What We Do

The Mission

Businesses Helping Families.  Family Service Day events are a unique way for business owners and employees to get involved in supporting their community. Businesses select a day and designate it as Family Service Day. On that day, guests that need a ‘hand up’ come to the business and receive services at no charge.

Keeping Cars Kickin’

Through our Keeping Cars Kickin’ initiative, staff and technicians at automotive repair shops perform maintenance and repairs at no charge for families that need the help.

Participating Shops

We’re so proud of the Family Service Day service providers that support this great mission! In addition to running successful businesses, they are dedicated to ‘giving back’ to the communities in which they work and live.

Share Your Stories

Family Service Day gives people something to talk about. Join the conversation as we grow across the country!

Our Partners

We couldn’t do it without them! Local, regional and national partners are key to making it all happen.

Service Providers

Welcome service providers!  In the coming weeks you’ll find information about our National Family Service Day on April 30, 2016.

At A Glance

Shops Involved
Events Held
Families Served
States With Events

Who’s Involved?

Automotive repair shops in 50 states
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Our Partners

Latest News


Kudos from the President of Cause Marketing Forum

“I love the concept of Family Service Day, an initiative designed to differentiate shops from their competition while improving the safety and reliability of vehicles. I’ll be watching this company […]


Founder of Family Service Day Proud of His Team

For the first time in since 2009, Charlie Marcotte, owner of American Pride Automotive and founder of Family Service Day was not at his own Keeping Cars Kickin’ event during […]

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National Day of Service a Success!

On November 7th, 2015, Family Service Day had its first national day of service with shops in 14 states holding events on the same day. The results are astounding. Over […]

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“I think back to those times, and we didn’t have transportation, and it was probably a really simple fix. How many other people can we make that simple fix for and get them back on track?” -- Charlie Marcotte