Subaru Shares The Love Again


Subaru Share the Love Event
Credit: Subaru
A lot of automakers are charitable, especially in times of natural disasters, but for me, what Subaru and Subaru dealers do every single year is nothing short of amazing. So, to celebrate the launch of its annual Subaru Share the Love Event, Subaru of America recently hosted a celebratory kickoff event aimed at combating hunger in the automaker's local community of Camden. Partnering with the Food Bank of South Jersey, hundreds of employees at Subaru headquarters in Camden, NJ packed and donated 15,000 'KidzPacks' or the equivalent of 60,000 meals.

The KidzPack program provides four nutritionally balanced meals to more than 750 children to sustain them over the weekend. Through this event and corresponding donations, Subaru will provide necessary nutrition to alleviate weekend hunger for Camden's food insecure youth for the entire school year.

In Camden County, there are more than 17,200 food insecure children. The 15,000 'KidzPacks' donation from Subaru marks a 125 percent increase compared to the automaker's 2018 donation and a new record for the most KidzPacks prepared and donated at one time.

Share the Love kickoff
Subaru of America, Inc. kicks off 2019 Share the Love by hosting HQ event to help combat childhood hunger with Food Bank of South Jersey. Credit: Subaru.

During the 2019 Subaru Share the Love Event, running now through January 2, 2020, Subaru will donate $250 for every new Subaru vehicle purchased or leased at more than 632 participating Subaru retailers nationwide to the customer's choice of the following national charities: The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Make-A-Wish, Meals on Wheels America and National Park Foundation. Subaru retailers will also have the opportunity to add a local hometown charity for their customers to support and there will be no cap on the total donations each partnering charity can receive.

In addition to the SOA headquarters event, employees at Subaru regional offices and distribution centers throughout the U.S. partnered with local food banks and pantries to help feed neighbors in their respective communities.

To learn more visit www.subaru.com/share.
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Glad to receive your newsletter again as it has been several months since I last received one. Keep up the good work, please. also, I glad that the Subaru brand is doing so well as I have turned in my 2017 Outback for my leased 2019 scent which now has 18k on the speedometer without any hiccups. An excellent product for those that are in need of a slightly larger SUV.
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Glad you are liking your Subi, as you know I am a big fan. Continued good luck!

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