Baseballs and Corollas: Toyota Gives Back at Annual Baseball Game
At the 2015 Congressional Baseball Game thousands of kids involved in STEM and Boys & Girls Clubs took away much more than a win. Toyota and Toyota USA Foundation provided vehicles and cash donations to STEM programs across the country, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy. Toyota gives back to many communities and organizations across the nation.
“At Toyota, we don’t just make great cars and trucks. We’re also committed to helping communities build stronger futures,” said Julia Wada, Group Vice President, Toyota Financial Services.
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Maryah Sullivan, Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s 2014-2015 National Youth of the Year, receives a new Corolla from Toyota, June 11, 2015. Sullivan was selected for her leadership, service to her community, academic excellence and dedication to living a healthy lifestyle. This is the fifth year Toyota has donated a new Corolla to the national Youth of the Year.
Michael Rouse, President, Toyota USA Foundation, presents a check to scholar-athletes from the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball and Tal Alter, the Academy’s Executive Director, June 11, 2015. This partnership is part of the Foundation’s commitment to support the most exciting and innovative STEM education opportunities in diverse communities across the country.