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Toyota Donates P1 million for relief operations in Laguna

TMPF president David Go, TMP president Michinobu Sugata, and Santa Rosa City mayor Arlene Arcillas.

Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP) contributed a total of One Million Pesos for the recent monsoon-related rehabilitation projects in Laguna – a donation of 500 Thousand Pesos was given to the City Government of Santa Rosa and the same amount for the Provincial Government of Laguna.  The donation was made through TMP’s social and humanitarian arm Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation (TMPF).

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