A corporate philanthropic activity by TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION (TMC) to support environmental revitalization and conservation activities both in Japan and overseas for the purpose of sustainable development.
We received a large number of applications submitted by environmental non-profit organizations in Japan during the application period. After serious deliberations in the selection committee meeting (Chair: Dr. Keiko Nakamura, Director General, JT Biohistory Research Hall), Toyota Motor Corporation, together with experts from Japan selected projects as grantees.
･Information associated with the Committee’s decisions cannot be released.
Applications cannot be returned. Please be advised that the application and/or attached documents that are selected as grantees may be disclosed to the public.
TOYOTA has initiated a number of corporate activities to make their commitment to the environment, such as the world's first mass-production and sales of hybrid vehicles, the construction of an environmental management system (including the ISO 14001 certification), and active disclosure of environment-related information. In recognition of various achievements in environmental protection and improvement, TOYOTA received the Global 500 Award from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in 1999.
The Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program was inaugurated in 2000, commemorating TOYOTA's receipt of the prestigious Global 500 Award, to further demonstrate TOYOTA's responsibility for the environment and sustainable development. Since then, as part of its corporate philanthropic activities, TOYOTA has been conducting the Grant Program to support environmental activities implemented by NPOs and other non-profit private groups.
For details on the Program, please refer to the followings:
Screening Process and Selection Criteria
Download of Information for Applicants, Application Forms and Agreement Forms for previous fiscal year
Previous Grant Projects
Breakdown of Toyota Environmental Activities Grant Program Grant Recipient Projects (Totals)
In the 14 years since its launch in 2000, the program has supported 257 projects in 51 countries and territories world wide.
*Projects awarded grants from 2000 to 2013