Marshall Thomson is a ski patroller in Crested Butte, Colo., but drove to southeast Nebraska to pick up his dog from a breeder at just 8 weeks old. The 12-hour ride back took 36 hours when Thomson and his puppy encountered what he describes as the worst snowstorm he’s seen in his life.
“We were cuddled up in a sleeping bag in the middle of the highway,” Thomson said. “I didn’t know if she’d ever go out in snow after that storm because it was pretty brutal.
For the fifth year in the row, the National Park Foundation and Subaru are partnering up to give a percentage of proceeds from the Subaru “Share the Love” event. It will give a percentage of proceeds to support waste reduction efforts in three of the most visited national parks. The funding has been directed towards pilot projects in Grand Teton, Yosemite and Denali National Parks.
For 11 years, Subaru of America, Inc. has donated $118 million to charity through its annual Share the Love Event, creating smiles and transforming the lives of thousands of people. Of those funds, Make-A-Wish® has received more than $16.4 million to grant more than 1,800 wishes.
Through the 2018 Subaru Share the Love® Event, from November 15, 2018, to January 2, 2019, Subaru of America will donate $250 for every new Subaru vehicle purchased or leased to the customer's choice of the four national charities, including Meals on Wheels, with a minimum guarantee of $250,000. In addition to these partners, local Subaru retailers have selected hundreds of hometown charities for their customers to support as well.
2018 National Charitable Partners Include ASPCA®, Make-A-Wish®, Meals on Wheels America® and National Park Foundation
CAMDEN, N.J., October 10, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Subaru of America, Inc. today announced the return of its annual Share the Love event in 2018. Eleven years running, this year’s Share the Love event marks the third consecutive year there will be no cap placed on the total donation from Subaru of America to its Share the Love charitable partners. At the culmination of this year, Subaru hopes to exceed a grand total of $140 million donated since Share the Love event started in 2007.
A wildlife educator and her loyal companion spread the word on saving animals in the Sierra Nevada.
by Cara Pound
“We spend a lot of time rearing babies, waking up at all hours of the night to bottle-feed them,” says Theodora Flory, a nature enthusiast who goes by Teddy, of the job she’s held for the last four years. Flory, who spends most of her days with a blind screech owl named Marbles by her side, is a wildlife rehabilitation specialist at Tri County Wildlife Care (TCWC), a nonprofit wildlife rescue organization based at the Sierra Nevada Foothills in California. The babies she feeds are, of course, baby animals.
CHERRY HILL, NJ – March 27, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Subaru of America, Inc. today announced its donation of $21.8 million to national and local charities as part of the 2017 Share the Love event. In celebration of the campaign’s tenth anniversary and automaker’s 50th anniversary in the U.S., Subaru did not place a cap on total contributions to its Share the Love charitable partners for the second consecutive year.
Many moons ago, German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer said: "... once you're over the hill you begin to pick up speed." His quote was presumably in reference to a person turning 50 (or getting older), which back in the day was considered old. As one who passed that milestone a few years ago I am many things but old ain't one of them.
Subaru owners rate all models in the brand’s lineup among the highest in satisfaction.
Is Subaru “Love” for vehicles like the Outback, Forester and Crosstrek real, or just a marketing campaign? Consumer Reports just announced which brands satisfy drivers most after living with their vehicles for three years, and it reveals Subaru “Love” is real. CR’s report is an evaluation from car owners, and not CR’s editors.