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Donated Car to Carjacking Victim
When a member of the community experienced a traumatic car-jacking, we wanted to provide some support. "The Larry H. Miller dealerships, that's what we do, what we're about: helping out in the community," said Brent Wood, General Manager of Larry H. Miller Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram 104th. "We really believe in giving back to the community and giving back until there is too much good in the world."

Repairing the car that was stolen was going to cost more than the car was worth, and Nick had minimal insurance. So the FOX31 Problem Solvers connected him with Wood, who presented him with a 2013 Dodge Dart. "We're going to turn a really bad situation into a good situation for you. I know how traumatic that was for you," Wood said to Nick. 

Larry H. Miller Employees Holiday Giving
Employees of Larry H. Miller dealerships in Colorado donated more than $75,000 to various charitable programs, collected toys at the dealerships for area children and families, and volunteered their time in the communities they serve. Donations were presented during the 2017 holiday season to help positively impact the lives of Coloradans.

5 Weeks of Giving 2017
Employees from Boulder, Denver Metro and Colorado Springs Larry H. Miller Dealerships spread cheer throughout Colorado communities in an effort to make the season a little brighter for those in need. More than $60,000 in donations and toys were presented to numerous charitable programs throughout the holidays to support children and families. 

The Denver Santa Claus Shop
Larry H. Miller Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram 104th is proud to sponsor The Denver Santa Claus Shop, a non-profit organization that shares the spirit of the holidays with Denver children in need - many of whom might not otherwise have a toy to open at Christmas. The Larry H. Miller dealerships of Colorado donated more than $50,000 to local charities for their "5 Weeks of Giving" during the 2016 Holiday season.
Denver Santa Claus Shop

Day of Service 
In honor of Larry H. Miller's birthday on April 26, employees of the Larry H. Miller Group volunteer their time for a Day of Service to help a local non-profit for the day. Volunteer opportunities have included maintaining parks & trails, building fences, painting homes, making and serving food at shelters, building and restoring playgrounds, planting trees and more! Larry H. Miller employees also donate a portion of each paycheck to give back to their community, because we believe in doing good until there's too much good in the world. 
Denver Jeep Dealership
Clear the Air Foundation
The team at Larry H. Miller Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram 104th presented a check for $20,000 to the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association's Clear the Air Foundation (on behalf of the Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation). The Clear the Air Foundation strive's to effectively lessen the amount of pollution emitted by old or not properly maintained vehicles on Colorado's roads. The goal of CTAF is to help Colorado citizens who suffer from asthma or other environment-related breathing disorders by improving the air in which we breathe and to provide scholarships to students who want to further their education in the automotive or technology fields. After an older car is donated to the Foundation, it is taken to an auto recycling company, processed for all reusable or recyclable parts, and the engine, shell and frame are crushed so they cannot pollute again.
Clean Air Foundation donation

The Salvation Army
As a proud sponsor of 92.5 The Wolf, Larry H. Miller Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram collected toys for the Salvation Army during the Wolf's 2016 Howl-i-day Jam. Country artists including Chase Rice, Aaron Lewis, Parmalee, and Love and Theft, while the crowd at The Grizzly Rose donated toys to the Salvation Army for area children in need. Thank you to 92.5 The Wolf and our amazing clients for a very special evening.

Stuff for Students
Larry H. Miller Dealerships in Colorado partnered with Denver's 9NEWS and the Volunteers of America Colorado Branch (VOA) to support the Annual "Stuff for Students" school supply drive. Donations collected will be distributed to more than 15 Colorado school districts based on the percentage of free/reduced lunch students.
Giving back in the communities where we do business has always been a guiding principle of Larry H. Miller Dealerships, and we're excited to continue our support of the 'Stuff for Students' campaign." 
Stuff for Students Denver