Community Support

Autobody Advantage is committed to serving the needs of our communities through the investment of our resources and employee participation. We direct our giving to organizations that address vital community needs and issues, focusing on community development, education, youth, seniors, and human services.

One of Autobody Advantage’s measures of success is to be “Respected Member of Our Community.” Charitable giving is one of the ways in which we work to achieve this status. Our Community Relations and Corporate Giving mission statement is: “To combine the resources of the company with the energy of the employees to be a positive force in the communities where we live and do business.”  Each year, we provide financial support to local organizations. We are very fortunate to have business success and as we continue to build on that success, we want to make sure that along the way we are doing our part to help our communities become a better place.

If it’s important to the community…it’s important to us.

P.E.O. International Tennessee

P.E.O. is an international educational organization which gives loans, grants and scholarships to further the education of women on an international level. The organization has stewardship of Cottey College, a women's college in Nevada, Missouri, offering baccalaureate degrees.

Boy & Girls Club of Maury County

 "Our mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens."

Our vision statement is “We strive each day to POSITIVELY IMPACT youth, STRENGTHEN families, and ENRICH Maury County, one child at a time.”

The Well Outreach, Inc.

The Well began as a food pantry in a local church in 2006, with the goal of showing God's love by giving food to those in need.  In 2009, The Well Outreach incorporated as its own entity, hoping to expand its reach to more of the community.

​It is now supported by the amazingly generous community in Spring Hill and surrounding areas.  Numerous individuals, churches, civic organizations and businesses contribute on a regular basis to insure that no household in Spring Hill, Thompson Station, College Grove, Santa Fe or northern Columbia is without food assistance when needed.

Pet Pals of Maury County

Pet Pals of Maury County will promote the wellbeing of pets and the health in our county. We will provide free spay/neuter and rabies vaccinations to pets whose families qualify; promote best care practices for pets; promote adoption and rescue.

Partners for Parks

Partners 4 Parks is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, passionate group that seeks to promote health and wellness through the enhancement of passive and active parks, greenways, open space and recreational activities in the Williamson and Maury County communities of Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station, TN.

Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill & Thompson's Station

WHOYOU – can make a difference by working with others, who live and work in Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station, to serve our communities and especially the children. 

WHY: Kiwanis members are volunteers changing the world through service to children and our communities.  Perhaps our work in developing young leaders in our schools makes us an extraordinary civic organization.

Kiwanians work together, have interesting programs, and make a difference. Members are a group of young and old, women and men, business, professional, active or retired, and stay-at-home mothers and fathers.

WHAT: Kiwanis has hands-on projects during which we raise money for such things as support for The Well Food Pantry, college scholarships for graduating high school seniors, Boy Scout troops, and other worthy activities.

Spring Hill Little League

Summit High School

Independence High School

Spring Hill Fire Department and Police Department