H. Miller Charities is a nonprofit foundation set up in 1995 to operate
as the charitable division of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies.
The board of trustees consists of employees from both the automotive and
entertainment branches of these companies. Also serving as trustees
are two members of the general public who are interested in the welfare
of our communities. A member of the Miller family retains a position on
the board as well. The total number of trustees is 11. The board of
trustees generally meets every 30-90 days to consider donation requests
that have passed an initial review and filtering process.
Funds available for donation come from three sources:
1) Monthly contributions from Larry H. Miller companies.
2) Contributions from employees of Larry H. Miller companies.
3) Contributions from members of the general public via fundraisers.
is provided to groups whose programs and services benefit those who
live in the same communities where Larry H. Miller companies do
business. Our giving focuses on programs that assist children, with an
emphasis on health and education. LHM Charities does not normally
purchase tables at, or sponsor fundraising dinners, golf tournaments or
other similar events. Donations are not usually provided to start-up
groups or programs. Due to restrictions within the bylaws of Larry H.
Miller Charities, we cannot make donations to private individuals or
earmark donation funds for use by specific individuals, even through a
church or other nonprofit organization.
Requests should be submitted in writing to:
Larry H. Miller Charities
c/o Michelle Aragon
5995 Alameda NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113
Albuquerque Children's Christian Home provides a permanent home to youth who are in crisis. School-age children who are victims of neglect and abuse receive treatment at the facility, which is funded through private contributions from foundations, individuals and businesses. Unlike government-funded programs such as foster care, Albuquerque Children's Christian Home allows residents to stay as long as supervision and treatment are needed. Larry H. Miller Charities made a sizeable donation to this life-changing nonprofit group.
Eastern Hills Christian Academy began as a preschool and kindergarten program in 1973 and grew over the years to include elementary and middle school classes. Thanks to a donation from LHM Charities, elementary-age students can now watch laboratory investigations via interactive DVDs.
Residents from Albuquerque Christian Children?s Home.
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