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Small changes can make a big difference. My girls get their clothes ready at night to keep the peace in the morning. I get up 15 minutes earlier than I used to so that I don’t get that anxious feeling while trying to get them and myself ready. At first, these changes seem like simple things but they truly make life better.
One small thing that I have the girls do with me is gather up clothes and toys that no longer fit to donate to those who need it. They know that when they have played and have outgrown it, there are other children out there who could love and need them. Working on this together is one small way we can help the community we live in.
After watching the Supermarché documentary about the support that Toyota gave after Hurricane Sandy, it is easy to see how small changes can affect many people.
Toyota partnered with Food Bank For New York City to bring food to areas that were impacted by Superstorm Sandy. The program called Meals Per Hour, galvanized a team from the Toyota Production System Support Center (TSSC) to share Toyota know-how on how to do more with less.
Toyota sought to increase the number of meals given out per hour. Through small changes, the team was able to increase the number of emergency meal boxes from 25 to 450 per hour, providing 250,000 meals in the process, and proving that small changes can have a huge impact!
The documentary is short and to the point. Very inspiring! Go see for yourself how Toyota helped feed many of the families in the Rockaways.
Watch Supermarché documentary to see Toyota will also donate one meal to Food Bank For New York City, up to 1,000,000 meals by July 19, for each video view.
What small changes have you made that have made your life better?
This post was written as part of my sponsored partnership with the Stiletto Media Blogger Network.