We've been nationally recognized for our dedication to our customers, our community, and the Subaru Love Promise.
We're honored to receive the 2023 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Commitment Award. This award nationally recognizes elite Subaru retailers who provide an exceptional customer experience at every interaction with Subaru. These retailers have also demonstrated an outstanding commitment to supporting passions and causes in their local communities in important areas such as the environment, community, health, education, and pets.
Subaru and our retailers believe in making the world a better place and the Subaru Love Promise is our vision of respecting all people. This is our commitment to show love and respect to our customers and to work to make a positive impact in the world.
Whether they live in our homes or in the wild, Subaru is committed to keeping all animals safe and healthy.
A partner since 2008, Subaru has donated over $28 million to the ASPCA and through Subaru Loves Pets has helped support the rescue, transport, adoption, and well-being of over 230,000 animals across the country.
Subaru and our retailers are committed to protecting and preserving the Earth, not just by our words, but also by our actions.
Since 2018, as part of the Subaru Loves the Earth initiative, Subaru and retailers across the country have partnered with TerraCycle® and have collected over 7 million pieces of hard-to-recycle trash from their communities. Items such as snack bag wrappers, coffee cups, or used cabin air filters from service areas have been diverted from landfills and given a second life by TerraCycle when it is converted into durable furniture and other usable items.
It's our goal to make the pursuit of knowledge available to as many minds as possible.
Since 2015 Subaru, in partnership with the American Association for the Advancement Science, donated over 369,000 award-winning science books. In addition, through our partnerships with Staples and Adoptaclassroom.org we supported teachers and students with donations of $400,000 in gift cards and school supplies.
In a perfect world, hunger would be history and hope would be commonplace. We believe a perfect world is possible.
In 2020, Subaru and its retailers made a donation to Feeding America to provide 50 million meals to help feed people in need during the COVID-19 crisis,* making meals available at 199 local food banks across the country.
*$1 helps provide at least 10 meals secured by Feeding America on behalf of local member food banks.
We should all have a chance to lead a healthy life. We’re aiming to give as many people that chance as we can.
Since 2016, Subaru and its retailers have partnered with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) to donate over 167,000 blankets and 21,500 arts & crafts kits and reached nearly 150,000 patients in more than 780 hospitals nationwide.
Our Love Promise can be seen in various partnerships with local charities and non-profits. We're grateful for the opportunity, not only to be a part of our community, but to serve it as well.
Subaru and A&T Subaru believe in making a positive impact on the communities in which we live and work. We uphold that belief through our Love Promise Community Commitment. Every month, we select inspiring stories from customers and partners from around our area who strive to support our collective commitment and feature them here.
The night skies were a little brighter on Friday, July 14, thanks to the fireworks display at the Sellersville Volunteer Fire Department Annual Carnival. This is a summer tradition for many local families and we were proud to once again provide a $4,000.00 donation to cover the cost. “We can’t say enough about the Sellersville Volunteer Fire Department,” said Jeff Allen, A&T Subaru president. “They’re our neighbors and our friends who give up so much of their free time and put themselves at risk to keep us safe. This is the least we can do for them. We hope everyone who went to the carnival had a great time.” The carnival may be over for this year, but the Sellersville Volunteer Fire Department is always active and is seeking volunteers to join them. Learn more about being a volunteer firefighter at www.sellersvillefd.com.
We recently presented proceeds from the 2022 Subaru Share the Love® Event to our hometown charity, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society® Eastern PA-Delaware. Thanks to the generosity of our customers, this year's donation amounted to $11,065.00. This completes the fifth year of partnership with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Eastern PA-Delaware, bringing the five-year fundraising total to $67,689.00. "We are so grateful to A&T Subaru for yet another generous contribution to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society®," said Ruby Nava-Ramos, MPH, Manager, Patient & Community Outreach, LLS Eastern PA-Delaware. "Every 180 seconds, someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer across the U.S., and finding cures takes us all. Together, we’re creating a world without blood cancer."
