Larry H. Miller Charities is a nonprofit foundation functioning as the charitable arm of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies. Assistance from the foundation is directed toward groups and programs based in the communities where Miller Companies run business. While we primarily focus on issues affecting women and children, emphasizing on the health and education of under privileged children. 


Funds are generated, in large part, through LHM companies and employee contributions, as well as donations from the general public through fundraising in the community. All contributions remain in the state where they were donated in order to help improve those communities. Since 1995, Larry H. Miller Charities has contributed to many organizations and worthy causes.

Larry H. Miller Dealerships & Arizona Department of Child Safety
Luggage of Love Drive
Hundreds of Arizona children enter foster care every month. As these children leave home for a safer environment, they often have little time to pack a bag. Here's our chance to help!
DONATIONS WILL BE COLLECTED MARCH 1 - 31

ALL ITEMS MUST BE BRAND NEW
  • SUITCASES - Carry-On Size with Rollers
  • BLANKETS PILLOWS - Single Pillows, in Original Packaging
  • PAJAMAS - Ages 0 - 18 (especially for teens)
  • SOCKS - Ages 0 - 18 (especially for teens)  
Please put your item(s) at the showroom display.

Mask Donation


Seth England, Cody Garbis, and Jacob Burns were present as we presented masks to The Boys & Girls Club of America.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Valley - Arizona is doing everything possible to keep your child, the staff and volunteers protected from its spread and with the help of Larry H. Miller Ford Mesa we are able to provide additional masks to all who enter the club.

For information on fostering or adopting, visit www.azdcs.gov.


 
At the Adams School, we had Seth England, Joey Zaffino, Rhiannan Ferguson, and Megan McNearney present for a total of 4400 masks donated to The Boys & Girls Club and the Adams School.
Ford First Book
First Book, aims to increase access to books, boost opportunities for literacy and encourage STEAM education for children in low-income families, with educational resources that will help them develop the literacy skills vital to their success in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM).

LHM Ford Mesa was fortunate to assist Adams Elementary School in the quest to provide much needed books for their students. Several teachers participated in the program and were rewarded by being able to purchase many books. Wrapped and ready to go, we delivered the books to the school and their enthusiastic students. 

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