Toyota will donate a new vehicle to each of four Kentucky non-profits as part of its 100 Cars for Good program.
The four winners — Kentucky Blood Center in Lexington, Quest Farm in Georgetown, Jewish Hospital and St. Mary's Foundation in Louisville, and the Louisville Zoo Foundation — were among the third set of 25 winners of the program.
Toyota's program, which started May 9, awards 100 vehicles to 100 American non-profits over 100 days. The non-profits were among 500 finalists selected in the contest. The winners were picked through a public vote on Facebook.
Voting for the program continues through Aug. 16, with five non-profits competing each day. To learn more, go to Carsforgood.com.