Do More
#Drive2DoMore

"Do More" Mission

Do More. Two simple words, one powerful rallying cry. At Jiffy Lube, we drive to Do More in our local communities by helping those who help others. Through this cause, we are honoring volunteers who use their vehicles to make a difference, whether it is driving a cancer patient to the hospital for treatment or delivering a hot meal to a family in need. By providing these volunteers with a year’s worth of preventive maintenance service, Jiffy Lube can help keep them on the road so they can continue to Do More.

Helping Under represented Youth

A true believer in the power of mentorship, Dr. LaMenta "Sweetie" Conway helps youth from underrepresented communities who want to become medical professionals. As the founder of I Am Abel, she connects Chicago’s future doctors with the relationships and resources necessary to break into the medical field. Dr. Conway drives all over Chicago, meeting with I Am Abel’s partners and providing rides to the foundation’s mentees.

Helping Portland's Elderly & Disabled

As a former teacher, middle school principal and war veteran, Bob Yohn has made a career out of investing in others. Now retired, he volunteers with Ride Connection, a non-profit organization that provides transportation to elderly and disabled Portland community members. Bob goes above and beyond the average volunteer, using his personal vehicle to drive 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. A true inspiration and local legend who has faithfully driven over 100,000 miles since 2013, Bob uses his platform to foster connection between his riders.

A ROAD WARRIOR FOR CANCER PATIENTS

For years, Lien Kingston has used her vehicle to drive cancer patients to and from their treatments. As a Houston-based volunteer with the American Cancer Society’s Road To Recovery program, she has given 523 rides since 2016. By offering her time and vehicle to these patients, Lien provides hope – and friendship – for those who need it the most.

Providing Peace of Mind

Since 2006, Tony Castiglie has offered his time and vehicle as a volunteer and treasurer for Houston Ground Angels, which transports patients from Houston airports to and from Houston-based medical centers. A cancer patient himself, Tony uses his car to help relieve anxiety and provide support.