We know how lucky we are to be a part of this community. In fact, part of what makes the city of Savannah so special are its kind, caring residents. While our dealership may be best known for our excellent selection of new Toyota vehicles, we also like being a friendly face in the neighborhood and, similarly, enjoy spending time working with local groups who are doing great work for our residents. It’s just one of the many ways we try and say, “Thank you,” for your support all these years.
Most recently, with the help of the League of Brawn and Carey Hilliard’s Restaurants, Savannah Toyota was able to provide over 280 bags of non-perishable food to those in need.
Additionally, again with the help of the League of Brawn, Savannah Toyota was able to provide over 300 sack lunches to those in need, all around the Savannah area.
We were able to provide deserving members of our local military with some gifts this year, including Toyota gear, coupons for service and even some great Yeti gifts!
We also were able to participate in the #TurnItPink event to educate and empower women so that they make educated choices about their reconstruction options and improving life after breast cancer.
We were able to provide 11 furry friends from the Greater Savannah Humane Society a brand-new home during our 1st annual Free Fido Fest. Savannah Toyota covered all adoption costs and were able to raise $990 for the Humane Society. We also handed out an additional $4,000 in Vouchers towards future adoptions.
The Savannah Center for the Blind and Low Vision is proud of the local support it receives from the business community. Savannah Toyota has been a great friend to the Center since 2014 and continues to support the Center’s efforts by providing a custom wrapped, economical vehicle to help reach those in need of independent living services due to blindness. The car will be utilized by staff members when conducting home evaluations for clients, daily visits to school children, vision screenings, and so much more.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – The world’s largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer research, the LLS gives millions of dollars each year to fund studies of leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and myeloma.
Savannah Center for Blind & Low Vision – This wonderful organization offers programs that aim promote independence and give support to the vision-impaired and their families. Services are available in 29 counties of Southeast Georgia and can be offered in-home or at the center.
Our Local Schools – Nothing is more important than our kids, which is why we’re always excited to get to work closely with area schools like Richmond Hill High School, South Effingham High School, and Benedictine Military School. Together, we can ensure a bright future for our children!
Operation 15 Youth Summer Camp – This program offers an exciting summer experience for a select number of SCCPSS students, ranging from 7th -10th grade. Students will learn the basic building blocks of leadership training and character building with a military science model of education. These skills will establish a solid foundation in law enforcement through hands on activities, CPR and First Aid training, physical fitness, and discussions with community and state leaders.
St. Vincent’s Academy Women Who Lead – Toyota Highlander donated to St. Vincent’s Academy Women Who Lead. For more than a century, St. Vincent’s Academy has continued the tradition of providing a rigorous academic and religious program that is tailored to the needs of our students and prepares them for higher education.
For over 30 years now, we’ve been honored to work alongside these organizations and help them continue to do the great work that they do. Our philanthropic efforts are just one of the many ways in which we strive to put our customers and our community first. To learn more about how you can get involved, feel free to contact us! We’ll be glad to help you get started.