Representatives from Larry H. Miller Lexus Murray (LEX) and Larry H. Miller Lexus Lindon (LLX) hand delivered $40,000 in donations to the Children’s Service Society of Utah, the Christmas Box House, Volunteers of America Utah’s Homeless Youth Resource Center and The Sandy Club A Safe Place for Boys & Girls on Thursday, April 21. Each organization received a check for $10,000 to help fund a children’s program.

“It’s amazing what can be accomplished when we give back to others. With Lexus’ Pursuit of Potential program, we’re able to double our donation and make the dollars go that much further to help those in our community who need it,” said Jim Brown, general manager, LEX and LLX.

Larry H. Miller Charities donated $20,000 with a $20,000 match by Lexus through their Lexus Pursuit of Potential program.

“Partnerships with companies such as LHM Lexus [are] what makes this possible for us to help homeless youth move out of homelessness as soon as possible,” said Kathy Bray, president & CEO, Volunteers of America Utah. “Their generosity is making a tremendous difference in the lives of hundreds of youth who are struggling and on the streets right now. We’re so grateful.”

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