National Tree Day
Sydney City Toyota's involvement in National Tree Day has been a long term partnership. In 2011, we contributed to planting more than 1 million trees, shrubs and grasses at over 2900 Tree Day events Australia.
National Tree Day and Schools Tree Day combine to make Australia's biggest community tree-planting and nature care event. Co-ordinated by Planet Ark and proudly sponsored by Toyota, these are special days for all Australians to help out by planting and caring for native trees and shrubs to improve the environment in which they live.
National Tree Day was co-founded by Olivia Newton-John and Planet Ark in 1996 and since then more than 2.8 million volunteers have planted over 17 million native trees and shrubs! It's a day to get down and get your hands dirty to help the planet!
Each year, we welcome schools in our community to participate in tree planting by supply seedlings and promotional material to educate and stimulate interest in the environment. If you would like more information or have your school participate in the upcoming National Schools Tree Day in 2018, please contact Min Wang.
NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS)
NSWIS provide world class facilities, services and sport programs to elite and emerging athletes across NSW. Operations officially commenced in 1996 and today the Institute has over 700 high performance athletes on squad or individual scholarships, with scholarships offered over a diverse range of sporting disciplines.
The NSWIS offers a comprehensive spectrum of support services to elite and emerging athletes in their home environment, enabling them to pursue their sporting careers with minimal disruption to their family, education and employment.
These decentralised services are complemented by the NSWIS facility. The purpose built facility provides a base for our internationally recognised sport programs, offering a central location, and access to the full range of NSWIS services, for many of Australia’s Olympians and Paralympians, our world class coaches, and the next generation of sporting talent. For more information, please visit their website here.
Randwick Petersham Cricket Club
Randwick Petersham Cricket Club has become one of the top clubs in Sydney Grade Cricket winning premierships in the 1st Grade Limited Overs and Twenty20 competitions. They have also been successful in 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade twice and in the developmental Metropolitan Cup competition.
The prestigious Club Championship was won in 2007-08 and 2010-11 while the club has produced five first class cricketers with Simon Katich, Nathan Hauritz and Usman Khawaja going on to play Test cricket. Former Randwick Test cricketer Mike Whitney has been President of Randwick Petersham throughout its 11 year history.
Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation
Sydney City Toyota has been a proud sponsor of the Sydney Children Hospital Foundation since January 2013.
Sydney Childrens Hospital, Randwick is a specialist facility for child health, a paediatric teaching centre and the hub of a network of professionals caring for children throughout Sydney and New South Wales.
The Sydney Children Hospital Foundation:
- Provides funding for life-saving, state-of-the-art medical equipment
- Supports the refurbishment of wards and commissions capital works to improve facilities for patients and families
- Provides funding for the training of future paediatric specialists and other clinical staff
- Supports life-saving services such as the Centre for Childrens Cancer and Blood Disorders
- Supports cutting edge research projects
Sydney City Toyota is committed to contributing to the community it serves. Throughout the year, we will be raising money through ongoing fundraising activities to show our support.
Sydney Uni Flames
Sydney Uni Sports and Fitness (SUSF) – The University of Sydney has a long and prestigious history of sport, witnessing many changes in the athletic world. Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness has produced more Australian representatives and won more major competitions than any other club. Consequently it continues to be an influential body in the sporting domain.
In 2011 The University of Sydney was named Overall Australian University Sport Champions. In the same year the Football Club won their eighth straight Club Championship and their seventh straight Colts championship, the American Football Club won their ninth consecutive premiership and the Sydney University Cricket Club won the 2010-2011 One-Day Premiership, the Under-21 Poidevin-Gray Shield and the Belvidere Cup.
On January 1, 2003, the Sydney University Sports Union (1890) and the Sydney University Women's Sports Association (1910) amalgamated and created this country's premier tertiary sporting body. Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness manages and administers 47 sport and recreation clubs, organises sporting and recreation events and offers a comprehensive range of sporting facilities to students and the wider Sydney community.
Further to this, Sydney City Toyota has been a proud sponsor of the women’s basketball team, Sydney Uni Flames for 6 years. For more information, please visit their website here.
Eastern Suburbs Cricket Club
Eastern Suburbs Cricket Club (Waverley) Incorporated (ESCC) has been a community cricket club since 1894. In that time is has been of service to thousands of families both in the Eastern Suburbs area and beyond.
In their life’s journey thousands of young men and women have passed though Waverley Oval, its coaching classes and extensive junior competition. While some have gone on to represent the district and beyond, all have benefited from the mentoring provided by the coaches and senior players from the club.
It is not trite to say that lifetime friendships have been forged at Waverley Oval, something that will continue as long as cricket remains our premier summer sport and is played at Waverley Oval.
Eastern Suburbs Cricket Club is constantly evolving and expanding. It continues as a major force in the Sydney Grade Cricket competition and provides a nursery for players at inter district, state and national level.