Toyota shares meals with DOTr frontliners

Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation (TMPF) provided 900 meal packs to frontliners of the Department of Transportation (DOTr).

The meal packs were distributed among drivers, security and support personnel as part of Toyota’s support to DOTr’s Free Ride Service program in Metro Manila which provides transport services for the country’s medical frontliners.

Earlier, Toyota Motor Philippines Corp. (TMP), in partnership with Toyota Mobility Foundation, made available ten shuttles to the Philippine General Hospital (PGH), which uses the ‘Just-in-Time’ booking app to set the pick-up time and at locations close to home for workers for enhanced security.

This was done in response to DOTR’s request to make mobility more accessible especially to health workers. This is on top of the forty-nine TMP vehicle lend-outs in select hospitals, LGUs and other volunteer groups in Metro Manila and Laguna.

As the nation continues to face the challenges of the pandemic, Toyota said that it will remain to be one with the government’s efforts and be of service to more Filipinos.

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