We recently presented the proceeds from the 2022 Subaru Share the Love® Event to our Hometown Charity, Keystone Opportunity Center. Thanks to our amazing customers, the amount was $11,650.00. This is the tenth year we have selected Keystone Opportunity Center as a Hometown Charity. This donation brings the ten-year total of funds raised for Keystone to $115,949.00. Based in Souderton, Keystone Opportunity Center serves members of the greater community facing homelessness and hunger, as well as those in need of education to reach self-sufficiency. "We are grateful for the relationship with A&T Subaru and delighted they have selected Keystone as a Hometown Charity," said Malcolm Friend, Keystone Opportunity Center’s Director of Resource Development. "The need is greater than ever in our communities, so these funds will go to good use. We are thankful for the generosity of A&T Subaru and their customers."
For the 8th we partnered with the LLS Eastern PA-Delaware to donate comfort blankets, arts & crafts kits, and notes of encouragement from A&T team members and customers to patients undergoing cancer treatment at Grand View Health. This is more than just providing material comfort. It's about letting patients know that they are not alone in their fight. Visit www.lls.org/subaru to learn more and to send a digital message of hope.
We're living the Subaru Love Promise® – a pledge to do right by the communities in which we all live and work – with the Subaru Loves Learning® initiative. This year that meant partnering with AdoptAClassroom.org to support local students with classroom resources at E. Merton Crouthamel (EMC) Elementary School in the Souderton Area School District
Our team of volunteers recently helped Perkasie Borough get the dog park ready for the spring and summer season by spreading mulch, cleaning containers and other general maintenance.
Perkasie Borough celebrated Earth Day in 2023 with a day-long festival in the Town Center, featuring ways to reduce our carbon footprint and a visit from the Woodmobile. A&T Subaru was proud to be part of the event, featuring the Subaru Solterra on display.
We kicked off 2023 Earth Day with our spring Adopt-A-Highway Clean-up. At least twice a year, our team members spend a Sunday morning cleaning up debris along our designated routes. We always find something interesting. This time we found a car bumper!
Team A&T Subaru was busy throughout the days leading up to and following Earth Day 2023. We kicked things off with our spring Adopt-A-Highway Clean-up. At least twice a year, our team members spend a Sunday morning cleaning up debris along our designated routes. We always find something interesting. This time we found a car bumper! The first EV vehicle from Subaru, the Solterra, made an appearance at Perkasie Borough’s Annual Earth Day event. This gave our community an opportunity to get up close to this amazing vehicle and learn more about the power of EV. We closed out this year’s Earth Day celebration by starting a new clean-up project with the Perkasie Dog Park. A&T team members cleared debris, cleaned out water containers, and spread a mountain of mulch so that the community’s dogs can have a safe and clean place to play and make new friends. These are just a few ways we love to be of service to our community. #lovestheearth23
We are proud to be among the many sponsors of Pennridge Little League. Each year, they hold an Opening Day parade and ceremony, where all of the players walk from the Perkasie Fire House to the main field. It's an amazing day. Thanks to all of the volunteers who make it happen. Have a great season!
It was a mild winter but growing kids in our community always need a new winter coat. That's why we are proud to be one of of the auto dealers in the region participating in the Auto Dealers Caring for Kids annual Driving Away the Cold campaign. We delivered hundreds of new winter coats to our friends at the Bucks County Opportunity Council to help our neighbors in need. And it's all thanks to you!
It's almost time for our spring cleaning Adopt-A-Highway session. Let's look back on our team in action this past Fall on the roads of Sellersville.
😍 We recently celebrated Random Acts of Kindness Day! But it's more than just showing off our special Subaru socks in the showroom. In addition to donating 500 pairs of socks to our friends at Keystone Opportunity Center we seek to help our community each and every day.
We recently celebrated Random Acts of Kindness Week with team members paying a Valentine’s Day visit to a local organization whose main mission is to serve the community: Keystone Opportunity Center. Thanks to Subaru Loves to Help®, we donated 500 pairs of brand new socks to Keystone Opportunity Center. Clean socks continue to be the number one request of agencies helping those who are homeless. This is just one of many ways the team at A&T Subaru lives out the Subaru Love Promise mission: to show love and respect to all people at every interaction with A&T Subaru.
