Located on the famous Route 66 highway, 100 miles from Las Vegas, is the Mojave Desert Heritage &Cultural Association. The association was formed as a nonprofit extension of the already-established volunteer organization, the Friends of the Mojave Road.
Findlay Automotive Group donated $50,000 to St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation, which helps people access health services, advocates for patients’ needs and partners with the community to improve quality of life.
Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow, also known as FIT, created the Standards of Excellence Academy to provide underemployed individuals with training, education and certifications so they can get higher-paying jobs. In partnership with Findlay Automotive, Standards of Excellence has developed an automotive technician training program.
Millions of people have enthusiastically sung the words from the classic 1978 hit, “It’s fun to stay at the YMCA!” Indeed since 1944, the YMCA of Southern Nevada has had its doors open to the community, providing its programs for children, individuals and families.
Findlay’s Jaguar Land Rover dealership recently presented a $10,000 check to Adam’s Place, an organization that provides healthy coping skills for thousands of people in Southern Nevada struggling with loss and grief.
Findlay’s Subaru of Las Vegas has partnered with De Castroverde Law Group for its 2021 Road to College Academic Scholarship. The businesses combined their donations of $5,000 to award a Las Vegas Valley high school senior with $10,000 to go toward a college or university tuition.
In honor of American Heart Health month in February and to support those children with heart conditions, the Findlay Automotive Group presented the Children’s Heart Foundation with $6,400.
Findlay Honda Las Vegas and Findlay Honda Henderson both won the President’s Award, the most prestigious honor from the American Honda Motor Co.
Amber Fontaine, human resources and recruitment manager with Findlay Automotive Group, is now on the board of the Las Vegas Philharmonic.
Findlay Automotive has raised more than $450,000 in charitable donations from the Findlay Celebrity Spin Zone, a segment on KVVU-TV Fox 5 where celebrities spin a slot machine inside the studio. There are typically four to six spins a month, and the sum total is given to the charity of the month.
The Towbin Auto Group partnered with Jackie Starr of Iced Out Barber Shops for its third annual toy drive in Southern Nevada. They provided toys for kids at the Andre Agassi Boys Girls Club of Southern Nevada located on Martin Luther King Boulevard in west Las Vegas.
Fourteen nonprofits received donations of $2,500 each presented by automobile dealers of the Valley Automall in Henderson.
Findlay Automotive dealerships have continued to support Three Square throughout this tumultuous year. The total contribution this year will be $19,000.
Findlay Chevrolet’s staff members didn’t let the pandemic stop them from raising money for multiple charities this year. In fact, they increased their efforts with their Jeans & Sneakers campaign.
U.S. Bank and Freedom Alliance partnered with Chapman Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram to help Staff Sgt. Deonty “Rock” Eastmon in his recovery from multiple injuries suffered during his deployment overseas. He was awarded a 2018 Dodge Journey GT.