Giving back To Our Community
North London Toyota strongly believes in supporting our local London community and through local charities & benefits we're able to give back to our community.
We sponsor various local sports teams throughout the year in our community and we do our best to spread it out through various sports. If your Team would like to be considered for a sponsorship, please fill out the form at the bottom of this page. Unfortunately we cannot sponsor every team that contacts us and we are not able to do last minute sponsorships, so please give us a reasonable amount of time to be considered.
North London Toyota is Proud To Sponsor The Following Organizations:
Make-A-Wish Southwestern Ontario
551 Oxford St W Unit 207, London, ON N6H 0H9 | 519-471-4900
We support wishes, and the chance to make those come true for children in our community is something we at North London Toyota believe deeply in. Make-A-Wish® Southwestern Ontario creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. When a wish is granted, a child replaces fear with confidence, sadness with joy, and anxiety with hope. A wish is an integral part of a child's treatment journey. Research shows children who have wishes granted can build the physical and emotional strength they need to fight a critical illness. And wishes not only help these children – they also have far reaching, positive impacts on their families and communities. Our support makes a difference in those families who need time to smile together, to see faces light up and forget the worries these children endure. We’re helping Make-A-Wish® to transform lives, one wish at a time.
North London Nationals
PO Box 51021 Stoneybrook R. O., 1593 Adelaide St., London ON N5X 4P9
We love to see our youth excel at sport in the community. Our support of the North London Nationals minor hockey association, its house league and representative teams is essential to make sure our boys and girls get the instruction and support of great volunteer coaches and the timeless effort our parents put forth to make Hockey such a great sport. Development and support is crucial in making sure every child has a chance to lace up their skates and play, learn and ultimately have fun, and we’re a proud to help make the dreams of becoming the Next One, a possibility.
London Lightning Girl's Fastball
The London Girls Competitive Fastball Association was founded in 1987 by Dave Hyman and the name London Lightning was adopted in 1996. We began with two teams and eventually grew to where we had up to seven teams ranging from Mite to Senior age levels.
The girls play two games each week during the season which lasts from early May until early August. One game each week is played at our home Stronach Park diamonds on Sanford Street in Northeast London. The other game is on the road. In all, there are between 20 and 25 league games per season, plus 2-3 tournaments and provincial Qualifiers and Championships.
295 Rectory St Suite E, London, ON N5Z 0A3 | 226-667-5777
NorWest Soccer is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run, community benefiting, soccer learning centre that offers Recreational, Developmental and Competitive Soccer to local youth 3-21 years of age.
3rd Floor, 255 Horton Street, London, Ontario, N6B 1L1 | 519-642-3003
Anova is a product of a merger between London’s Women’s Community House and Sexual Assault Centre London, to provide improved services to the London Community. Women’s Community House has been providing around the clock support and service to over 28,000 women and children in crisis. Support is focused on four main areas – a 24h Abused Women’s helpline, emergency short-term shelters for abused women and their children, second stage housing where abused women and children can stay for up to one year, and traditional outreach services for women. In recent years our Social Committee raised money for Anova as well as collected new women & children items during the holiday season to help out those in need.
London Humane Society
624 Clarke Rd, London, ON N5V 3K5 | 519-451-0630
The London Humane Society is established as a non-profit organization in 1899 and exists to improve the lives of animals in our community by providing temporary shelter and appropriate new families for unwanted or cruelly treated animals. In previous years the Social Committee has raised money along with food and toys for the animals around the holiday season to give back to our community.