Subaru's "Share The Love" Campaign Donates $250 To A Charity For Every New Car Sold
As many of you know Subaru Pacific is the latest addition to the LAcarGUY family of dealers. People have asked why it is we chose Subaru as the next brand to add to the family, and the answer is, Subaru’s Corporate policies towards the environment and charitable giving and involvement are 100% in line with the core values of LAcarGUY.
The “Share the Love” event, takes place on Facebook, and in dealerships like Subaru Pacific across the nation. Subaru is donating $250 for every new Subaru leased or purchased from November 19 until January 3, pledging up to 5 million dollars in total support for these great charities.
By “Liking” Subaru on Facebook, and voting for one of the five charities, ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention and Cruelty of Animals,) American Forests, Meals on Wheels of America, Make a Wish Foundation,and Special Olympics, Subaru will allocate up to an additional $250,000 in support for these charities.
By clicking the “Share the Love” tab you can vote for your which of the five charities you’d like to support and the charity will receive a $1 donation from Subaru
“Share the Love is rooted in our commitment to our customers and the causes they care about the most,” said Alan Bethke, director, marketing communications, Subaru of America. “We are pleased to continue the program for a fourth year and are excited about the expansion to the Facebook community.”
2011 “Share the Love” Charitable Beneficiaries
Facebook community voters and consumers who purchase or lease a new Subaru vehicle during this year’s
event can designate donations to any of the following organizations:
American Forests: restores and protects rural and urban forests worldwide. It is the oldest national
conservation nonprofit in the country and the only one focused exclusively on forests.
animals from abuse, pass humane laws and share resources with shelters across the country.
Make-A-Wish Foundation: grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. It has
granted more than 212,000 wishes in the United States since 1980.
Meals On Wheels Association of America: provides national leadership to end senior hunger, offering
home-delivered-meal services to people in need.
Special Olympics: provides year-round sports and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports
for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.