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Toyota Material Handling leadership gives back in St. Louis

The Toyota Material Handling North America leadership team held a Strategic Planning Session in St. Louis and gave back during their business meeting.

On Brett Wood’s LinkedIn page he made mention of this special giving back opportunity. “I’m proud that our entire leadership team always makes time in their schedule to volunteer in the city where we host our meeting. This is a perfect opportunity to put our corporate responsibility into practice and prioritize Toyota’s Core Values.” said Wood.

Lydia House logoThis year the Toyota Leadership team volunteered at Lydia’s House, a center that provides a place of healing and hope for women and children who are victims of domestic violence.

Brett Wood headshot

Brett Wood

“We helped improve their landscaping, cleaned apartments, and set up furniture and essential items in apartments that provide a positive atmosphere to these families when they need it most.” said Wood. “These leaders make me proud for arriving a day early to volunteer at impactful organizations like Lydia’s House. These events are poignant reminders that if you want to lift yourself up, lift someone else first.” added Wood.

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