Bell and Moir Toyota continue to live by their slogan "locals supporting locals" through their generosity.
Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service Gidgee Healing will now drive around in a brand new Toyota 2019 Fortuner Crusade thanks to Bell and Moir Toyota.
Dealer Principal of Bell and Moir Toyota Lee Pulman said the partnership began thanks to Trish Macnamara from Gidgee Healing.
"When Trish started working for Gidgee she approached us about all the good work that they do for local community," Mr Pulman said.
"We sponsor many things in Mount Isa and feel like Gidgee Healing contribute a great deal to not only us here but surrounding communities."
Mr Pulman said they give Gidgee Healing a new car every 12 months.
"If they had the same car for a few years it could become stale so we do a different colour and model each year," Mr Pulman said.
"It also doesn't hurt us getting the models out on the road for people to see and at the end of the day our slogan is locals supporting locals and that's what we are doing here today."
Gidgee Healing director Mona Phillips said Gidgee had grown so much over the years.
"It's a credit to all our staff and the hard work they put in," Ms Phillips said.
Ms Phillips said the car will be of great use.
"The car is seen so much because we travel a great deal, whether that be Doomadgee, Normanton or Burketown just to name a few," Ms Phillips said.
"It's been great having a new car every year and being able to promote Gidgee Healing, last year we did 23,000km in twelve months."
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