Toyota is teaming up with the Congregational Community Action Project in an
effort to improve the community around us. From October 1st to November 1st,
Malloy Toyota will be collecting canned and boxed food items to donate to this
fantastic cause. CCAP, the Congregational Community Action Project, is a
cooperative ministry of almost 50 area churches and one synagogue serving
Winchester and Frederick County that have banded together to provide assistance
to those in need.
maintains a food pantry, clothing room, and offers assistance with issues such
as rents, utilities and prescription drugs. Malloy Toyota is proud to be
pairing with one of the top community projects in Virginia to help feed and
improve the community around us with our annual Fall Food Drive.
back to the community that serves us is a big part of our philosophy here at
Malloy," says Frank Joyce, general manager of Malloy Toyota. "We hope this year we
can make a difference and that our community will come together to help make this
order to donate, please visit the Malloy dealership in Winchester. Even if
you're not buying a vehicle, you can still participate in our Fall Food Drive
and aid our community. We hope to see our community come out for this great
event and help us make a difference.