LHM Charities

Children's Grief Center

The Children's Grief Center provides support groups for young people ages 5-25 who are grieving the loss of a loved one.  Support groups meeting in the evenings throughout the school year at our main campus in Albuquerque's near North Valley, as well as in southern Rio Rancho.  During the summer, we offer Good Grief Day Camps for bereaved children ages 7-17 from all  over the state.  All grief support services are provided to bereaved families at no charge, for as long as they need to attend.  The Children's Grief Center receive no state or federal funding, but relies on the generosity of community members like yourself to provide these important, effective services.

Southwest Hyundai proudly supports charities like Children's Grief Center in Albuquerque
Pictured Below from the Left with a Donation from LHM Charities
(David McDowell -GM Southwest Hyundai), (Jessica Daly -Children's Grief Center of NM),(Michelle Aragon - Charities Sub Committee Chair, NM Region, American Toyota CRM),(Jade Bock - Children's Grief Center of NM, Director),(Alex Peters - GM Hyundai of Albuquerque), (JR Malouff - GM American Toyota).

New Mexico

Larry H. Miller Charities gathers funds from employee contributions. These funds are then donated to charities that directly benefit New Mexico children.

Our lates recipient was Albuquerque Children's Christian Home (ACCH). ACCH 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.

Another recent recipient was Eastern Hills Christian Academy. This school 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.

Larry H. Miller Charities - Change for Change

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