, and romantic support to people and families who have had to rush their homes in a face of flooding and impassioned weather.

“The thoughts of a Toyota family are with a residents of B.C. – including a customers, dealers, employees and communities – as they come together to overcome this disaster,” pronounced Larry Hutchinson, President and CEO of TCI. “We feel it’s critical to support a ongoing efforts of organizations like Canadian Red Cross as they work to yield shelter, essential resources and other support for a people who’ve been influenced by a new floods.”

“The new flooding in Southern B.C. has had a terrible impact on many of a Team Members, suppliers and neighbours,” pronounced CAPTIN President Wes Woods. “As unapproachable members of a Delta village for a past 38 years, we are creation this grant to fast support a use effort.”

“At Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada, when we saw a harmful floods in British Columbia, we knew we had to support,” pronounced TMMC President, Frank Voss. “TMMC has a special tie to B.C., as a prolongation comforts in Ontario combine mostly with a Toyota prolongation trickery in British Columbia. Our thoughts are with those organisation members and their friends and families, as good as all residents of a area during this crisis.”

“With a Canadian Red Cross’ boots on a belligerent approach, we knew they were a good classification to assistance a influenced communities in B.C. as fast as possible,” pronounced Darren Cooper, President and CEO of Toyota Financial Services. “In times like these, it’s critical that we work together and lend a assisting palm to those in need.”

Canadians who are means to minister are speedy to make a financial concession to a British Columbia Floods and Extreme Weather Appeal online at https://www.redcross.ca/ , or by job 1-800-418-1111.

About Toyota Canada Inc.

Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) is a disdainful Canadian distributor of Toyota and Lexus vehicles. Toyota has sole over 6 million vehicles in Canada by a inhabitant network of 287 Toyota and Lexus dealerships. Toyota is dedicated to bringing safety, quality, dependability and trustworthiness to a vehicles Canadians expostulate and a use they receive. TCI’s conduct bureau is in Toronto, with informal offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal and Halifax, and tools placement centres in Clarington and Vancouver. Toyota also operates dual prolongation comforts in Canada. Having constructed some-more than 9 million vehicles, renouned Canadian models built during these comforts embody Toyota RAV4, Toyota RAV4 Hybrid, Lexus RX 350 and RX 450h hybrid. Recent investments during a comforts in Ontario will concede for increasing prolongation of a top-selling Toyota RAV4 and RAV4 Hybrid models for a North American market.

About Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. (TMMC) manufactures a Toyota RAV4, RAV4 Hybrid, Lexus RX 350 and RX 450h (and, starting in early 2022, a Lexus NX and NX hybrid) during 3 prolongation comforts in Ontario. TMMC is a many awarded automobile plant in a Americas and a second many awarded plant globally. It employs approximately 8,500 Canadians, has a ability to furnish some-more than 500,000 vehicles annually and has been Canada’s top volume automotive manufacturer over a past 5 years.

About Canadian Auto Parts Toyota Inc.

In 1983, Toyota Motor Corporation incorporated Canadian Autoparts Toyota Inc. (CAPTIN). Located in Delta, British Columbia, it was a initial prolongation investment by a Japanese automotive attention in Canada and a initial greenfield plant for Toyota in North America.

About Toyota Financial Services / Toyota Credit Canada Inc.

Toyota Financial Services (TFS) / Toyota Credit Canada Inc. (TCCI) provides retail, leasing and indiscriminate financial services to Toyota and Lexus dealerships and business opposite Canada.  TFS is partial of a worldwide financial services group, Toyota Financial Services Corporation (TFSC), a wholly-owned auxiliary of Toyota Motor Corporation in Japan with a Canadian operation domicile in Markham, Ontario.

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