Grand Toyota Wangara Sponsors

Grand Toyota Wangara is proud to be a part of our local community. We are actively involved in a number of community sponsorship and support programs which help us to give back to our local community.

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Calan William's Racing

Calan started racing at the age of 7 at Tiger Kart Club. He wanted to start racing because he had seen Formula 1 on TV and decided he wanted to do it. He started by doing lot of chores around the house!

Now Calan has competed all over Australia in karts and now race Formula Ford in the WA State Championship. Grand Toyota are a proud sponsor of Calan and look forward to seeing his dream come to life!

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Kingsley Junior Football Club

Kingsley Junior Football Club is home at the Kingsley Memorial Clubrooms in Kingsley Drive, Kingsley. In 2014 we have over 700+ players with 26 Auskick teams and 16 Mods and Opens teams.

We are proud to be one of the largest Junior Football clubs in Western Australia. Grand Toyota enjoy working with the Kingsley Junior Footbal Club ensuring the hear beats true for the red and the blue!

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Kinglsey Amateur Football Club

The Kingsley Amateur Football Club was formed in 1994 by an adventurous steering committee. The club was based at Robinson Reserve before becoming established at its current home ground at Kingsley Reserve. After being launched in the Sunday Competition and competing in two Grand Finals the club moved to Saturday’s WAAFL. We have regular well supported social events and other club functions. Ours is a fantastic club built on good leadership, past and present , with a family and community atmosphere. We field players from the age of 16 through to the old fellas.

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Make a Difference WA

Make a Difference WA is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to raise significant funds through various projects to make a difference to the lives of those in necessitous circumstances, thereby improving the overall quality of life across Western Australian communities.

The Foundation endeavours to give a helping hand to disadvantaged West Australians who fall through the cracks and cannot find any funding support.

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Wanneroo District Cricket Club

Wanneroo Districts Cricket Club is one of the 16 Premier League Clubs in the Western Australian Cricket Association. It is comprised of four Senior Grade teams, U15s & U17s teams, Colts and a Veterans team. Our home ground is Kingsway Sports Ground, where we have two adjoining outstanding turf grounds, a large clubhouse & pavilion, and a licensed bar. The club commenced as Wanneroo DCC on the 12th April 1976, and entered the WACA competition in 1979/80. A 1st Grade team was first entered in 1983/84. Wanneroo Districts Cricket Club is one of the 16 Premier League Clubs in the Western Australian Cricket Association.

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Canning City Soccer Club

Canning City Soccer Club is one of the larger soccer clubs in the Perth metro area and was established in 1972 as a not-for-profit organisation.

Canning City have 400 juniors playing in teams in age groups from 6 to 19. In 2001 we added senior teams to the club to provide a direct path for our juniors into the senior ranks.

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WA Police

WA Police

Grand Toyota supports WA Police in Joondalup, by supporting WA Police Sporting Teams. Both the Basketball and Cricket Clubs, which consist of WA Police Service, receive sponsorship from the Dealership. The Cricket Team, the Numbats, are the current titleholders of the World Police Cricket 20/20 Champions trophy and also the Australian and New Zealand Police One Day Champions.

Grand Toyota takes pride in being the Dealership of choice for the servicing of a large number of the WA Police vehicles that are used in Metropolitan Perth, ensuring that their vehicles are in peak performance for their demanding roles within their communities. 

Brad Warwick Race Car

Brad Warwick Race Car

West Australian Brad Warwick has been racing in Formula 500s since he was sixteen years old and has recently been selected to race Speedcars for KRM Motorsport, with Grand Toyota sponsoring the rookie.  Warwick won SA Speedcars Rookie of the Year 2016 in July. Warwick is a decorated racer, having won numerous titles in Formula 500, including the West Coast Series Champion and 2015 Western Australian V8 Dirt Modified Development Series Champion. 

Edgewater Woodvale Junior Football Club

Edgewater Woodvale Junior Football Club

Grand Toyota was the very first sponsor of the Football Club, which was established in 1989. The Club gave children in Edgewater the opportunity to play Australian Rules Football in a supportive and family friendly environment, with AusKick, Modified and Open competitions now adding up to almost 200 players. EWJFC is committed to inclusivity, sportsmanship and player development and participates in the West Perth Talent identification program and also, the annual State Development Squads. 

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Wanneroo Giants Baseball Club

Wanneroo Giants Baseball Club, located at the Kingsway Sporting Complex, was established in 1975 and is the largest Baseball club in WA, with over 300 playing members. The Club currently hold the 1st Grade Premiership Trophy, with the Wanneroo Junior team now playing in the Major League Baseball club, which is the highest US tournament. The Club consists of 14 junior teams and 12 senior teams, with players starting from eight years of age and is open to all ages. 

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Padbury Pumas

Affiliated with the Wanneroo Basketball Association, “Home of the Wolves” State Basketball League, Grand Toyota proudly supports the Padbury Pumas, who are one of the largest domestic clubs in Western Australia. The League currently has approximately 50 teams registered, which totals to more than 400 players. The Pumas ensure that a great environment is provided for the players, with participation being encouraged by valuing each player’s contribution and development. 

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Twin Cities Walk

Grand Toyota will be supporting this family friendly and inclusive walk around Joondalup Lake has been organised by The Rotary Twin Cities Community Walk. This event, held on Sunday, the 6th of November, is a proud supporter of Telethon Kids and Institute and Autism Research Team. The walk offers four levels of participation; the 17km, 10km, 5km and 100m events. These distances provide groups and individuals of different abilities the opportunity to participate in whichever event they feel comfortable with, to encourage everyone to take part in an effort to celebrate their local area in this mass participation event.