For 3rd Consecutive Year, Toyota Financial named in top 50 U.S. Community-Minded Companies

“Making life easier” for people in our communities isn’t just a slogan, it’s a commitment. And for the third year in a row, Toyota Financial Services is being recognized for its commitment by receiving the distinguished Civic 50 award.

Since 2012, Points of Light Foundation – the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service – has honored the 50 most community-minded companies in the nation with the Civic 50 list. TFS’ three-time win illustrates how it continues to use its competencies and resources to play an active role in civic responsibility, community engagement and leadership.

TFS’ unwavering commitment to “making life easier” in the communities where our employees live and work is at the forefront of its community engagement programs. Through mentorship, volunteerism, life skills, educational programs, scholarships and internships, TFS prepares underserved children, teens, and young adults for higher education, ensuring they are financially capable and improving their workforce readiness so they can make a difference in their local communities.

In addition to looking at a company’s investment and impact in community service, The Civic 50 goes to the top 50 companies that have demonstrated sound corporate citizenship by integrating community service into its business practices.

All TFS offices participate and support TFS’ national partners and initiatives, including financial education and youth development. Through programs and partnerships with Boys & Clubs of America, Girl Scouts of the USA and Junior Achievement USA, TFS invests in its employees and enables them to dedicate company time to teach and mentor underserved youth.

Last year, more than 1,700 team members participated in company-sponsored volunteerism, and over 50 employees engage in leadership roles, as part of the Community Ambassador program and Team IMPACT, acting as the liaison between TFS’ local offices and the community.

To learn more about The Civic 50 and the latest trends on community engagement, view the full report here: