As a family owned business, it is an honor to be involved with organizations and charities in our community. Throughout the years, we have been able to help support many different charitable organizations throughout North Idaho. We wouldn’t be able to do this without our amazing customers. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to give back!
The Parker Toyota P.A.S.S. program – (Perfect Attendance Spells Success)
P.A.S.S. is an incentive based program for public elementary students in the Coeur d’Alene, Lakeland and Post Falls school districts to attend class every day in their last year of elementary school. As a reward Parker Toyota will donate a bike and helmet to each graduating elementary student who has perfect attendance in the school year.
P.A.S.S. encourages students to set goals as a way of life. When the program started in 2005 approximately 50 students received a bike and helmet. Over the past couple years we have added Parker Subaru to the program. This raised more awareness and increased the amount of bikes we get to deliver to the kids.
We are truly impressed by those students that earn the bikes. It is not an easy task to have perfect attendance. Way to go bike winners!
Coeur d’Alene & Lake City High School Car Giveaway
Every year Parker Toyota donates a car to Lake City and Coeur d’Alene High School. The two competing high schools sell raffle tickets to the community in an effort to raise funds for their athletic programs. This becomes a highly competitive, yet friendly, competition between the two schools. With each side rooting for their school’s ticket to be drawn.
Each year one lucky winner takes home a brand new Toyota!
Last year the schools raised over $100,000 and since day one we have raised over $1,000,000. All of that money stays in the high schools.
If you would like to purchase tickets for the 2020 drawing you can pick them up at the Parker Toyota showroom or visit either of the high schools. Good luck!
If you have any questions or requests for donations click here: Parker Toyota Donation Program Q & A