Larry H. Miller Toyota Corona Donates $20,000 to Local Schools

CORONA, Calif. – Five local high schools and a university received a total of $20,000 in charitable grants from Larry H. Miller Toyota Corona (LHM Toyota Corona) and Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. to fund their school’s programs. 

“Education is so vital to our youth and we’re proud to support schools in our community and the programs they provide to help ensure our children are well-rounded members of society,” said Joe Ehlert, general manager, LHM Toyota Corona. “Larry H. Miller Toyota is dedicated to enriching the lives of our customers, employees and those in the community.”

Corona High School, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Centennial High School, Norco High School and Concordia University will each use their donation towards their school’s baseball program, including purchasing equipment and uniforms for the team. Santiago High School’s grant will help fund a new computer class. 

Larry H. Miller Charities, the charitable arm of the dealership group, is funded in large part by employee contributions. Employees from LHM Toyota Corona recently volunteered to serve lunch and dessert at the Corona Norco Rescue Mission during a day of service.


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