San Fernando Valley Community Involvement
Jack Bulko founded AutoAid in 1979, serving the San Fernando Valley as a mobile mechanic. He moved his operation to his current Van Nuys auto repair facility in 1986. Anyone that knows Jack will tell you that he has a big heart and a strong sense of civic duty.
Just as AutoAid services the vehicle needs of customers all throughout the San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas, Jack and his family give back to the broader community that has treated them so well.
This includes an active presence within the Greater San Fernando Valley Chamber of Commerce, in addition to other local chambers and community organizations. Jack and young son Max Bulko volunteered every year since Max was 8 years old for the annual street clean up event.
Encino Community Involvement
Encino Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors with Mayor Eric Garcetti 2014.
Check out this video of Jack introducing both himself and AutoAid to the Encino Chamber of Commerce. He is a former Board Member of the Chamber. He also volunteers at a variety of community events. You may have already attended one of his networking seminars. And he’s definitely donated a little more money than he’d like to admit at the Chamber’s Silent Auction Gala.
Sherman Oaks Community Involvement
AutoAid is a member of the Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce, where Jack serves as an Ambassador for the Chamber. You’ll find him volunteering at the Sherman Oaks Street Fair. He’s also helped make the Sherman Oaks Park more enjoyable by volunteering as a coach, referee, and sponsor of community sports.
Tarzana-Woodland Community Involvement
If you’ve been paying attention thus far, you’ve probably already guessed. Yes, Jack and AutoAid are both members of the West Valley-Warner Center Chamber of Commerce, where Jack serves as a community Ambassador.
Calabasas Community Involvement
AutoAid is a member of the Calabasas Chamber of Commerce, where Jack serves as a Deputy Ambassador for the Chamber. This includes volunteering at the famous Calabasas Pumpkin Festival.
If you want to learn more about AutoAid’s efforts to give back to the community, we invite you to check out our blog.