Toyota of Palo Alto Announces Contribution of $5,000 to Pathways Home Health & Hospice
Toyota to Provide a Matching Grant of $5,000 for a Total of $10,000
Toyota of Palo Alto and Toyota Motor Sales, USA, are giving back to Pathways Home Health, Hospice, & Private Duty. Toyota of Palo Alto is happy to be a part of the Pathways Community. We are proud to announce a contribution of $5,000. Pathways will also receive a matching contribution from Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A, Inc. The Toyota Dealer Match Program enables dealer
contributions to make a greater impact on the community. Since 1991, Toyota has
contributed nearly $800 million to non-profit organizations, and has always
been guided by a strong belief in serving the communities where it does
Pathways is a local nonprofit home healthcare agency that
provides home health and hospice care, private duty home care, grief support
services, and community education to San Francisco Bay Area patients and
families. We are proud to have helped our neighbors on life's journey since
Toyota of Palo Alto Donates Vehicle to Non-profit Organization
Sandra & Bernie Magnussen Donate Van to FLY Program
Magnussen is known for their role supporting local communities in need through various initiatives like providing targeted contributions & creating awareness for good causes. When Bernie and Sandra Magnussen became aware that Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY), a nonprofit agency dedicated to preventing juvenile crime and incarceration, recently lost their old van, Chuck, to old age, they championed to help. Ford Econoline van is being donated to F.L.Y. to help with transportation needs of at-risk youth. Features of this Ford Econoline Flex Fuel vehicle include fuel-efficiency, safety like traction control & park assist systems among other characteristics.
Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY), a nonprofit agency dedicated to preventing juvenile crime and incarceration, announced today that Magnussen's Toyota of Palo Alto has donated a van to support its work with youth. The van will enable FLY to transport its at-risk youth clients to educational sessions, pro-social activities, and community service events.
The donation was presented on Friday, May 3, at 3:30 p.m. at Magnussen's Toyota of Palo Alto, 690 San Antonio Road at Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. The event was open to the public. "We feel privileged to be part of this community, and want to do all we can to help keep it healthy and thriving," said Bernie Magnussen, co-owner of Magnussen Dealership Group.
Each year FLY serves 1,000 vulnerable youth who are in the juvenile justice system or at risk of formal system entry, inspiring and empowering them to alter the trajectory of their lives by helping them identify, build upon, and re-direct their strengths.
Toyota of Palo Alto has been partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank for the past three years and counting. Each year Toyota of Palo Alto hosts a food and fund drive. In addition, Toyota of Palo Alto has partnered up with SHFB Summer Campaigns, "Stop Summer Hunger." Toyota of Palo Alto has continuously devoted volunteer hours with management sorting food at the Cypress Center. Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties is the trusted leader dedicated to ending local hunger. Since its inception in 1974, Second Harvest has become one of the largest food banks in the nation, providing food to more than one quarter of a million people each month. 1 in 10 people in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties receive food from Second Harvest.