Charities We Support
Luxury Auto Collection is proud to be active supporters of a number of Non-Profits and organizations we feel do a great job in giving back to the community we live in and care about. We know there are a lot of worthy causes across the country, but if you are looking for some that you can trust are on the right track please feel free to check these out and feel free to ask about any of them.
The mission of John Schlitt Ministries is to encourage the believer, support the church and its ministries, and take the message of Jesus Christ to the world through my music and every form of media. This is my passion and what is on my heart.
John Schlitt Ministries encourages other to share the love of Jesus Christ by using their own gifts in service to others in their communities and around the globe. In order to use ones gifts, you first have to know what they are and how to use them. The discovery of John’s gifts was a journey. He has documented that journey in a book called, simply, WHY. You can preview the book and purchase it by clicking the Shop button above.
Additionally, John Schlitt Ministries spotlights other ministries that we hope can benefit from sharing their vision and needs. In this way, your support of John Schlitt Ministries multiplies the impact of your donation by helping us spread the word about the work of these worthy organizations.
My Friend’s House Foundation is a501 (c) (3) non-profit human service organization. Our Mission is to provide life-sustaining staples that include food, clothing, toiletries and encouragement to the homeless and economically disadvantaged, regardless of race, or religious beliefs. We also provide programs that encourage clients to become self-sufficient and live healthy lives, We respond to the needs of men, women, children and seniors in Los Angeles.
The #1 mission for Sammy’s Superheroes Foundation is to fund modern treatments that will lead to a cure. Our vision is a world where childhood cancer no longer strikes fear and despair in hearts and minds of families when their loved ones are diagnosed. While funding a cure and finding modern treatments may come first, we have not forgotten about the families and the importance of supporting and comforting them. We strive to do this through our programming and services.
Serving the Arizona community since 1967, the Arizona Burn Foundation provides survivor support programs that help children and adults cope with the devastating psychological and physical effects of their injuries. We assist burn survivors and their families from crisis to recovery to a life of thriving, one day at a time.
We are also the leader in Arizona in burn prevention advocacy and education. Our Community Smoke Alarm Installation Program and children’s burn prevention education program are having impact across the state.
Scottsdale Active 20/30 Club #547, Inc. was chartered in 1987 as an organization for young men to give back to their community by raising money to support children’s charities; Scottsdale 20/30 Club is a chapter of Active 20/30 US & Canada. The philanthropic and social club is comprised of up to fifty young men under the age of forty and has raised millions of dollars for local Arizona non-profit organizations through its three fundraising events: NiteFlite, Brokers for Kids and Agents Benefiting Children.
Scottsdale 20/30 Club differs from other service organizations in that it not only raises money for children’s charities, but also encourage “hands on” interaction with the children the club supports. This active participation serves to strengthen relationships with those it serves and create a true partnership with its charity partners. This active participation embodies the Active 20/30 slogan “One never stands so tall as when kneeling to help a child.”
In 1996, Scottsdale 20/30 Club created a charitable foundation, Scottsdale Active 20/30 Foundation, Inc., to ensure that the organization would be able to give to Arizona children’s charities in perpetuity. All proceeds from Scottsdale 20/30 Club’s fundraising activities are funneled directly to 501 (c)(3) foundation, with 30% of the funds going into an endowment fund, and the remainder going into a general fund for disbursement to the club’s charity partners.
The highest honor a past active member of Scottsdale 20/30 Club can achieve is life membership. Life members are nominated by active club members and voted on by the club’s Membership Committee and Board of Directors. The award is given to members whose contributions have helped shape the course of Scottsdale 20/30 Club. The current life members of Scottsdale 20/30 Club are: Brian Ackerman, Mark Altieri, Cord Armstrong, Zack Barna, Korey Boals, Kory Blythe, David Cohen, John Damiris, Steve Davidson, John Dennett, Mike DiDomenico, Paul Douglas, Phil Dregalla, John Fitzpatrick, Jeremy Grogan, Ben Hawkins, Tom Lombardi, Eric Luoma, Keaton Merrell, Kurt Merschman, Mike Merucci, Jeff Meyer, Dan Postal, Bobby Raines, Walter “Tres” Winius III, Patrick Sheehan, Matthew Wolach.