Forbes.com recently spoke with Will Shafroth, President of the National Park Foundation since 2015. The National Park Foundation is the non-profit partner of the National Park Service, chartered by Congress in 1967 to raise private funds to help protect the parks, connect Americans with them and inspire future generations. The National Park Foundation is supported by individual donors and corporate partners like Subaru, LL Bean, American Express, Budweiser, Hanes Brands, Nature Valley and Union Pacific.
MDA students recently collected almost 300 pounds of polypropylene bottle caps and lids, marked with recycling code 5, for a recycling program sponsored by carmaker Subaru and by Terracycle, a recycling firm based in Trenton, N.J.
Posted in Sustainability, public landscapes on August 22, 2019
By Julia Lowndes
Environmentally friendly practices are gaining traction in the corporate world but being green is more than a trend for companies like Subaru. Since relocating their national headquarters from Cherry Hill to Camden, New Jersey, Subaru has joined forces with the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) to design a corporate campus that reflects their long-term commitment to a healthier Earth.
"Puppy raisers are people with very big hearts and a lot of patience who are willing to put the time in to raise these puppies," said Holtkamp. The former geologist started volunteering with Southeastern when she and her husband became empty nesters about seven years ago. They have fostered five dogs.
Since launching their “Share the Love” initiative, Subaru and participating retailers have donated more than $118 million dollars to charity. In line with their love of animals, Subaru counts the ASPCA among one of the beneficiaries of Share the Love, contributing to the rescue, adoption and transport of 50,000 animals. Their latest commercial highlights this special relationship, showing a little girl falling for a scruffy pup at an adoption event.