COMMUNITY & CAUSES WE SUPPORT
How C&J Automotive Gives Back
As a locally-owned & operated business, we’re both delighted and proud to support many local and national groups and causes. From as small and close-to-home as supporting our Lead Technician’s daughter’s dance team, to a regional cause like Youth Mentoring Partnership, to a national organization, we’re excited to be able to be involved and support them in their mission!
We're happy to support our local, Chester County Stars Travel Softball organization which was founded in 1999 by Dennis Shores and is one of the largest premiere travel softball organization in Chester County.
The JDRF leads the fight against Type 1 Diabetes with research funding, policy advocating, and community support. We donate to support local fundraising initiatives for JDRF, such as Brian's Pride and Clare's Bears.
The Timothy School was established in 1966 as a non-profit school for children with autism. They are the oldest, non-profit school in Pennsylvania devoted exclusively to the educational needs of children with autisim. In addition to donating to support the school, we also service their sprinter vans that pick up some of the 65+ children that attend the school!
Tredyffrin & Easttown Cares, or T&E Cares, is a network of people providing financial and other material assistance to persons in need in and around the Tredyffrin and Easttown township area. They earned their nonprofit status in 2006 and runs two basic categories of programs—those that handle immediate problems, and those that attempt to help a family have a more successful future.
We're happy to support a local United Way office, who with its nationwide coalition work to resolve pressing community issues and make measurable changes in communities through partnerships with schools, government agencies, businesses, organized labor, financial institutions, community development corporations, voluntary and neighborhood associations, the faith community, and others.
The Youth Mentoring Partnership (YMP) works with students across the Philadelphia region, many of whom live in under-resourced communities. YMP matches volunteer mentors with local youth who have varying fitness levels, personal backgrounds, and life circumstances, but who can all benefit from a positive adult role model. In addition to mentoring, YMP has also been supporting families with meal donations.