Jacob Toyota & The Community

Jacob Toyota in the Community

As a locally owned Family business, Jacob Toyota believe in supporting the local community to help strengthen support for community based activities. We have an interactive sponsorship agreement with many local community and sporting groups which assist them in raising funds for their groups all year round. For more details in how Jacob Toyota can help your community group please contact the dealership.

We are also committed in helping grass roots football in the regional area by hosting Good For Footy events at local schools and in the community to help increase children’s interest and skills development in this great Australian sport. Jacob Toyota are also committed to our environment and are strongly linked with Clive Cameron Reserve group who work tirelessly in the community by planting trees in community park areas to help improve the environment and create homes for native animals.

This year Jacob Toyota have also introduced information days for community groups such as Women on Farms in Corryong, where we were able to spend quality time with working women on farms in rural areas by showing basic skills such as changing tyres, oil and water checks and general brake down safety of the vehicles. We also have held a night with our Local SES with a hybrid vehicle showing safety features of the vehicle and the difference between  hybrid technology and to that without so that the SES are able to ensure the safety of all in the recovery and rescue of occupant’s and volunteers alike.

The Hume Bank City2City 2016

Jacob Toyota were proud sponsors of The Hume Bank City2City again in 2016 for the second year running.

All proceeds raised by the 2016 Hume Bank City2City Run Walk will go directly to AWH and this year, funds raised will be directed to the North East Border Mental Health Service.

AWH is the only cross border health service in Australia and is one of six regional and rural health services in Victoria with its referral area and local population upwards of 260,000.

In 2016 there were over 4200 participants raising a total of $110,000 for North East Border Mental Health Service.

Check out our Jacob Toyota All Stars who all did a great job helping to raise funds for our local community.

Good For Footy

National Tree Day

Local SES

Women on Farms