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Toyota Classics donates proceeds to Philippine Paralympic Committee

Toyota Motor Philippines is pleased to announce the success of its charity concert held on Nov. 7 at the Theater of Solaire Resort & Casino.

Toyota Classics donates proceeds to Philippine Paralympic Committee
Lea Salonga headlines Toyota Classics 2018 at the Theater at Solaire Resort & Casino on Nov. 7.
Due to the overwhelming support of the public, the Toyota Classics 2018 has reached a record-breaking ticket sales of over P2 million.

In line with its first global corporate initiative “Start Your Impossible” (SYI), Toyota believes that mobility goes beyond cars and is about overcoming challenges and making dreams come true. With the theme, “Music that Moves Lives for All”, Toyota Classics has been touching the lives of people both within and beyond the concert hall, supporting people in realizing their dreams and celebrating their achievements.

The proceeds from this year’s Toyota Classics will go to the Philippine Paralympic Committee and Toyota’s SYI Hero Athlete and first Filipino Gold medalist, Para swimmer Ernie Gawilan.

Topping up more than double the ticket sales, Toyota also donated one unit of a 29-seater Coaster and P1 million for the purchase of multi-sports wheelchairs to support the Paralympic athletes in their transportation and training requirements. 

With better resources, the Philippines’ Para athletes can train and prepare better for their succeeding Paralympic competitions, hopefully enabling them to bring more pride to the country.

With an unrelenting commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility and sustainable development, Toyota Motor Philippines shall continue forging new avenues to serve the Filipino society.

Topics: Toyota Motor Philippines , Toyota Classics 2018 , Music that Moves Lives for All
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