Autoland prides itself on providing a different kind of experience. It is important for them to contribute to the greater cause. That’s why they go beyond providing customers with great vehicles at excellent prices. They like to give back by creating advocacy within the dealership, within the community, and beyond.
Over the years, Autoland has been active in assisting many local and national causes and charity organizations, including the Valerie Fund, Children's Specialized Hospital of Mountainside, Union County College, Toys for Tots, the DARE program, and Deborah Hospital. Autoland also has a very long standing commitment to the 200 Club of Union County - for families of police and firefighters, and Good News Home for Women - A non-profit organization which supports women that have become victims of substance abuse. They also contribute to the American Cancer Society, Susan G. Komen Foundation, and the Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey.