Giving Back

2018 Holiday Stuff-a-Truck for Emmaus House

Haverhill, Massachusetts - November 15, 2018 - This December, nearly 70 housing insecure children throughout the Merrimack Valley will have a reason to celebrate as Jaffarian Volvo Toyota of Haverhill holds their 2018 Holiday Toy and Clothing Drive. Join Jaffarian Volvo Toyota's staff, customers and vendors for the 4th Annual the Jaffarian Volvo Toyota Stuff-a-Truck, a month-long event to fill a Toyota Tundra with holiday gifts and clothing for children currently residing at the Emmaus Family Shelter.  Last year, Jaffarian Volvo Toyota provided clothing, toys and supplies for more than 60 children in need.  Giving back to the community has been a lifelong commitment for several generations of the Jaffarian's, which started nearly 80 years ago and continues today. The Jaffarian family is proud to be in partnership with the Emmaus House to help build stronger communities.

"There is nothing better than seeing children on Christmas morning when they head to the tree to open gifts - unfortunately, not every family is able to provide that. In partnership with our customers, vendors and the Jaffarian team - we hope to create happy memories for the children at Emmaus House this holiday season," shared Gary Jaffarian, President and CEO of Jaffarian Volvo Toyota. "Emmaus is an extraordinary partner and we are proud of their work in the community.  We are excited to help Emmaus House make the holidays a happier time for the children in their stead."

Community members can drop toys and clothing off at Jaffarian Volvo Toyota, 600 River Street, Haverhill or use the Amazon Wish List to order. Thank you to the community-at-large that supports
us!


The Haverhill Boys and Girls Club Visits the Grinch
Who Stole Christmas


Gary Jaffarian and Amy Carey, both of Jaffarian Volvo Toyota with Javier Bristol, Executive Director, Sabrina Garcelon, Education Director and 36 children of the Haverhill Boys and Girls Club


The MSPCA Nevins Farm Receives a $10,000 Donation from Jaffarian Volvo Toyota to Support the Merrimack Valley Community

Methuen, Massachusetts - November 13, 2018 - The Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals at Nevins Farm is excited to receive a $10,000 donation from Jaffarian Volvo Toyota for their efforts to provide continued support to those impacted by the September 13th Gas Disaster. The funds donated for this crisis support the work of meeting the continued needs of those affected in the communities of Lawrence, Andover and North Andover.

Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals at Nevins Farm: Most of the animals that came to the MSPCA at Nevins Farm following the gas explosions and fires have returned home to their families, though a few animals will be in foster care with Nevins Farm for a longer period of time as their families' homes have been badly damaged or destroyed.  With a tremendous and heartwarming outpouring of love and donations of pet food, supplies, toys, bedding and linens already fully stocking us at the shelter!  Nevins Farm anticipates that families without natural gas services for heat may need to come to us for pet bedding and ways to keep warm as the temperatures drop!

"Our customers came through again in partnership to the support our community and those in need", said Gary Jaffarian, President and CEO of Jaffarian Volvo Toyota.  "When crises happen, I'm proud of how the Merrimack Valley responds!  Thank you to all of our customers!"


The Essex County Community Foundation (ECCF) Receives a $15,000 donation from Jaffarian Volvo Toyota to  Support the Greater Lawrence Disaster Relief Fund

Danvers, Massachusetts - November 2, 2018 - The Essex County Community Foundation is excited to receive a $15,000 donation from Jaffarian Volvo Toyota of Haverhill for the Greater Lawrence Disaster Relief Fund to provide continued support to those impacted by the September 13th Gas Disaster. The funds donated for this crisis support the work of meeting the continued needs of those affected in the communities of Lawrence, Andover and North Andover.

"When tragedy strikes our friends and neighbors, it's incredible to see how the business community rallies around them," said Crystal Bates, ECCF's director of development and communications. "ECCF is so grateful for support from Jaffarian, which will have a big impact now and in the coming weeks and months as the individuals and families affected by the fires work to rebuild their lives."

"Our customers came through again in partnership to the support our community and those in need", said Gary Jaffarian, President and CEO of Jaffarian Volvo Toyota.  "When crises happen, I'm proud of how the Merrimack Valley responds!  Thank you to all of our customers!"

Jaffarian Volvo Toyota has long been a part of the Merrimack Valley community and as a family-owned business are thankful for the support from the surrounding communities enabling the Jaffarian business to survive and grow. Giving back to the community is truly in the Jaffarian DNA. Making a difference and giving back started with first generation owners Fred and Alice Jaffarian and has been passed down to the third generation Jaffarian's, brothers Gary and Mark, and fourth generation Gavin, Gary's son. The local community partnerships are especially important, from supporting the local Boys & Girls Clubs, Emmaus House, YMCA, Toys for Tots with the US Marines, local sports teams and now the Essex County Community Foundation and Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals at Nevins Farm - the Jaffarian family continues to give back and help build stronger communities.

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  • Tuesday 9:00AM-8:00PM
  • Wednesday 9:00AM-8:00PM
  • Thursday 9:00AM-8:00PM
  • Friday 9:00AM-6:00PM
  • Saturday 8:30AM-5:00PM
  • Sunday 12:00PM-4:00PM

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Jaffarian Automotive Group

600 River St.
Directions Haverhill, MA 01832

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