They answer the call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This area is so fortunate to have so many dedicated men and women willing to risk their safety and sacrifice their time to serve as volunteer firefighters and first responders. That’s why we chose to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness week by surprising members of our Sellersville Volunteer Fire Department with a Valentine’s Day dinner to enjoy before their weekly meeting. It’s A&T Subaru’s small way of saying “Thank you!” to our first responders, who also happen to be our neighbors and friends. Thank you, Sellersville Volunteer Fire Department! (View the video: https://youtu.be/y-oBFY40VeU)
A&T Subaru is a very valued partner of Dog Town Rescue (DTR) and are immensely supportive in showcasing adoptable dogs at their dealership, including us in community events and hosting donation drives. For this year’s October Subaru Loves Pets month we had an extra special adoption story to share. Doc (originally named Max) at the shelter is a young male Pitbull mix who found himself at risk of immediate euthanasia for medical concerns at a local shelter. When he was slated for euthanasia at 10 AM and nobody was able to help him we couldn’t let that be the end of his story. He was barely a year old and still had lots of love to give. All the shelter volunteers and staff loved him and commented on what a friendly guy he was. However, he also had a suspected fractured hind leg. Regardless, Dog Town Rescue committed to him and a volunteer raced down to pick him up and save his life. And so his luck began to change for the better… He was given the new name of Doc and put on crate rest pending some x-rays and medical treatment at our vet. The x-rays did show some previous damage and so he got some medication and more crate rest to help heal up. Doc showed himself to be nothing but a happy-go-lucky young dog who just loves life. After several weeks of care his follow up x-rays showed improvement and he began to limp less and play more. He was cleared for adoption by his vets and the DTR volunteers took him to an adoption event hosted by our local Subaru dealer, A&T Subaru. There he got lots of treats and attention, but what he also got was love from one of the staff members Jess. After the adoption event she submitted an adoption application for Doc and brought her family, including their resident dog Chip, in to meet Doc. It was love at first sight and they opted to adopt Doc, renaming him to Dale. Dale truly is lucky that he went from timestamped for euthanasia with an injured leg at an overcrowded shelter to snuggling on a sofa as a beloved family member. It goes to show that Subaru really does love pets, and we are immensely thankful for it.
Joe Fost and Philip LaFiura of A&T Subaru of Sellersville and Monique Riotto with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Eastern Pennsylvania-Delaware Region have teamed up once again to give the gifts of hope, love, and warmth by donating comfort blankets, arts & crafts kits, and encouraging notes from A&T Subaru customers and team members to patients undergoing cancer treatment. These message cards from the dealership shared personalized messages for hope to patients in their local community, which were delivered alongside the blankets to provide comfort and warmth as they continued their fight against cancer. Thank you to the staff at Grand View Health and Alliance Cancer Specialists for helping to make the delivery special and accepting the blankets for the patients undergoing cancer treatment.
Keystone Opportunity Center is delighted to have been selected once again as a Hometown Charity by A&T Subaru for the Subaru Share The Love campaign. We are thrilled to report that the 2021 Subaru Share the Love campaign has yielded $14,035 toward our mission. Thanks to the generosity of all involved, including the customers of A&T Subaru over the years, A&T Subaru and Subaru have now donated over $100,000 to Keystone Opportunity Center. Based in Souderton, Keystone Opportunity Center serves members of our community facing homelessness, hunger and in need of education to reach self-sufficiency. Barry, a single dad of four amazing children was directed by a friend to connect with Keystone Opportunity Center as he was significantly behind in his rent and facing eviction. He was hesitant at first, thinking that “charity is for other people in need.” But putting the needs of his young family first, he called and was connected to our Community Case Management team. Thanks to A&T Subaru and the Subaru Share The Love campaign, Keystone Opportunity Center was able to help prevent eviction, by providing rental support and working with his landlord. In addition, Barry was given gas cards to enable him to drive his youngest children to see his eldest daughter perform in her school play. Learning more about the food-insecurity challenges they faced, again, thanks to proceeds from the Subaru Share The Love campaign, Keystone Opportunity Center worked with our food-pantry team to ensure he had nutritional foods for his family and fresh produce through the weekly “Fresh For All” food program. Barry’s case is only one of the many calls we receive every day. A&T Subaru, through their efforts locally and with the Subaru Share The Love campaign, is truly doing as it says – sharing the love - by helping children, adults, and families who are in need in our community. For more information about Keystone Opportunity Center, please visit www.KeystoneOpportunity.org. We love to hear from you, feel free to reach out through [email protected] or call 215-723-5430.
