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Subaru Expands on Help for Those in Need With Donation of 50,000 Socks and 100,000 Total Blankets

Subaru and its Nationwide Network of Retailers Reach Out to Those Experiencing Homelessness
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Camden, N.J., November 1, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Subaru of America, Inc. today announced that the automaker and more than 600 participating retailers will once again donate 50,000 blankets to homeless shelters nationwide. When combined with last year’s donation of 50,000 blankets, Subaru and its retailers will have donated a total of 100,000 blankets to those experiencing homelessness. This year, in addition to 50,000 blankets, the automaker and participating retailers will also provide 50,000 pairs of socks to homeless shelters across the country.

What the Automaker That Makes Subaru Forester Is Doing to Help the Most Vulnerable

Subaru, that makes the 2021 Forester, says they are more than a car company. What is the automaker doing to prove it?

Written by Denis Flierl

Food Drive Helps Workers Impacted by COVID-19 Pandemic

By Christie Ileto

"It's really our obligation to give back to our local communities where we live and work. And frankly, we use a lot of the restaurants in Philadelphia for many of our out of town guests that come in. It really does make you want to cry. It makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up," said Tom Doll, CEO of Subaru of America, who is joining in on the effort to give back.

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Subaru Celebrates Third Year of Subaru Ambassador Day of Caring

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We're celebrating for the 3rd year #SubaruAmbassadorDayOfCaring where our Subaru Ambassadors are doing something good in the world. Yesterday, our Subaru employees helped make & pack over 1,000 sandwiches that will be donated to Cathedral Kitchen in Camden, NJ. #SubaruLovestoHelp

Learn more about being a Subaru Ambassador here.

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