Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP), together with its social and humanitarian arm TMP Foundation, received awards for outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs during the recently concluded 4th Driven to Serve Awards bestowed by the Society of Philippine Motoring Journalists (SPMJ).
During the virtual awarding ceremony, Toyota bagged two Gold Awards, specifically for implementing the Vegetable Garden Project in its adopted school in Santa Rosa, Laguna and for initiating the nationwide Start Your Impossible: National Mangrove-Planting and Coastal Clean-up activity among TMP employees and Toyota dealers across the country. Toyota also received a Silver Award for its Breast Cancer Awareness Project for female faculty and staff at its adopted school.
These programs are testament to Toyota’s long-term commitment to extend assistance to partner communities and ultimately help uplift the lives of more Filipinos. Receiving the awards for Toyota are (from left) TMP vice chairman and TMPF president Dr. David Go, TMP first vice president for Corporate Affairs Group Rommel Gutierrez, and TMPF assistant vice president Ronald Gaspar.
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