Subaru Loves the Earth. It’s one of the Love Promise pillars that we strive to live out every day. We are proud to be a Certified Subaru Eco-friendly Retailer, which means we adhere to daily practices that protect our environment in the areas of energy efficiency, water conservation, recycling, and waste management. That’s great while we’re here in the showroom and shop, but we’re committed to serving our community beyond our front door. That’s why we recently signed up for Pennsylvania’s Adopt-A-Highway program. We were approved just before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, so it means that much more that our first outing picking up trash along our designated route happened this year on Earth Day weekend. Around 20 A&T Subaru team members gathered at the dealership the morning of Sunday, April 24 to gather our gear and fan out along our route. If you were out and about and saw people wearing orange vests gathering trash – including a kiddie pool! – that was us. We collected about 20 bags of trash and a working cell phone which we were able to reunite with its owner. After our work was complete we headed back to the dealership for burgers on the grill. We can’t wait to do it again in the fall! To see more photos, visit our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ATSubaru
We were delighted for A&T Subaru to stop by this morning. Our community case manager distributed her last gas cards at the end of last week. With gas prices at the pump at record levels, our low-income clients have been asking if we can help them with household costs, including gas. Sharing the Love, A&T Subaru once again have stepped up at a critical time to ensure our clients are able to drive their kids to school, to work and to pick up food provided by Keystone Opportunity Center’s food distribution program. Only last Friday we appealed for $25 gift cards for gas, and here they are today. Thank you to A&T Subaru and everyone involved in the gift card collection.
Hurricane Ida hit our area hard in September 2021. We know many in our region suffered from the dangerous flooding and its aftermath. Two dear friends in our community – Jesse’s BBQ in Souderton and the Sellersville Volunteer Fire Department – each suffered devastating damage to their buildings. We are grateful that Jesse’s is back up and running and that the Sellersville Volunteer Fire Department is making progress at restoring the damage to their indoor and outdoor spaces, damage that put a halt to their fundraising. We decided to make a kindness connection for Random Acts of Kindness Week. We bought dinner at Jesse’s BBQ and delivered it to our friends at the Sellersville Volunteer Fire Department to enjoy before their weekly training night. They showed us the progress made to the building so far, which is amazing. They hope to have the indoor work completed by April and Poppa Joe’s Grove is already booking up for 2022 and 2023. Thanks to the support of you, our customers, we were able to also present a $6,500 donation toward the Sellersville Volunteer Fire Department’s purchase of a High Water Vehicle and toward the ongoing restoration work. Our community has shown time and again that through kindness, anything is possible. We are grateful to play a small part in sharing that kindness during Random Acts of Kindness Week and every other day of the year.
This year, St. Luke’s Penn Foundation is celebrating the superheroes in our Caring Community of donors – and A&T is definitely one of them! Through the Power of Partnership and the Power of Generosity, A&T has kindly donated a match gift to our 2021 end of year campaign. Their matching contribution inspired thousands of dollars from individuals throughout our community, which will help support our 25 mental health and addiction treatment services. While this is the second year that A&T has partnered with us for a matching gift challenge, they’ve been faithfully supporting our mission of instilling hope, inspiring change, and building community for many years now. We are so appreciative their continued support of St. Luke’s Penn Foundation and all they do for our community!
Jeff Allen and A&T Subaru have sponsored the A&T Subaru Further Education Scholarship at Pennridge High School since 2007 and have committed their continued sponsorship for the Class of 2022. Through the generous assistance provided, the Pennridge High School seniors selected to receive these scholarships have been able to realize their dreams of continuing their education.
