Larry H. Miller Dealerships Donates More Than $50,000 to Albuquerque Children’s Programs

ALBUQUERQUE – Larry H. Miller Charities, the charitable arm of Larry H. Miller Dealerships (LHM Dealerships), will present more than $30,000 in donations to five Albuquerque nonprofits. On August 11, representatives from LHM Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, LHM Hyundai, LHM American Toyota, LHM Southwest Hyundai and LHM Toyota Albuquerque will present checks to Abrazos Family Support Services, Duke City Dream Lab, CLN Kids and Amity’s Almas de Amistad. On August 18, they will visit the Boys & Girls Clubs of New Mexico to present a donation.

“Each of these organizations provide fundamental services to children in our community and we’re proud to support programs that will enhance their lives through education, personal development and health and wellness,” said Ray Reilly, senior vice president of operations for Larry H. Miller Dealerships.

Abrazos Family Support Services will receive $4,500 to purchase nine iPads for their autism after-school program. Duke City Dream Lab will support their art program with a $4,100 grant that will cover a youth care worker for six months, provide snacks for students and help purchase media art equipment. CLN Kids, an organization that provides an early childhood education center for homeless children, will receive $6,000 to help purchase new playground equipment for toddlers in their program. Amity’s Almas de Amistad will utilize their $7,500 grant to help develop an after-school wellness course that will serve 90 children who have suffered trauma or vicarious trauma. An $8,000 donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs of New Mexico will allow the organization to fund their education and career development program as well as a sports, fitness and recreation program.

On July 30, Larry H. Miller Charities and Larry H. Miller American Toyota, in conjunction with Toyota Motor Sales Education Outreach, presented $10,000 in donations to both the Explora Science Center and Children’s Museum for their Youth Intern Program, and Youth Development, Inc. (YDI) to assist with operation for their Computer Clubhouse, which gives youth 8-18 access to computer technology.


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