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 |  May 23 2013, 11:39 AM

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Toyota is going to donate $250,000 to help the relief effort for victims of a massive Tornado that wiped out whole subdivisions of homes in Moore, Oklahoma and the greater Oklahoma City area.

The money will go towards helping first responders, along with mid-to-long term needs in the areas of food, small business revitalization and home rebuilding. Toyota is one of at least four other automakers who have already pledged money and or vehicles to the relief effort.

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“On behalf of Toyota, we express our sincere condolences to everyone impacted by this devastating tornado. Our thoughts are with the affected families as they work to rebuild their lives,” said Latondra Newton, Toyota VP of philanthropy and chief diversity officer.

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