I wanted to tell you about Larry, a Navy veteran who served on the USS Oriskany an aircraft carrier before finally settling down in Souderton 31 years ago, is a client of Keystone Opportunity Center. He was living in a one-bedroom apartment. The place had changed owners twice since I moved in. And of course, each new owner raised the rent. But from what Larry was getting from social security, it was not enough. He would get his check, pay his rent, pay his phone and electric. There was nothing left. If it was not for food-stamps and the Keystone food pantry, in his own words, “I would have starved!” Our Community Case Manager worked with Larry to connect him to numerous supports for seniors and veterans. In Larry’s case, we even helped him fill out the forms. Larry adds, “Being on social security, you get all kinds of paperwork, but my hands shake and it is now very difficult for me to write. I would connect with Keystone staff who would help me fill out the forms. The case management team connected me with many resources over the years that have been helpful to me. It means everything to have Keystone Opportunity Center there to help me.” That’s not where the assistance from Keystone ended. We helped Larry get into low-cost housing for seniors. He now pays just a fraction of the rent he used to pay, leaving funds that will help him live out his life with dignity. With the wonderful, continued support of Jeff and his team at A&T Subaru, they have worked alongside Keystone Opportunity Center to help provide shelter, food, education, blankets and financial support that our community members, like Larry so desperately need – especially at the time when COVID-related benefits are ending. Thank you A&T Subaru.
Every year A&T Subaru hosts a supply drive for Dog Town Rescue in October, culminating with a car show where proceeds go to the rescue. Not only do these supplies help us care for the dogs in our adoption center and keep it safe, clean and stocked for all the dogs we are able to help, but the proceeds from the care show help us cover some of the vet bills and allow us to help medical cases. As an example in 2021 we were able to help a sweet momma dog named Darcy and her 5 puppies with some of these funds, including providing heartworm treatment to Darcy. Darcy and her pups have all been adopted and are all well loved Thank you A&T and Subaru!-Dog Town Rescue
Independent entertainment venues like Sellersville Theater continue to take a financial beating, due to restrictions and illness caused by the pandemic. A & T Subaru has stood by us throughout as a sponsor of our live events, even when we were not able to produce any! Their support of local arts creates a positive ripple effect in our community and we are extremely grateful. Without our sponsors’ support, we would not be able to exist!
A&T are generous supporters of community events in Perkasie PA. They are an important partner in our annual “Under the Stars Car Show”, “Fall Festival” and our Tree Lighting Ceremony. Perkasie holds the distinction of hosting America’s Oldest Tree Lighting Ceremony – 2021 marked the 112th year. Support from A&T helped us create a magical evening for our residents and for visitors from across the region. The global pandemic has brought much hardship for our local retailers and eateries, and they need the foot traffic and custom that these large events bring; A&T’s partnership helps us generate more visitors and more economic success for our mom and pop businesses. The whole town is grateful for their support.
A&T Subaru has been helping the animals of Last Chance Ranch for well over a decade! Shortly after opening our partnership began. A&T Subaru regularly holds donation drives, is the main event sponsor for our Annual Open House and we have even hosted adoption events at the dealership. All of their employees care so much about our cause. Recently, one employee helped raise over $2,000 for Last Chance Ranch by gaining pledges for running at least 100 miles each month during 2021! We cannot thank A&T Subaru enough for all their support! It truly means the world to us!
The Sellersville Theater is a historic, intimate performing arts venue for live music & comedy shows by local & national acts - and it's right down the road from A&T Subaru! We are grateful for A&T Subaru's continued sponsorship support, especially during a year when presenting live shows has been challenging, sometimes impossible, due to the pandemic. We appreciate their care and their commitment to supporting the local economy through live music.
This year more than ever, Bucks County families are struggling with providing the most basic needs. When Auto Dealers CARing for kids offered to provide children’s coats to the Bucks County Opportunity Council, we were happy to accept and help deliver them to children around the county. Recipients of holiday assistance were offered coats for their children, and we have enough to give out more as the cold winter goes on, thanks to the generosity of the local car dealerships. As the Community Action Agency for Bucks County, BCOC is the first-responder for individuals and families in poverty. In addition to providing assistance with basic needs such as food, shelter and utility assistance, the warm coats were gratefully accepted by many families who didn’t have the means to purchase new clothing this year. A&T Subaru has been the auto dealer sponsoring the coats for BCOC for many years. We are so appreciative of their generosity and care.
The entertainment industry has been devastated by the CoronaVirus Pandemic. Sellersville Theater has been closed to the public for most of 2020. We have been busy developing our live stream capabilities and rescheduling events, but that doesn't generate the income to pay our staff or overhead. A & T Subaru has long been a supporter of the arts in Sellersville, and specifically of Sellersville Theater. They have continued their sponsorship this year, even though we have no programming to offer in return. This has helped us remain an asset to our community. We are very grateful for A & T's unwavering support!
