Larry H. Miller Liberty Toyota Supports Local Military Families with $20,000 Donation to Project Sanctuary

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Representatives from Larry H. Miller Liberty Toyota Colorado Springs will present a $20,000 check to Project Sanctuary on Wednesday, February 24 at 10:30 a.m. in support of the organization’s mission to reconnect military families through their two-year therapeutic program which focuses on family wellness.  LHM Charities, which is funded largely by employee contributions, has allocated $10,000 to Project Sanctuary, with an additional $10,000 match by Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A.

“Our goal is to support military families based on their current situation and with that said, every family’s situation varies. We’ve developed a therapeutic program that allows us to assess and reconnect families by focusing on health and wellness,” said Heather Ehle, founder and CEO, Project Sanctuary. “With the support of organizations such as Larry H. Miller Liberty Toyota and Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., we have successfully helped more than 600 military families reconnect since 2007.”

Project Sanctuary’s program begins by assessing the need of each family; reconnecting the family through a two-year program, beginning with a therapeutic retreat, which includes recreation, education and counseling; and assisting with the transition to ensure families thrive into the future.

“Colorado Springs is a strong military community and it’s important to our dealership group and to our employees that we’re supporting families in our community,” said Todd Hilleboe, general manager, Larry H. Miller Liberty Toyota. “Project Sanctuary’s program works to reconnect and keep military families together, and we’re grateful that we can make a difference and hopefully enrich the lives of those families.”

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