Toyota Motor Philippines, continuing its continuing support to the mobility needs of health care workers at the forefront of pandemic response, recently donated three Vios units to the city government of Santa Rosa, Laguna.
In a statement, Toyota said this donation formed part of the 30 total units it committed to various Department of Health hospitals and local government units.
These three vehicles, assembled in TMP’s Santa Rosa manufacturing/assembly plant, will serve as service shuttles for Santa Rosa Community Hospital and two health offices of the city government.
Santa Rosa City mayor Arlene Arcillas personally received the three Vios units during a simple turnover ceremony at the Toyota Santa Rosa City, Laguna dealership.
On top of the donation of the Vios units, Toyota said it had been providing support to the City’s pandemic response through mobility and socio-civic activities.
At the start of community quarantine in May, TMP lent Toyota vehicles to assist in the transportation needs of the city’s health care workers.
The company’s official humanitarian arm, Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation, also donated various personal protective equipment primarily needed by the front liners of SRCH.
TMPF also distributed sacks of rice to two barangays, as well as grocery packages to families in the Toyota–City of Santa Rosa–Gawad Kalinga Village, Toyota said in its statement.
With the resumption of its manufacturing operations, TMP assured its Team Members and the local community of its strict observance to health and safety protocols to help fight the spread of COVID-19.
The Toyota Santa Rosa City, Laguna dealership also assured its customers and visitors with the full observance of standard protocols under the “new normal” in vehicle sales and after-sales, in compliance with the government regulations and making safety and health as its top priority.
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