We’re proudly supporting our client Toyota’s Christmas Foodbank Appeal
The Toyota brand not only conveys superb value and quality beyond expectation it also encapsulates “infinite values” which are clearly demonstrated in the company’s social contribution activities to support the sustainable development of a sustainable society. Toyota puts a strong focus on its corporate social responsibility policy, as part of its Guiding Principles, in its relationships with its partners.
Here, at AM Services Group, we’re a people business and we are proud to support our client Toyota’s goal to “be a strong corporate citizen”, especially in a year that has been extraordinarily challenging for so many people and when building strong communities has never felt so important.
That is why our Operations Director Neil Cooper was delighted, on his recent site visit to Toyota to deliver bags of food and feminine hygiene products, on behalf of AM Services Group, to support their Christmas Foodbank Appeal.
Our contribution was most welcome: “I just wanted to thank you for the fantastic donation that AMSG has made today to the food bank collection at Toyota. Please pass on my thanks to the team. We will be delivering the food on Wednesday (along with toys) so if any of your team wish to accompany us that would be great – so they can see for themselves the difference it makes. Thank you again, and for the donation to the Charitable Trust Raffle,” said Sarah Overson, Senior Manager General and External Affairs.
Neil Cooper added: “This year has been tough on significantly more people in our communities for sustained periods, and the problems that already existed for many have exacerbated. This is made even harder for parts of our community as we approach Christmas. For those of us fortunate to be working and continuing to trade through the challenges of this pandemic, it’s our corporate responsibility to help provide support to those who need it where we can. We are proud to be supporting the efforts of Toyota with our donation to the food bank.”