Help Virginia Charities Win a New Toyota

Toyota 100 Cars for GoodToyota’s annual 100 Cars for Good is here! With your help, Toyota is giving away 100 cars to deserving nonprofits in Virginia and all over the country. Toyota wants to aid these organizations, using the Toyota-provided vehicles to extend their reach so they can become more efficient in the good works they do within their local communities.

It’s up to you. The 100 Cars for Good philanthropy initiative is taking place on Facebook! That means you get to decide which nonprofit could do the most good with their new Toyota. Throughout the 50-day competition period, 2 car winners are chosen daily from the pool of 250 eligible organization, 5 of which are from Virginia. Voting has already started! Check out which organizations you can vote for to help support your own community, and which have already won.

Congratulations to the Wildlife Center of Virginia in Waynesborow, VA for winning the Toyota of their choice – the 2013 Toyota Sienna!

You still have time to vote for these 4 organizations from Virginia:


Cedar Bluff, VA | Focus: Human Services: Seniors | Toyota of Choice: Prius

The Appalachian Agency for Senior Citizens (AASC) seeks to improve the quality of life for the elderly through a wide array of charitable, educational, and social services.

BookBag Santa

Roanoke, VA | Focus: Education | Toyota of Choice: Sienna

BookBag Santa recycles school supplies and redistributes them to those that need it most – locally and globally.

Federation of VA Food Banks

Norfolk, VA | Focus: Human Services: Adult | Toyota of Choice: Prius

The Federation of Virginia Food Banks is a state association of food banks that make up the largest hunger-relief network in the state, serving over 1,012,500 Virginians last year alone.

Samaritan House, Inc.

Virginia Beach, VA | Focus: Homelessness and Housing | Toyota of Choice: Sienna

Samaritain House is dedicated to the promotion of safety, growth, and self-sufficiency through freedom from domestic abuse and homelessness for both adults and children.

Toyota 100 Cars for Good

October 17, 2013
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