A&T Subaru has been helping Penn Foundation instill hope, inspire change, and build community for over 20 years! Without A&T’s faithful support, we would not be able to provide quality mental health and addiction treatment services to our community. This December, A&T offered a generous match donation to Penn Foundation's #GivingTuesday campaign. Their contribution prompted many others to give, helping to generate over $5,000 for our mission. It our most successful #GivingTuesday campaign to date! We are blown away by A&T Subaru's generosity, and the generosity they inspire in others - especially in such a challenging year. Penn Foundation is so grateful to A&T Subaru, their compassionate support, and all they do for our community.
2020 was a challenging year for community everywhere! A&T Subaru's generous donation helped the Perkasie community continue a very special tradition - America's Oldest Tree Lighting Ceremony. Recognized by the US Congress, Perkasie's celebration began in 1909 and has grown to be a treasured tradition for families across the region. Event organizers pivoted to prerecord and broadcast an hour long video special, featuring the history of the event, a Santa fly in at the local airport, musical performances and - of course - Santa lighting the town tree. A&T Subaru's contribution meant that families everywhere could participate in this special event from the comfort and safety of their own homes, and 2020's virtual event can be stored as a unique and permanent record of a special year in the Ceremony's history. A&T Subaru is a valued partner in Perkasie's events and projects. They provide vehicles for our veterans for their annual Memorial Day parade, they support the Doggy Dip at the town's Aquatic Center, they provide speakers and other resources for Earth Day events, they sponsor transport during the Fall Festival. They are a part of just about every event we run, always ready to listen and contribute. We are truly grateful for A&T Subaru's continuing support.
For the third year in a row, A&T Subaru has come to us asking if there are families in our community who are living with a cancer diagnosis. As we know, there are some individuals in our area who are not only living with cancer and going through treatments, but also facing financial hardship. A cancer diagnosis not only affects the individual, but the entire family. As the holiday's approached, A&T Subaru reached out to Grand View Hospital's Oncology department to offer help for our families who were looking for support this season. This year, they held The Great Giftaway to collect gift cards in $25.00 increments. The response from their team and customers has been amazing and so heartfelt by patients and families in our community. So many families will have a brighter holiday thanks to A&T Subaru. We are very grateful!
Jeff and his team at A&T Subaru selected Keystone Opportunity Center some years ago as a "Hometown" charity for the "Share the Love" program. This year we honored A&T as our Community Champion for Neighborhood Mobilization and included interviews with Jeff and his executive team as part of our first virtual annual banquet event. Through their continued support, we wanted to express our deepest appreciation on behalf of our clients facing food insecurity, homelessness and those in need of a better education to reach self-sufficiency. I wanted to share a note from one of our clients to reflect on the importance of this continued support means this year of all years. "Dear Keystone Opportunity Center, Thank you and your generous donors for offering your food programs as it is a godsend to me and my family. When the pandemic happened I lost my job and we are on a fixed income so when I found out you and your donors were able to provide free nutritious food every week, this was very helpful. This year A&T have also made a difference in the lives of those we serve who are homeless by providing blankets during the fall ahead of the cold weather. This offering was a blessing. Yesterday Jeff and his team stopped by to donate a large quantity of gift cards that we will distribute to our clients that will enable them to have the personal dignity of conducting their own holiday shopping, something we all enjoy at this time of year. Thank you... thank you... several times over to Jeff and A&T Subaru they continue to make a great difference in the lives of the children, adults and families we serve each year.
Remus is a young pup who found himself in terrible condition and as risk of euthanasia at ACCT Philly due to medical concerns. Dog Town Rescue was able to step in and rescue him from the shelter, in large part due to the fundraising that comes from A&T Subaru. A&T is extremely supportive of our small not for profit dog rescue, including hosting an annual car show that raises funds and collecting items from our wishlist during the holiday season. Remus has had more than 6 months of TLC and many, MANY vet visits to help his skin heal from mange and deep skin infections. This care has included skin biopsies, antibiotics, medicated baths, pain meds and specialized food and injections. Remus has remained a trooper throughout it all and in recent weeks has really begun to show us his playful and happy puppy side. It has been heartwarming to see the transformation and we are so thankful for A&T Subaru's support and donations that allow us to save even more dogs.
