Toyota West Virginia Boosts Mobility Access With Three Donations to Local Community

Toyota North America ranked No. 4 on the Fair360 2023 Top 50 Companies for Diversity list.


Toyota West Virginia announced three donations to improve mobility access in the region.

“Toyota strives to raise the quality and availability of mobility and to alleviate transportation burdens for those most vulnerable in our area,” said David Rosier, President of Toyota West Virginia. “[This] announcement is another step  toward helping our community reach its full potential.”

The company made the following donations:

  • Good News Mountaineer Garage, which helps economically disadvantaged individuals re-enter the workforce by providing transportation, received $30,000 to support repairs for used vehicles.
  • Putnam County Aging Program received an accessible Sienna to serve its senior clients, allowing for easier pick up and drop off. The program helps residents aged 60 and above live independently in their homes for as long as possible.
  • Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation Authority (KRT) received a Sienna to serve BridgeValley Community and Technical College students.

Toyota West Virginia is the company’s only combined engine and transmission plant in North America, employing more than 2,000 people. Over the past two decades, the plant has invested more than $10 million in local philanthropic and educational initiatives.