We work with a variety of institutions and organizations around Springfield. Be an advocate for Autism Speaks. Find a walk, support the cause, or help spread awareness by volunteering your time. Dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families through advocacy and support, Lindsay Volkswagen of Dulles is proud to work with Autism Speaks and the good work they do. Donate or volunteer your time by contacting them at (888) 288-4762.
The Sprout Therapeutic Riding Center non-profit provides therapy by forging connections between people and horses in the Alexandria area. The center creates programs to promote physical, social, emotional, and cognitive growth, works with volunteers to take care of the horses, and collects donations so students can afford Sprout therapy. Get involved today by calling them at (571) 367-4555.
Lost Dog Rescue helps homeless pets find a new home through rescue and adoption. The organization works with great people to provide a friendly and safe home for these animals, and makes sure that every animal is spayed and neutered. At Lindsay Volkswagen, we are proud to work side-by-side with this noble organization. Volunteer today or adopt an animal of your own by contacting the Lost Dog Rescue at (703) 295-DOGS.
The Loudon Interfaith Relief is an online directory of Food Banks, Soup Kitchens, and non-profit organizations committed to fighting hunger. The organization takes donations in the form of non perishable foods or volunteer time to help fight hunger. If you would like to volunteer food or your time, visit their site to get started!
Sponsored by Lindsay Cars and Spokes ETC, Crosswind Racing is an Alexandria-based non-profit that promotes bike racing. They also encourage women to ride and race bikes. Overall, their goal is to inspire others in the community to adopt a healthier and more active lifestyle.
Project Horse offers therapy services for individuals, families, and groups. They also collaborate with therapists and psychiatrists if necessary to create further treatment goals. Horses have a unique ability to sense human emotion and offer a sense of calm to many individuals with mental illnesses or disabilities, giving them a safe and comfortable opportunity for self-discovery and growth.
CLYFL is a non-profit organization that was established over 50 years ago. They give children in the Loudoun and Leesburg areas the opportunity to learn more about good sportsmanship and teamwork with a good ol’ game of football. Much of their funding comes from fundraising, donations, and registration fees.
Inspired by the courage and determination of Mathias, a boy who battled osteosarcoma, Team Mathias strives to bring awareness to the underfunding of pediatric cancer research, as well as outdated treatments. Mathias’ parents work with a team of volunteers to create care packages and encourage community involvement and support.
STBW uses South American training techniques to train both individuals and teams. They offer Futsal training as part of their winter program, as well as summer camps designed and run by Gustavo Donolo — a former professional soccer player.
GOTR NOVA encourages girls to live happier and healthier lifestyles through research-based curricula that involve discussion, activities, and running. The program lasts for ten weeks and prepares the girls for a celebratory 5k event. Throughout the program, the girls learn confidence, character, care, and other traits to help them grow and succeed.
Dubs at the Lake is a VW, Audi, and Porsche event that was held on May 19, 2019 at the Garrett County Fairgrounds in McHenry, MD. Dubs at the Gap showcased VW air/water-cooled, Audi, and Porsche vehicles on September 22, 2019 at Rocky Gap State Park in Flintstone, MD. Both shows benefited the Allegany County Animal Shelter of Cumberland, MD, so be sure to check them out!
Carz Cruizin to Cure Cancer is an annual auto show/charity event that showcases classic and vintage cars, as well as custom cars, trucks, bikes. The show benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Whether your passion is classic roadsters or motorcycles, the show is fun for the whole family and supports a fantastic cause.
The Virginia Tech tragedy on April 16, 2007 claimed many lives, including the life of Erin Peterson — a freshman who majored in International Studies. The Erin Peterson Fund honors her life and legacy. The organization has given away over $200,000 in scholarships and grants to help those with Erin’s passion for learning achieve their goals.
Made possible by the Boeing Company, the Armed Forces Cycling Classic took place in Arlington, VA.
Bike to the Beach has raised about 3 million dollars and helped spread Autism awareness throughout the country. The Maryland Ride for Autism & disABILITIES included scenic 100, 50, and 25-mile routes.
The Ryan Bartel Foundation was founded in remembrance of Ryan Bartel, who took his own life on October 15, 2014, at the age of 17. Ryan struggled with low self-esteem and bullying and often reached out to others who didn’t quite “fit in.” The foundation offers a variety of programs and activities to support others who relate to Ryan’s story, including a student-led peer-to-peer program.
Cars aren’t our only business. People are, too. See what some of our customers have had to say about our services and programs: “From the time we entered the doors of their showroom we were treated like royalty; meeting and spending time with everyone from the General Manager to several Sales Consultants and Associates.” Visit us today to see how you can get involved in the community or check out our maintenance program. Contact us to learn more!
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