On Thursday, June 27, 2019, A&T Subaru delivered blankets and warmth to patients at Grandview Health in Sellersville, Pennsylvania. For the third year in a row, the A&T Subaru team glowed in excitement to bring Subaru’s “Love to Care” mission to life. With over 10 Subaru team members and over 10 Grandview Cancer team members joining The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – the delivery was a great success! A&T is proud to support LLS through Loves to Care, and now, for the 2nd year in a row, with their Share the Love program in the winter. LLS is so grateful for the support of Subaru and especially of this incredible retailer that go above and beyond to create joy for patients in need.
On June 27, A&T Subaru of Sellersville and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) once again donated comfort blankets to help keep our patients warm as they fight against cancer and also arts and crafts kits for children. As part of the Subaru “Loves to Care” program, patients of Grand View Health are given hope, love, and warmth through this simple act of caring. Subaru and LLS have donated over 105,000 blankets and 12,000 arts & crafts kits to hospitals and cancer treatment centers across the country since 2015. We love that we can count on A&T Subaru and LLS to keep this amazing program going and continue to brighten the day for so many patients in our community.
In December 2018, A&T Subaru honored The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) in Eastern PA in recognizing LLS as a Hometown Charity for their Share the Love campaign. Incredibly raising more than $15,000, A&T is impacting patients with cancer and us along with the patients and families we serve, are so grateful. Especially patients like Matthew. Matthew Houser was born on May 12, 2006. He lives in Malvern, PA with his mom, dad, and brother, Will. Matthew was only two-years-old when he was diagnosed with Burkitt’s lymphoma in November of 2008. Matthew’s pediatrician found a mass in his abdomen that ultimately led to his diagnosis. Since then, they’ve had a LOT of doctor’s appointments and even though he’s in remission, Matthew is managing side effects from chemotherapy. Matthew says his hero is his grandfather, a fellow cancer survivor. When he grows up, Matthew wants to be a teacher or a restaurant owner because he loves people. In the meantime, he and his family have shown their love of people by participating in a variety of fundraising events for those with cancer. Matthew was surprised and delighted upon meeting the A&T Subaru team this year and taken for a fast drive in one of their newest editions as well as given thoughtful gifts. Subaru never ceases to amaze us in all they do to partner with those with the greatest need. Thank you so much!
When driving to delivery for A&T Subaru & Grandview Hospital I noticed an amazing connection on the highway – 1st large billboard – “STRENGTH AGAINST CANCER Grandview Health – 2nd large billboard “A&T SUBARU” – 3rd large billboard – “STRENGTH AGAINST CANCER”. I Shared this with both A&T Subaru & Grandview and they were thrilled. Not only are they partnering in loves to care, but also in their messaging throughout the community. Many GVH team members participated in the delivery and were overjoyed by the impact A&T Subaru is having on their patients. As we wrapped, the oncology team gave thanks and encouragement to the LLS staff and invited 1 member to the floors to distribute materials – this is huge win for blood cancer patients as the more information they are privy to, the better they feel going in to treatment. A&T Subaru spoke to our LLS team and have invited LLS in Eastern PA to join them in Share the Love for 2018. Thank you!
Each year, A&T Subaru presents the “A&T Subaru Further Education Scholarship” to a member of the Pennridge High School senior class seeking to attend college. This year's recipient of this $2,000 scholarship is Kayla Voorhees. She will attend Gwynedd Mercy University in the fall to pursue a career in nursing. All the best to you as your pursue your dreams, Kayla! It was great to meet you!
Team A&T Subaru had a terrific time supporting the efforts of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County at their annual Bowling for Kids’ Sake. We gathered with other members of the business community as well as "bigs" and "littles" Sunday, April 8, 2018 at Earl Bowl Lanes in Quakertown. It's always fun to be out and about in the community we serve. It's also not so bad to win! Once again, Team A&T Subaru was the winner of our round of competition, coming in with a score of 219. Congrats!
A&T Subaru continues our commitment to the community we serve with our recent donation of $2,000 to the Sellersville Fire Department."We’re very fortunate to have so many dedicated men and women willing to give their time to the fire department to keep us safe,” said Jeff Allen, A&T Subaru president. “They all put in so much time and sacrifice, the least we can do is to help their fundraising efforts.” The Sellersville Fire Department’s next fundraising event is a Ham Dinner taking place at the station on 2 North Main Street, Sellersville, on Sunday, March 11, 2018, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All are invited to enjoy a great meal in support of Sellersville’s firefighting efforts.
