April 24, 2020

Toyota Motor Philippines Extends Help to Communities Amid COVID-19

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  • With the extension of the enhanced community quarantine in an effort to manage the COVID-19 pandemic, Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation continues to help communities through special assistance and mobility support for their customers.

    Toyota Motor Philippinesさんの投稿 2014年6月24日火曜日

    Toyota Financial Services Philippines, with the safety and health of their customers in mind, has extended the payment terms for them. Likewise, expiring insurance policies under Toya Insure and warranty coverages for Toyota vehicles have also been extended.

    Vehicles due for their Periodic Maintenance are also given a 30-day extension amid the pandemic.

    Further, Toyota has also coordinated with various local government units and hospitals to lend out vehicles to doctors and nurses serving in healthcare institutions due to the suspension of public transport. As of writing, 47 Toyota vehicles have been allocated to help bring urgent care to patients. Other units have also been lent to volunteer groups who are distributing personal protective equipment to frontliners in various hospitals.

    Unihealth Paranaque Hospital and Medical Center

    TMP President's Office / Hiro Okamotoさんの投稿 2020年3月24日火曜日

    Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation has also handed out donations to frontliners and families who are in need of support. A number of PPEs such as isolation gowns, surgical gowns, and surgical gloves have been donated to the Santa Rosa Community Hospital.

    Santa Rosa Community Hospital/IMAGE Santa Rosa Community Hospital’s official Facebook page

    Meanwhile, the foundation also distributed sacks of rice and grocery packages to hard to reach areas and certain communities including the Toyota Santa Rosa Gawad Kalinga Village which is home to more than 150 families.

    In addition, the Metrobank Card Corporation will be giving Petron fuel rebates from April 15 to 30, 2020, to frontliners who are Toyota Mastercard credit holders. Through this effort, mobility is made much lighter and more convenient for our valiant frontliners.

    As a thank you to all our frontliners, they will get P1,000 rebate on their Toyota Mastercard when they visit Petron…

    Toyota Motor Philippinesさんの投稿 2020年4月17日金曜日

    In these challenging times, Toyota is one with the nation’s leaders, frontliners, and volunteer groups who are fighting in this pandemic. Toyota continues to empower people through mobility and its advocacy for safety.

    For more information, you may visit Toyota’s official website or their official Facebook page.

    This is a press release. Edits were made prior to publishing.
    Featured images grabbed from the official Facebook pages of TMP President’s Office/Hiro Okamoto and the Santa Rosa Community Hospital.

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