Toyota of Cleveland leading the charge to build two homes through Women Build 2017 Toyota of Cleveland has been partnering with Habitat for many years, but four years ago they kicked their partnership into high-gear by becoming the presenting sponsor for Habitat’s major fundraiser, Hard Hats & Heels. Toyota of Cleveland has donated $20,000 every year since 2013 to the Women Build initiative. Because of the support from partners like Toyota of Cleveland, we are able to build two homes through the Women Build initiative and Hard Hats & Heels fundraiser.
Toyota Motor Corporation’s mission is to build more than just great cars; they want to help build great places to live. “Any way we can use our platform to garner exposure for a great cause we will; it’s all about being a great steward of the resources you’ve been blessed with in order to help others,” said Monté Burney, Toyota of Cleveland General Manager.
All of the proceeds from Women Build and Hard Hats & Heels are going toward purchasing building materials for the homes of Sheila Bell and Jose and Rhina Basora. Both of these families have worked extremely hard to provide the best life possible for their families. “I believe Habitat is important to any community,” said Burney. “Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland is doing a great work within the community and that’s evident in the passion and amount of work they poured into this fundraiser.”