Since our founding in 1980, Circle BMW has been committed to active participation and support of the communities in which we live and work. As a member of the business community, Circle BMW's generous support of numerous non-profit organizations has benefited families throughout Monmouth and Ocean County. Our employees, "Team Circle BMW", often come together to support causes close to our hearts. In the past we have worked with more than 40 different local, regional, and national organizations, associations, non-profits, and charitable organizations supporting autism, breast cancer awareness, feeding the hungry, and veterans.

With nearly $1 Million Donated to local charities over the last 10 years Circle BMW's commitment to the community is not just apart of our mission but engrained in our way of life.

The following is a representative list of past and present community-based charities and organizations that we have been involved with or have supported: 

Lunch Break

Lunch Break freely provides food, clothing, life skills, and fellowship to those in need in Monmouth County and beyond. Striving to break the cycle of poverty for those they serve and guide community members in need to self-sufficiency and healthier, more productive lifestyles, Lunchbreak serves everyone with compassion and dignity.

Monmouth Chapter of the Association of the United States Army

Circle BMW is Proud to be an AUSA Community Partner: The AUSA's mission is to represent every American Soldier by being the voice for all components of America's Army, fostering public support of the Army's role in national security, and providing professional education and informational programs.

Members of our new Community Partner, AUSA Monmouth Chapter, recently attended Circle BMW's ix and i4 Premiere Night. (Seated: Michael Minard (VP Soldier Liaison); Standing L-R: Meagan Solomon (VP, Corporate Membership); Charles Seal (Newsletter Editor); Carolyn "Carrie" Young; Jan Moren, Board Member.) 

Lt. Dennis W. Zilinski, II Memorial Fund

As an act of love and to honor his life and memory, Lt. Zilinski's family and friends founded the Lt. Dennis W. Zilinski, II Memorial Fund, whose mission is to continue to serve and assist returning men and women who were wounded in service to our nation and to provide the support that improves the welfare of members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families. The fund also supports scholarships at CBA. Marion Zilinski, the mother of Lt. Zilinski, co-founder and board member of Lt. Dennis W. Zilinski, II Memorial Fund, said, "Circle BMW has been a long-time supporter and contributor to our mission, and we are extremely grateful for their friendship and charitable donations."