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Logo of Kelowna ToyotaKelowna Toyota
Welcome to Kelowna Toyota; where we are an experienced and diverse team of automotive experts dedicated to our community. Since 1970 Kelowna Toyota has been striving to contribu...
We're committed to giving back to the community!
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1200 Leathead Rd
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1X 2K4
Causes we care about

Top company causes

  • Education

  • Health & Well-being

  • Special Needs and Diverse Abilities

Our average annual contributions

$500K

Dollars Donated

550

Hours Logged by Employees

$11K

Monetary Equivalent of Hours

Social Mission
We believe it is incredibly important to give back to the community that supports us so strongly. Each year we have committed to providing substantial funds to local charities to help give back to the community. We also volunteer with our staff to help provide support for many of these charities. Since taking over the dealership, we have donated $100,000 in 2017 and $200,000 in 2018 and plan to continue on with this sort of support and this is why “We are Community Driven”.
Some of the organizations we support
Canadian Cancer Society - Vancouver
CRIS Adaptive Adventures
Starbright Children's Development Centre
New Vintage Theatre
Kelowna General Hospital (KGH) Foundation
BrainTrust Canada Association
What people are saying about us
Xxxxc XxxxcKelowna & District S.H.A.R.E. Society

Kelowna Toyota has been supporting Kelowna & District S.H.A.R.E. Society for several years. Initially, they provided us with a cash donation for the purchase of a new delivery truck, and offered us an in-house loan for the balance. Since then they have continued their support in the form of cash donations and media coverage promoting our Adopt-a-Family Hamper program and our retail skills training program for youth with diverse abilities. We thank them again for including us in the upcoming media event to take place on Saturday October 17th, 2020.

Picture of Richelle LeckeyLogo of Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs
Richelle LeckeyOkanagan Boys and Girls Clubs

We are so thankful for the generosity of Kelowna Toyota this past year. Their donation allowed over 100 children in our community an opportunity to experience the Okanagan Symphony and the Rocky Mountain High performance first-hand. When we inspire young people and expose them to opportunities they do not normally have a chance to participate in, we give these young people a chance at a Great Future. Thank you Kelowna Toyota!

Stories of our community involvement
That's a wrap for the Kelowna Santas gift gathering outing! This group of Santas took the Kelowna Toyota sleigh through downtown and spent $5,000 on gifts at local businesses like Opus Art Supplies, Mosaic Books, and Hitz Boutique to bring some cheer to children and teens in need this holiday season. Thank-you to the Kelowna Actors Studio for being an official drop location!

If you'd like to donate items to youth in need, please visit one of many toy drop locations, such as the Kelowna Actors Studio on Ellis or Secure-Rite Mobile Storage in Rutland, and drop it off in the Secure-Rite gift container!
The donations are in! It's official - we raised well over $10,000 in support of Cops for Kids Foundation !

The fundraising efforts will go directly to assist children in crisis. These efforts have allowed families to be together when they have a sick child in care at hospitals, both local and at great distances. Plus, with needed purchases like specialized trikes, wheelchairs, lifts for vans, walkers, special learning tools, surgeries, hearing devices, counseling, and so much more!

A BIG thank you to the community for their support and Cops for Kids with their drive and initiative to make this happen. Here's looking to the next biking event!
Today marks a new initiative by Giving Tuesday called Giving Tuesday Now. The goal is to rally the world to drive a massive, collective spike of generosity, citizen engagement, philanthropy activation, and support for communities and non-profits around the world.

At Do Some Good, we’re fortunate to see this generosity every single day in support of many nonprofits. Our platform is free to use by community organizations and there is a big reason for that: The generosity of our Good Companies. By choosing to use Do Some Good, Good Companies make it possible for these organizations to gain awareness for their causes, find volunteers, manage events, and do so much more. Today we will showcase these businesses because they all do so much to give back to their local communities. We want to thank them for making our communities stronger!

#ThreePoint Capital #Kerr Wood Leidal Associates Ltd. #AEM (Anodyne Electronics Manufacturing Corp.) #Valley Comfort Systems #Connect Hearing #1867 Private Wealth Management / Raymond James Kelowna #Kelowna Toyota
In today's spotlight series, we’re featuring Kelowna Toyota!

Kelowna Toyota epitomizes what it means to be a community-minded business donating thousands every year to local charities. Their tagline is “Community Driven”, which stands true with their involvement in campaigns for charitable organizations such as YMCA of the Okanagan, Mamas for Mamas, and the Canadian Cancer Society to name a few. Pop over to their community profile to see all of the incredible work this business is doing to build stronger communities!
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If you’re an organization looking to be featured or simply want to showcase your Random Act of Kindness stories, reach out to amy@dosomegood.ca for more information!
Kelowna Toyota makes a $50,000 donation to Okanagan College's new Health Sciences Centre in memory of Jamie's cousin, Kira Goodwin. Goodwin was a registered nurse who died at age 32 in an avalanche while backcountry skiing. We're so grateful to be in a position to make a difference in honour of an incredible individual. Healthcare is absolutely vital, and healthcare professionals dedicate their lives to taking care of people and giving to their community. Being able to give back and contribute to that field means so much to us.
It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and that means it's time for a test drive at Kelowna Toyota - because for every new Toyota that's taken for a test drive during the month of October, we'll donate $25 to breast cancer research! Even if you're not interested in test driving a new vehicle, you can still show your support by donating directly to the Canadian Cancer Society - Kelowna! For more information on this initiative visit https://www.kelownatoyota.com/drive-pink/
Kelowna Toyota is proud to have supported the YMCA’s swim lesson program for grade 3 students here in Kelowna. This is in support of the Across The Lake Swim – which has been running annually for over 70 years!
From May 23rd to 25th, 2019 we're donating $200 from every new Toyota sold to Paws It Forward Dog Rescue Non-profit Dog Rescue! Sun FM will be on site and we're have a BBQ from 1 PM to 5 PM on Saturday May 25th. Show your support bring your dog for a treat.
#pawsitforward, #dogrescue, #kelownatoyota
Help Us Fill this Tacoma! Mamas for Mamas - Men Behind the Mamas Clothing Drive is on now! Until March 30th, 2019 bring 3 items of Men's or Boys clothing to Kelowna Toyota for donation and you’ll receive an additional $750 Off any new Toyota Car or $1500 Off and New Toyota Truck. Support a Good Cause and Drive Home a Great Deal!
Kelowna Toyota proudly sponsored the 2019 Western Canadian Ski Championships February 8-10, 2019. Given Telemark Nordic Ski Club’s central location it is anticipated that we will play host to over 500 of the most competitive cross country skiers, and their coaches, from Canada and the Western United States. This FIS and CCC sanctioned event will be held over three action packed days of racing and consist of three race events. The event brig athletes and coaches together from across North America.
We're committed to giving back to the community!
View the Pledge
1200 Leathead Rd
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1X 2K4
Causes we care about

Top company causes

  • Education

  • Health & Well-being

  • Special Needs and Diverse Abilities

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