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    Entries in non-profit (3)

    Tuesday
    Sep242013

    Teen Volunteer Fair - Saturday, September 28th, 9 am - Noon

    Tuesday
    Sep062011

    Need Community Service Hours?

    Have a teen who needs community service hours?  Explore 30 Non-Profits, Saturday, September 17th, 9 AM - Noon.  Win an iPad2, Sharks Tickets and enjoy breakfast buffet. 

    Tuesday
    Mar012011

    100 Cars for Good

    Today, Toyota USA announced an unprecedented program in the world of Corporate Social Responsibility: over 100 days, Toyota will be giving away 100 cars to organizations in need of transportation.

    We won't know the exact details until the program officially launches March 7th, so please stay tuned. In the meantime, here is what we do know:

    • Toyota will not be deciding who wins these vehicles…they're letting communities direct the giving.
    • Each day for 100 days, 5 different nonprofit organizations will compete for votes from the general public on the Toyota USA Facebook page.  
    • The organization with the most votes at the end of each day will be awarded a Toyota vehicle. The four runner-up organizations each day will be given a consolation prize of $1,000.  
    • From the total pool of applications received, 500 nonprofits will be selected by an independent panel of experts in the field of philanthropy.  
    • Once selected, these organizations will be notified, assigned their voting day, and asked to submit a profile, including a short video detailing how they will use a Toyota vehicle ‘for good.’
    • Applications will be accepted on the Toyota Facebook page beginning at noon Pacific time on March 7th.  Applications will be accepted until noon Pacific time on March 21st or until 5,000 applications are received, whichever comes first.  
    • Public voting on Facebook will begin on May 9th, 2011, and continue for 100 consecutive days.
    • Dealers can share information about this program with nonprofit partners in their communities, so that they may apply for participation. (Please note that no preferential treatment will be given to dealer community partners, as the finalists will be selected by an independent panel of experts, in accordance with contest rules.)
    • Dealers can use their social media channels (e.g. Facebook and Twitter) to promote the program.
    • Program assets, including in-store posters, logos and web art will be made available.
    • The ‘100 Cars for Good’ Facebook page will have a dedicated area featuring videos of compelling dealer philanthropy stories arising out of the Dealer Match Program.  

    Please join our team in promoting this incredibly generous program from Toyota. Thanks for your support and good luck!