Taking care of neighbors and being involved in the community is as important to Les Schwab stores and employees as selling tires and brakes. We believe in supporting organizations and events that teach about responsibility, hard work and serving the community—values important to our company. Each store manager chooses local organizations and activities focused on building character, helping those in need and promoting a vibrant, healthy community.
Across the West, we support activities and athletics for kids, regional cultural events, and nonprofits working to support underprivileged groups. Our strong community giving program is our way of repaying the loyalty our customers give us by reinvesting in our hometowns. Read about the organizations we sponsor here.
Dream Comes True for Lancers’ Superfan
Special needs student, the star of best football moment for East Union High School, wins hearts of the team and the community.
Les Schwab Stores’ Generosity Makes Field Trip Possible
Lodi and Stockton Les Schwab stores make history by funding the field trip for the August Knodt Elementary fourth graders.
Band Plays for Les Schwab’s Tireless Teacher
Les Schwab Tire Centers recognize Antelope High School’s band director Ritchey Hodges with the Tireless Teacher Award.
Colorado Toys for Tots Holiday Drive
Join Les Schwab Tires in the Toys for Tots drive by bringing new, unwrapped toys to any Colorado Les Schwab by December 17. We’ll make sure they get to needy families.
In an Uncommon Game, Lessons to Last a Lifetime
Great Oak High School rugby team, of Temecula, Calif., embraces the value of sportsmanship of the game and in life.
Valley Children’s Hospital: A Bright Star in Central Valley
Nationally recognized pediatric hospital, of Madera, Calif., plays crucial role in the health and livelihoods of newborns, children and teens of Central Valley.
Longmont Kiwanis Carves Toy Cars, Connections with Local Youth
Members of the Kiwanis Club in Longmont, Colo., teach kids how to create toy cars from wood. Then, they donate them to local hospitals and underserved children.
Nonprofit Helps Vets ‘Continue Mission’ in Civilian Life
Continue Mission, founded by Sgt. Josh Hansen and his wife, Melissa, helps vets transition to civilian life by organizing recreational events.
Center for Hearing Loss Helps Youth Gain Language Skills, More
The Children’s Choice for Hearing and Talking Center in Sacramento, Calif., helps hearing-impaired children communicate.