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Steve and Laurie Yarborough have a strong commitment to supporting local charities personally as well as in business. We believe deeply that we have a responsibility to give back to our community and partnering with charities strengthens all of us.

Sierra Car Care and Tire Centers adopt a different local charity each month. We donate a portion of each gallon of gas sold from our service stations on Wednesdays.

Do you have a favorite charity? Please contact us with the name of the charity, their address and phone, and a paragraph on who the charity supports and we will present it to our crew. We would love your ideas and your suggestions!

We are proud to sponsor and help support:

  • Harrah’s Automobile Museum
  • Good Luck MacBeth Theater Company
  • Theatre Works of Northern Nevada
  • Tahoe Players
  • Sierra School of Performing Arts
  • Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Northern Nevada
  • We Care Volunteers
  • St. Vincents
  • Red Cross
  • Reno Youth Jazz Orchestra
  • Canine Rehabilitation Center and Sanctuary
  • Trauma Intervention Programs
  • Children’s Cabinet
  • Kid’s Cottage
  • Sierra Nevada Donate Life
  • Sierra Nevada Community Sailing
  • Step 2
  • Evelyn Mount Community Outreach
  • Adopt a Vet Dental
  • Northern Nevada Children with Cancer Foundation
  • Shakespeare Animal Fund

Charity of the Month

MST/SCC is honored to recognize a different local charity each month. Our Charity of the Month Program provides awareness and exposure for the chosen non-profit over the course of one month. The charity is featured on all of our social media sites by displaying photos/videos and information about the charity. There are so many worthwhile causes and we at MST/SCC feel very strongly about giving back to the community. If you are a charity or would like to nominate a charity for us to consider for Charity of the Month, please submit your suggestion to us at our Main Office through our online form.

Program Eligibility

  • Charity must serve the local community.
  • Charity must be able to provide copy, photos and video of the work they do in the community.

Review past MST/SCC Charity of the Month program recipients on our News page.

Sierra Car Care and MST Tire CenterCommunity support is important for our city’s growth and success, that is why we would like to encourage shoppers like yourself, to fuel or “Pump-it-Up” at our gas stations located in the Reno and Sparks area.

Every month we donate a portion of sales from the pump at our Sierra Car Care/MST Tire Center locations, and a portion of new tire sales from MST Tire Center, to benefit a local charity. Each month we will name a new charity for the proceeds to help. You can help these charities too, just by purchasing from Sierra Car Care and MST Tire Center.

We call it “Gas for Goodness.” All donations in April will support the Solace Tree. Every Wednesday, we’ll make a donation from the pump for every gallon of gas sold from our Sierra Car Care/MST Tire Centers. And we’ll donate $1.00 per tire sold each Saturday at MST Tire Center on Mill Street.

So Pump-it-Up on Wednesdays at your local Sierra Car Care/MST Tire Centers, or get new tires on Saturdays from the Mill Street location (only), and you can help to make a difference. A difference in our community.

The mission of the Solace Tree is that all children, teens and their family members have the freedom to express their feelings associated with death in a safe and loving environment. Our peer support programs and educational opportunities help children and teens learn to cope and adjust to the changes in their lives.

In 2002, while teaching at an elementary school and finishing his Masters degree in school counseling, Emilio Parga discovered he had cancer. He was also assisting students who had lost parents to suicide, accidental death and cancer. In his attempt to provide these children with emotional support, he realized that many kids and teenagers in Northern Nevada had lost a parent, sibling or caregiver throughout the year, and that there were no grief support programs for them. Knowing all too well a child or teen’s need for support when a family member or caregiver dies, Emilio decided there was no time to wait and he created the Solace Tree in 2004.

For more information,visit:
Thanks for supporting our community!

the solace tree charity

Community support is the backbone of the city, and we try to maintain that strong support system. Good community support promotes business and job growth in a range of fields. It also promotes a happy and healthy living for the mind, body and soul. That is why we are passionate about giving back to the community and people within our city.

Here are some charities we are able to help, thanks to your support:

Do you know a local charity you’d like us to consider supporting?

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