LHM Charities
Larry H. Miller Hyundai Albuquerque Gives Back 

At Larry H. Miller Hyundai Albuquerque, we feel it is so important to be part of our community and to find ways to give back. 
We are very grateful to our employees and customers who make it possible to donate to qualified nonprofit organizations. We care about the community in which we do business!
Albuquerque Bilingual Academy 
Larry H. Miller Dealerships employees at five Albuquerque locations announced today, a generous plan to spread joy during the holiday season as they present more than $50,000 in donations to eight local charities. Funding will provide cold weather supplies to the homeless, dance programming to disadvantaged youth, iPads for children who are blind or visually impaired, school clothing and shoes to children from low-income families, and more. Charities include: New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, New Mexico Dream Center, Barrett Foundation, Inc., Assistance League of Albuquerque, Cloud Dancers Therapeutic Horsemanship, Ronald McDonald House Charities of New Mexico and National Dance Institute of New Mexico. "Giving back is at the heart of Larry H. Miller Dealerships. We're excited to recognize these deserving organizations for the great work they do not just during the holiday season but year-round," said Ray Reilly, senior vice president, Larry H. Miller Dealerships.
Children's Grief Center
Hyundai of Albuquerque gifted Jackets and backpacks to some young students that attend Rio Grande High School. Children's Grief Center The Children's Grief Center provides support groups for young people ages 5-25 who are grieving the loss of a loved one.  Support groups meeting in the evenings throughout the school year at our main campus in Albuquerque's near North Valley, as well as in southern Rio Rancho.  During the summer, we offer Good Grief Day Camps for bereaved children ages 7-17 from all  over the state.  All grief support services are provided to bereaved families at no charge, for as long as they need to attend.  The Children's Grief Center receive no state or federal funding, but relies on the generosity of community members like yourself to provide these important, effective services.  
Volunteers Take on a Landscaping Project at Van Buren Middle School
The courtyard at Van Buren Middle School sports a fresh look after volunteers converged on the grounds for a beautification project.  About 35 employees from the five local Larry H. Miller auto dealerships participated in the landscaping project, planting trees and bushes, spreading gravel and setting up planter boxes.  Michelle Aragon, the company's local customer retention marketing manager, said the Day of Service is an annual event. It is always scheduled for April 26, which is the anniversary of the late Miller's birth.  "(Miller) always said, 'Go about doing good until there is too much good in the world'," Aragon said.  "The Larry H. Miller Group wants to support the communities it does business in," Aragon added. "There's just something about putting back into the community, like to help support school systems and other organizations that educate children."
Casa Esperanza Endowment Foundation
"On behalf of Casa Esperanza Endowment Foundation, I would like to thank you for your recent vehicle donation. The need we serve: Albuquerque's hospitals provide the best medical care available and Casa Esperanza works with these area hospitals to extend the best 'human" care available.  We provide appropriate housing and emotional support for patients and their families who reside temporarily in Albuquerque while the patient receives their treatment.  Casa Esperanza's families come to us from all backgrounds and income levels but they share one thing in common - each family is facing fear and emotional upheaval."Thank you, Chrisann Gray "Give Hope a Ride" - Vehicle Donation Program Casa Esperanza Endowment Foundation
Paws & Stripes 
Dear Larry H. Miller Hyundai Albuquerque, On behalf of our veterans and their dogs, we would like to thank you for your generous donation in support of PAWS & STRIPES. Also, thank you for your support of the Arroyo del Oso Golf Tournament." Lindsey Stanek, CEO Paws & Stripes "Paws and Stripes? is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization for wounded veterans of our United States military that works to provide service dogs for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury.  The service dogs are obtained only from shelters, and are trained by professionals specializing in service dogs.  It is the aim of this organization to provide these dogs and training for no cost to the veteran."
All Faith's Receiving Home
The employees of Larry H. Miller Hyundai Albuquerque are very excited to donate $1391.05 to All Faith's Receiving Home. All proceeds were donated directly from our employees. All Faiths' goal is to provide services to children and their families in a healthy environment which includes education, treatment, advocacy, food, clothing, and supportive and nurturing caregivers. "Dear Larry H. Miller Hyundai Team! All Faiths Receiving Home would like to express our deep gratitude for your kindness and generosity over the holiday season.  Your toy drive was a huge success and we hope you find joy in knowing that you made many children happy and full of joy.  Huge thank-you and we hope to work with you in the future!" Board of Trustees Nell Graham-Sale 
Joy Junction Annual Fund Supporter 
Dear friend of the homeless, Your recent donation to Joy Junction is such a blessing! Thank you for sharing in our mission to help families get back on their feet. We appreciate your faithful support. Joy Junction has recently seen so many more families in need of our help.  They have found themselves at the shelter with no place else to go.  Many have children who are under 5 years of age; others have school-aged children.  For all these families, Joy Junction provides shelter, food, clothing and other services.  Most importantly, we keep these families together! We also serve the homeless and hungry who do not reside at Joy Junction.  Every day, the Lifeline of Hope mobile food wagon visits areas where families need an extra helping hand. The food wagon delivers food, water, soft drinks and an encouraging word. Many who come to Joy Junction need more than a meal so we encourage our guests to join the Christ in Power Program, a 9-month recovery class.  Through Bible study, class discussion, pastoral counseling, life skills training and chore assignments, participants find the strength to overcome struggles with addictions and other harmful behaviors. Every gift to Joy Junction helps support our ministry.  Without donors like you, we could not do our work!  (we do not receive government funding) Once again, many thanks, Jeremy Reynalds,  Ph.D Founder/CEO
"On behalf of Hyundai Hope on Wheels, please accept our heartfelt gratitude for your generous donation of $12,318. Pediatric cancer is an important health issue that affects far too many children in the US where every 36 minutes a child is diagnosed with the disease. Hyundai Hope on Wheels has been committed to finding a cure since 1998 and we are pleased that we have awarded over $57 million to research and 93 cents on every dollar raised was provided directly for research.  With the assistance of donations like yours, we're able to award research grants to children's hospitals and other institutions which are doing life-saving work. Our goal is clear: we want to eliminate childhood cancer. Thank you for making a difference and joining our fight to save so many lives."Sincerely, HOPE ON WHEELS ww.HyundaiHopeonWheels.org


Larry H. Miller Hyundai Albuquerque

9820 Coors Blvd NW
Directions Albuquerque, NM 87114

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