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Your Jiffy Lube® is committed to locally serving non-profits in our community through Jiffy Lube Cares: a program that provides local organizations vehicle maintenance service discounts and in-kind donations so they can stay on the road helping others.

Here’s How It Works:

1. Join the Jiffy Lube® Cares program by providing your organization’s name and mission.
2. Approved organizations receive Jiffy Lube Cares discount cards for all members.
3. Any member can present their card and receive a discounted oil change.
4. We’ll donate $3.00 back for each transaction in support of your mission.
5. To submit an application select the “Apply Here” button below, or email
Please remember to include your organization’s name and mission in order to be considered.

Those driving to change the world still need to get their oil changed, too. That’s why Jiffy Lube is proud to show our support for mission-focused volunteers and organizations through the Do More™ and Jiffy Lube® Cares initiatives.

At Jiffy Lube®, we Drive2DoMore in our communities by helping those who help others.

Whether it’s through honoring volunteers who use their vehicles to give back or providing service discounts and donations to various non-profit organizations, Jiffy Lube wants to support those who share this sense of community.

Do More Featured Volunteer:
Mona Lissa Emeran

As part of this year’s Do More™, Jiffy Lube® recently awarded Joshua’s Heart Foundation volunteer Mona Lissa Emeran with a year’s worth of vehicle maintenance services. Joshua’s Heart is a not-for-profit youth run organization with the goal of fighting poverty and hunger.

Mona Lissa is a volunteer who’s played an integral role at Joshua’s Heart in Miami, especially during COVID-19, as she’s continued to help out and give back even during the height of the pandemic. When Joshua’s Heart shifted from a choice pantry to meal delivery for Miami’s most vulnerable residents, Mona Lissa began driving her own vehicle around town once a week to collect bread from a local bakery so that recipients would have fresh, high-quality bread to accompany their meals.