Larry H. Miller Dealerships to Deliver More Than $95,000 to Colorado Nonprofits During Annual “5 Days of Giving” Holiday Program

Dealerships will make the season brighter for 10 organizations supporting communities

 

DENVER (December 9, 2021) – This holiday season, Larry H. Miller Dealerships will deliver financial gifts totaling more than $95,000 to 10 nonprofits to benefit local communities. The “5 Days of Giving” holiday campaign aims to spread goodwill and joy by giving back to deserving charities that support local individuals and families. 

 

“We are so thankful for the nonprofits in our communities that work to make a difference every day,” said Ray Reilly, senior vice president of operations, Larry H. Miller Dealerships. “Our ‘5 Days of Giving’ provides our employees the opportunity to show their gratitude and give back to these impactful programs during a special time of the year.”

 

Larry H. Miller Charities disperses charitable donations through a grant program primarily focused on charities that serve women and children, with an emphasis on health and education.

 

Media are welcome to attend all check presentations. Please contact Sara Waldman at sara.waldman@lhmauto.com or (801) 304-4922 for interviews or more information.

 

The check presentations will take place as follows:

 

Friday, December 10

 

  • 10 a.m. - $7,772 to YWCA Boulder County (Boulder) – The donation will support Children’s Alley, YWCA’s Persimmon Early Learning child care program, which serves as Boulder County’s only drop-in child care center that responds to the community need for accessible and affordable child care. Persimmon Early Learning offers flexible and affordable short-term and long-term child care structured to break down barriers and empower women to achieve sustainable economic advancement.

 

               Check presentation will take place at YWCA Boulder County,  2222 14th St., Boulder, CO 80302

 

Monday, December 13

 

  • 11:30 a.m. - $10,000 to Food for Hope (Thornton) – The grant will support their in-school food banks in Northglenn, Adams County and Federal Heights. It will also provide two-thirds of the funding needed for their new location planned in Brighton, directly impacting the lives of those deserving children. Conveniently located within schools, Food for Hope helps with transportation challenges while reducing the stigma and embarrassment of going to a community food bank.

 

Check presentation will take place at Food for Hope, located inside the ThornCreek Church, 3853 E. 120 Ave., Thornton, CO 80233

 

  • 1 p.m. - $10,000 to Denver Dumb Friends League (Denver) - Funding will support their Humane Education programs, which aim to reach young people as their values of compassion, empathy and justice are taking shape. The donation will support an estimated 100 school programs, reaching 2,300 students.

 

Check presentation will take place at Denver Dumb Friends League, 2080 S. Quebec St., Denver, CO 80231

 

  • 1 p.m. - $7,772 to TGTHR (formerly Attention Homes) (Boulder) – This organization supports youth experiencing homelessness or at risk of being homeless and aims to build a movement that galvanizes communities, empowers young people, and puts an end to youth homelessness. LHM funding will support services including the Chase House adolescent residential care facility; Street Outreach, providing homeless youth with access to resources, supplies, and case management; an emergency overnight shelter and daytime drop-in center; and permanent housing and transitional living programs.

 

Check presentation will take place at 1440 Pine St., Suite B, Boulder, CO 80302

 

Tuesday, December 14

 

  • 1 p.m. - $10,000 to Food Bank of the Rockies (Denver) – The grant will support the Totes of Hope program, which contains nutritious shelf-stable items that are delivered to children through 60 distribution sites weekly. The totes are filled with food for the weekends when other onsite food programs may be unavailable. For many children, the contents of the totes are the main source of food for their families on Saturdays and Sundays.

 

Check presentation will take place at Food Bank of the Rockies, 10700 E. 45th Ave., Denver, CO 80239

 

Wednesday, December 15

 

  • 10:30 a.m. - $10,000 to Hope House Colorado (Arvada) – Hope House Colorado seeks to empower teen moms to strive for personal and economic self-sufficiency and understand their significance in creating a healthy future for themselves and their children. This donation will support Hope House’s free self-sufficiency programs for parenting teen moms, including residential, high school & GED, and college and career programs.

 

Check presentation will take place at Hope House Colorado, 6475 Benton St., Bldg. A, Arvada, CO 80003

 

Thursday, December 16

 

  • 11 a.m. - $10,000 to Listen Foundation (Greenwood Village) – The donation will support the Cochlear Implant Family Camp, which brings together children who are deaf or hard-of-hearing and use cochlear implants, along with their parents and siblings, in a camp experience designed to celebrate success. The camp celebrates children for who they are as they discover what it means to feel accepted and find belonging. 

 

Check presentation will take place at Listen Foundation, 6950 E. Belleview Ave., Ste. 203, Greenwood Village, CO 80111

  • Noon - $10,000 to The Joshua School (Englewood) – The Joshua School serves students and families utilizing Applied Behavior Analysis, an evidence-based therapy focused on the science of learning and behavior. The $10,000 grant will support critical operating expenses associated with providing educational and therapeutic services to 100+ students with autism and other related developmental disabilities.

Check presentation will take place at The Joshua School, 2303 E. Dartmouth Ave., Englewood, CO 80113

 

Friday, December 17

 

  • 10 a.m. - $10,000 to Treeline Pass (Greenwood Village) – Treeline Pass is an adult day program for individuals with autism and developmental disabilities. Funding will help cover expenses as Treeline Pass moves into a larger facility that will serve more individuals in need. This move will improve the level of services, client quality of life and positively impact the surrounding community.

 

Check presentation will take place at Treeline Pass inside St. Barnabas Episcopal Parish, 1280 Vine St., Denver, CO 80206

 

Check previously presented

 

  • $10,000 to Boulder Voices for Children (Boulder) – Funding will go towards recruiting, training and professionally supporting the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers to advocate for victims of child abuse and neglect in Boulder County. The CASA program also offers emergency essentials, when necessary, and enrichment activities for each child. The staff supervisor and volunteer are vital voices on the team, supporting the family and amplifying the child’s voice inside and outside the courtroom.

 

Check was presented on December 3; photo available upon request.

 

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About Larry H. Miller Dealerships:

Larry H. Miller Dealerships operates more than 60 locations under 17 different automotive brands in seven western states. The dealership group has 12 dealerships in Colorado.

 

Larry H. Miller Dealerships has a strong legacy of giving back to communities where it does business. Through its charitable organization, Larry H. Miller Charities, more than $1 million has been donated to qualified nonprofit organizations throughout Colorado since 1997.

 

For more information on Larry H. Miller Dealerships, please visit www.lhmauto.com.

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