Toyota donates Prius to Irish Cancer Society

Toyota Ireland has donated a Toyota Prius Hybrid to the Irish Cancer Society, writes Trish Whelan.

The car will be used to help in developing the essential Volunteer Driver Service that provides transport for cancer patients to and from their chemotherapy treatments in partner hospitals.

Launched in 2008, more than 3,300 patients around Ireland have benefited from the service to date.

The service is now available in 21 hospitals nationwide and has over 1,200 drivers who covered over 1.1 million kilometres in 2016 alone.

Pictured above are Susie Cunningham, Corporate Partnerships Manager for the Irish Cancer Society; and Michael Gaynor, Marketing Director of Toyota Ireland.

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