Laird Noller Hyundai of Topeka
Community Involvement & Sponsorships
The team at Laird Noller Hyundai of Topeka is thankful for the friends, family and neighbors that surround us, and we understand that our Hyundai dealership in Topeka, KS, would be nothing without our amazing community. In our hometown of Topeka and all throughout Kansas, the patronage we've received from each and every one of you over the years truly means the world. And if we haven't met yet, we look forward to seeing you on our lot and saying hello!
We're so thankful for our community that we always aim to give back and involve ourselves with various charities, organizations and community causes. Take a look below at our KS Hyundai dealer's community partnerships, then contact Laird Noller Hyundai of Topeka to get involved!
Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center
Laird Noller Hyundai Topeka is so pleased to be not only a major sponsor, but also the exclusive dealership sponsor of the Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center. A treasured local institution founded in 1933, the Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center is proudly accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, and aims to enrich the community through wildlife conservation and education.
Rainbow Meadows Equine Rescue & Retirement
Rainbow Meadows Equine Rescue and Retirement, Inc. is dedicated to providing a safe haven for abused, neglected, abandoned and slaughter-bound horses. It was established in 2005, and since its inception, it has been an active player in the rescue of hundreds of horses.
Eudora Schools Foundation
The Eudora Schools Foundation is committed to building community partnerships to support Eudora schools. The ESF provides essential resources to enrich opportunities for all students through the arts, music, technical education, health and wellness and STEM programs. The ESF is creating a better future for students and the community.
Lawrence Schools Foundation
The Lawrence Schools Foundation provides resources that inspire learning, enrich teaching and enhance opportunities for all students, educators and staff in Lawrence Public Schools.
Cottonwood, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organization that was established in 1972 to provide services to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Over the years, Cottonwood has earned a reputation for quality services and care as a community service provider, and is the single point of entry connecting individuals of all ages with developmental disabilities to the network of services in this area.
Lawrence Christmas Parade
The Lawrence Christmas Parade began in 1993 as one man’s idea to gather friends and spotlight the historic Eldridge Hotel in downtown Lawrence. Since then, it has grown to a nationally recognized, all horse power event to celebrate the beginning of the holiday season. From a humble beginning of 21 horse-drawn entries, the parade has hosted as many as 70 horse-powered vehicles paying tribute to the contribution of the horse in our transportation heritage.
Justin Corbet Foundation
The Justin Corbet Foundation is dedicated to the memory of Justin Corbet and his love for helping others enjoy shooting sports and the great outdoors. They are committed to the financial support of programs that will recruit, educate and train youth, women, persons with disabilities and newcomers to shooting sports.
Project Topeka Community Food Drive
Since 1986, Project Topeka Community Food Drive has been providing food for hungry families through its annual February food collection effort. This effort has grown to collect the equivalent of nearly 200 tons of food annually for distribution through seven local food banks.
Lawrence, KS, Juneteenth Celebration
Black Lives Matter. The Lawrence, Kansas, Juneteenth Celebration commemorates the rich African American heritage and history within our community. We encourage you to learn more about this year's Juneteenth event and how to get involved through volunteer opportunities.
Topeka Public Schools
Topeka Public Schools are recognized nationally for academic excellence, post-secondary and career success, and achievement in the arts, athletics and extracurricular activities -- all of which are strengthened by diversity and a welcoming and inclusive environment.
American Red Cross
The Douglas County Chapter of the American Red Cross offers disaster services and military assistance to families 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, including weekends and holidays. They serve the communities of Lawrence, Eudora, Baldwin City and Lecompton.
Helping Hands Humane Society, Inc.
As advocates for animal welfare, Helping Hands Humane Society, Inc. provides sanctuary for animals in need of compassionate care and protection through fostering, overpopulation reduction, accessible facilities, community education, animal welfare awareness and so much more.
SERTOMA Clubs of Topeka Duck Race
Adopt a Duck. Support Your Community. Every year, the annual SERTOMA Great Topeka Duck Race pits at least 10,000 “adopted” rubber ducks against one another in a race to the finish line. Help the community and win great prizes!
20/30 Club of Topeka
The 20/30 Club of Topeka develops leaders and serves the needs of children in Topeka and Shawnee County. 100% of the annual fundraising total from the Children’s Charity Gala & Benefit Auction is given back dollar for dollar to children in need and the local organizations that support them.