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Toyota Ireland donates €35,000 to St. Ultans

as part of Built for a Better World programme

In line with its Built for a Better World brand proposition, Toyota is introducing a number of initiatives aimed at making a meaningful difference and creating a better future for the people of Ireland.

Part of its commitment to creating a better future for all includes providing support to a select number of community programmes. Toyota Ireland has a long history of helping local organisations and has recently deepened its association with St. Ultans educational campus in Cherry Orchard which is located close to Toyota’s head office on Killeen Road, Dublin 12.

St. Ultans affords its students an enriched learning experience through creative, progressive and innovative approaches in implementing the Primary Curriculum. The educational campus is part of a wider integrated Education and Care service for the community of Cherry Orchard, which recognises that a combined approach of education and care is key to breaking disadvantage.

Sue Manton, Care Manager at St. Ultans commented;

“The donation from Toyota is instrumental in allowing us to continue to provide this important service. Along with the Nursery and Early Education Care Unit, St. Ultans is of primary importance as we endeavour to provide opportunities, learning experiences and support that will enable every child to reach his or her full potential.”

Commenting on the donation, Steve Tormey, Chief Executive at Toyota Ireland commented;

“Toyota truly believes in making a difference to the lives of people in Ireland and we couldn’t be more pleased to support this important initiative within our local community. The service provided by St. Ultans and the many benefits that it brings truly is “Built for a Better World” and we are proud to be part of such a unique, integrated approach to both education and care”.

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