Community Involvement


Formed in 1995, Larry H. Miller Charities (LHM Charities) is a nonprofit foundation that functions 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 conduct business. Attention purposely focuses on issues that affect women and children, with an emphasis on health and education. Funding for LHM Charities enables the foundation to continue making an impact. Funds are generated, in large part, through LHM companies and employee contributions, as well as donations from the general public through fundraisers in the community. These contributions remain in the state where they were donated to benefit the local community. Since its inception, Larry H. Miller Charities has assisted a multitude of organizations and worthy causes.
Stuff for Students

August means that it is time to go back to school for millions of children across the country. Our goal at Larry H. Miller is to send every child back to school with the materials they need to succeed. We are raising money and gathering supplies for families that can't afford to purchase the supplies. Right now, you can stop by any Larry H. Miller store in the Denver area to donate any type of school supplies you can! Simply swing by and look for the vehicle that is packed with school supplies and drop your donation off.
Bags of Fun

Bags of Fun's mission is to deliver a Bag of Fun to every sick child whose health and happiness is both compromised and threatened. It all started with an amazing six year old named Gabby Krause. Unfortunately, Gabby passed away in 2004 after a 19 month battle against brain cancer. However, Gabby was always able to smile and laugh all the way through her chemotherapy. It is in Gabby's memory that the Gabby Krause Foundation was started, and in her spirit that the Bags of Fun program began. Gabby had the original Bag of Fun filled with toys and fun activities when she was battling her brain cancer. Her bag helped keep her busy and happy during long hospital visits. To the delight of other patients, she always shared her games and toys. Gabby wanted every child in need to have their very own Bag of Fun. 

We here at Larry H. Miller Nissan Highlands Ranch were touched when we heard Gabby's story. We wanted to help donate games and backpacks for other children who are fighting disease and need a little more fun in their lives. This past November, we were able to donate to Bags of Fun and help those kids in need. 

If you would like to know more about Bags of Fun or would like to donate for yourself, you can click here.

Denver Santa Claus Shop

We are proud to say that with the collective power of the Larry H. Miller family, we were able to donate $10,000 to the Denver Santa Claus Shop this December in support of providing happy holidays to everyone in the Denver and extended Colorado area.The donation is being presented as part of Larry H. Miller Dealerships' "5 Days of Giving" campaign to help positively impact the lives of Coloradans throughout the holiday season. Larry H. Miller dealership employees across Colorado are presenting more than $50,000 in monetary donations to various charitable programs, conducting collection drives in support of children and families, and volunteering their time in the communities they serve.

5 Days of Giving

We're kicking off our "5 Days of Giving" by surprising five Colorado charities with $10,000 donations! Today, we surprised Jeffco Eats, an organization that provides food for the weekends to children from low-income families to ensure that no child in Jefferson County goes hungry.

Through out the rest of the week, we will also be surprising Joyful Journeys, The Hope House, America's Kids Belong/Dream Makers Program and Impact on Education with donations. Please check out each organization and think about joining their cause for yourself!

Two Million Vehicles Sold!

We are pleased to announce that we have sold our 2 Millionth vehicle as a group. Thank you to everyone that made this milestone possible.