At a soup kitchen in Harlem, the wait time for dinner has been cut down from 90 minutes to 18. In a warehouse in Brooklyn, volunteers were packing boxes of supplies for hurricane victims in 11 seconds, down from 3 minutes. What happened? Instead of money, Toyota donated something else: efficiency. According to the president of NY’s Food Bank, Toyota has “revolutionized the way we serve our community.”

+ Slate says they’ve found the most efficient office in the world. And it’s run by the United States government. (You still might want to stick with Toyota.)