In the Community

Since its formation in 1957, The Tulley Automotive Group has been a strong supporter of the Greater Nashua community. With the opening of its new location in Manchester, NH Tulley looks to continue its commitment to community development further north. The Tulley family and all of the members of the Tulley team make it a point, each year, to help out local non-profits, charities, and other community members in need of assistance.
Below are some recent charitable undertakings by Tulley and on the sidebar are some organizations that Tulley has worked with closely over the years to help develop a stronger Nashua community. To inquire about event sponsorships, donations and other forms of support call us at 603-888-5050.

Tulley Hosts Workshop For Local Automotive Educators

This past October, Tulley Automotive Group hosted a number of local automotive teachers at its Nashua, NH facility for an educational session focused on the recent developments in commercial automotive service. The session consisted of both a classroom portion and a facility tour, the goal of which was to help teachers better prepare students for a career in the industry. Pictured above is the Tulley BMW shop foreman, Kevin Ciccariello, fielding questions in the BMW Service Center.  

NCC Receives Gift Honoring Ruth C. Tulley

John "Jack" E. Tulley II has designated that his $1,500 Ambassador gift in memory of his mother, Ruth C. Tulley, be given by the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation (NADCF), to Nashua Community College (NCC). In 2003, Jack chose to honor the memory of his mother, Ruth, with membership in the Ambassadors Program. NADCF is affiliated with the National Automobile Dealers Association.

Tulley Holds Food Drive For Nashua Children's Home


This holiday season, the Tulley family and employees held a food drive to support the Nashua Children's Home.  The Nashua Children's home has been a community mainstay since 1899.  The home  is committed to the care, welfare and educational achievement of children and youth within its Residential and Educational Programs, and the successful transition to adult living of young men and women in its Transitional Living Program.
Tulley Supports Boys & Girls Club

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua, in conjunction with the Friel and Tulley Families, has worked to organize the annual Friel Memorial Golf Tournament which has been played since 1979. The proceeds from the tournament go to support the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua. 

Tulley Plays Nashua Police In Game To Benefit Police Athletic League

Tulley's employee softball team faced off against the Nashua Police Department's team at Holman Stadium in Nashua, NH in a charitable game to raise money for the Nashua Police Athletic League.  While the NPD got the best of Tulley that day, the true winners were the youth engaged in the Nashua PAL programs.

[Click To Watch A Video From The Event] 

Tulley Hosts Food Drive For NH Food Bank

Tulley Automotive partnered with the New Hampshire Food Bank to host a food drive to eliminate local hunger during the Thanksgiving season.  Through the food drive, Tulley employees, friends, family, and customers gathered many non-perishable goods and were able to help feed numerous local families during very difficult economic times.


Since 1971, the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua has served local youth between the ages of 5 and 18.  The club provides a safe haven filled with the support, activities & opportunities necessary to develop productive, caring, responsible adults.  

Marguerite's Place, Inc. is a non-profit organization. Their mission is to provide the physical, emotional, educational, and social supports for homeless women with children to achieve and sustain permanent self sufficiency.


The New Hampshire Food Bank works to eliminate hunger statewide. The only Food Bank in the state, the NH Food Bank distributes over 6.5 million pounds of donated, surplus food to 412 food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, day care centers and senior citizen homes each year. 


Since 1989, through a variety of sports, activities, and enrichment programs, the Nashua Police Ahtletic League has worked with Nashua area youth to foster a postive relationship between Nashua area youth and Nashua law enforcement.


The mission of The PLUS Company, an acronym for People Learning Useful Skills, is to empower individuals with developmental disabilities by providing support and services that maximize independence.  With offices in Nashua, New Hampshire and Lawrence and Tewksbury, Massachusetts, The PLUS Company provides a supportive environment that assists individuals with disabilities to develop skills, increase self-reliance, and become vital, productive members of their community


Ironstone Farm is home to Challenge Unlimited, Inc.(est 1983) and Ironston Therapy, Inc, (est. 1998) two non-profit organizations established to provide a variety of services for people with and without disabilities, using horses and the wholesome environment of a working farm, while involving people in serving others through volunteering.