Toyota Fund for a Better Tomorrow

Toyota Fund for a Better Tomorrow: winter update

The Toyota Fund for a Better Tomorrow was established in 2012 to enable Toyota GB and our dealers to provide small grants to charities, schools and community schemes.

Over the past 3 years, we have supported over 200 projects and donated grants totalling in excess of £350,000. This investment has helped set up environmental gardens in local schools, created wildlife and conservation sites, encouraged technical and engineering education for young people as well as supporting road safety awareness programs – all of which we are extremely proud.

Since September 2015, through the Toyota Fund for a Better Tomorrow, Toyota (GB) PLC has supported the following organisations:

Applications from Toyota dealers

  • Fish Brothers Toyota applied for the Toyota Fund on behalf of Christian Malford CofE Primary School, who were awarded £2,000 for an audio-visual system, enabling them to host community cinema evenings.
  • Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice and Hannah’s Holiday Appeal received grants of £1,450 and £1,550 to provide UK-based holidays for families with children of a low life expectancy. Copcutt Toyota and WKB Waterlooville were both successful with these applications to the Toyota Fund.
  • Hills of Woodford applied on behalf of Haven House Children’s Hospice, who were awarded £1,750 for bedroom refurbishment and bereavement services.
  • On behalf of Copeland Citizens Advice Bureau, Myers & Bowman applied for the Toyota Fund and were awarded £1,300 for the Improving Lives Project.
  • Listers Stratford applied for ongoing support of The Myton Hospices, who were awarded £1,400.
  • SLM Toyota Hastings applied on behalf of Glyne Gap School to fund a wheelchair accessible pathway into their Wild Garden. The School was awarded a grant of £1,950. 
  • RMB Toyota Teesside applied on behalf of Myton Park Primary School who were awarded £1,350 towards their educational Clean for the Queen initiative.
  • Rose Road Association were awarded £1,800 to fund phase two of their New Sensory Room. Snows Hedge End and Snows Southampton will be involved in the delivery on this project.
  • Farmer and Carlisle Toyota applied on behalf of Rolleston Primary School to fund Big Cook – Little Cook. The school was awarded a grant of £1,800 to support the initiative.
  • On behalf of Engage Communities CIC, Pinkstones Toyota applied for the Toyota Fund and were awarded £1,750 for the Round House Olympic Dream Project.

Applications by organisations local to our Head Office in Surrey

  • YMCA East Surrey has been awarded £1,500. The grant will be used to fund a local parenting course.
  • Banstead District Guides has been awarded £1,800 towards their replacement headquarters.
  • Parish of Ashtead has been awarded £1,800 for their Dell Project.
  • The Meeting Room has been awarded £1,600 to help facilitate their drop in centres for the homeless.
  • 3H Fund has been awarded £1,400. The funding will enable families with severely ill children to go on UK based holidays. ​

Applications by 

  • Kris Venkatesh (TFS) has been awarded £1,750 to support Arthritis Care, Merton, Morden and Sutton. The grant will be used to provide transportation of the elderly.
  • Vanessa Murphy (TGB) has been awarded £1,100 to support Liss Athletic FC provide opportunities in sport to both boys and girls within the area.

See some of our previous posts on the Toyota Fund here.

Comments (2)

    1. Hi there,

      Thanks for getting in touch. It’s great to hear that you are interested in Toyota Fund for a Better Tomorrow. If you could please contact your local Toyota Centre, they will be able to assist you further.

      Thanks.

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