We're fortunate to be part of a business community that supports each other. Landis Supermarket in Telford has kindly agreed to help us Fill the Car for our 2017 Subaru Share the Love charity, Keystone Opportunity Center. Now through January 2, 2018, shoppers at Landis' can help us Fill the Car by placing their purchases in the designated cart. Thank you to our friends at Landis Market!
In Bucks County, approximately 41,406 people live in poverty;10,996 of them are children. When money is tight, families often do without. That is why A&T Subaru is once again partnering with the Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation for Driving Away the Cold. A&T Subaru has increased their donation to 132 new winter children’s coats for the Bucks County Opportunity Council (BCOC) to distribute to local children in need. Started in 2008 by the Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation, Driving Away the Cold is a philanthropic initiative with one important mission: to provide new winter coats to underprivileged children living in the five-county region of Philadelphia. This year, 180 local auto dealers and the Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation are donating more than 50,000 brand-new coats. Since the program’s inception, the Foundation has warmed both the bodies and souls of over 315,000 area children in need. To learn more about the Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation and the difference it is making in the greater Philadelphia community, please visit www.caringforkids.com.
We're proud to continue our mission of supporting the communities we serve. This time, with a pet supply drive for Quakertown-based animal rescue, Last Chance Ranch. Many thanks to everyone who donated - each one of you has made a difference!
A&T Subaru continues its commitment to support the community it serves, this time carrying out the mission of Subaru Loves Learning with a donation of 150 award-winning science books, 19 titles in all, to elementary students in the Souderton Area School District. It is all part of the Subaru Love Promise and in support of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). This Subaru Loves Learning book donation is a program designed to donate outstanding, prize-winning books to schools with the goal of engaging young learners in the world of science and inspire them to want to learn more. These books are designed to supplement existing curriculum by supporting science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, while also helping to build reading and literacy skills. The Subaru Loves Learning initiative reflects Subaru of America’s (SOA) corporate goals to improve the education and the lives of those in local communities nationwide. Throughout the month, both SOA and local retailers across the country have shown their commitment to education in a variety of ways – all part of the larger Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment effort dedicated to making a positive impact on the world.
Summer is over, but before our friends at Perkasie Borough's Menlo Park drained the pool for the year our furry friends had the chance for a swim at the Doggy Dip. We were happy to be a participant of this fun event, providing support and a Doggy Goodie Basket as a prize.
We believe that by supporting local business, we support each other. And it doesn't get much more local than a community market. That's why we are proud to be the main sponsor of the 2017 season of the Indian Valley Farmer's Market, where local-producing farmers and merchants gather every Saturday in Telford, selling their fresh produce and merchandise as neighbors gather in community.
A & T Subaru and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Eastern PA Chapter delivered 80 Subaru Loves To Care Blankets to Grand View Health and Alliance Cancer Specialists on June 26th, 2017. The blankets will be shared with patients who are fighting cancer. In addition, to the blankets Grandview also received arts & crafts kits that can be shared with children. Subaru and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society are spreading hope, love and warmth to patients. Thank you to Grand View Health and Alliance Cancer Specialist for accepting the blankets and help brighten someone’s day.
Together, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Subaru are spreading hope, love and warmth to those fighting cancer across the country. On June 26, A&T Subaru and the LLS Eastern PA Chapter delivered comfort blankets and cards with messages of hope for patients of Grand View Health and Alliance Cancer Specialists, along with art and craft kits for children. A&T Subaru and LLS have combined their efforts to brighten the day for many in our community.
We celebrated Earth Day April 22 and 23 with Perkasie Borough at their Pop-up Park.The Borough created an Earth Day oasis in the parking lot in the center of town. We were proud to sponsor the event, which provided two days of free family fun to our friends and neighbors.We were on hand for the event and held a coloring contest for kids age 3-12. Everyone had a terrific time.
The results of the 2016 Subaru “Share the Love” campaign are in, and Keystone Opportunity Center now has $6,671.00 additionl dollars thanks to our amazing customers and Subaru of America, Inc. (SOA). This is the fourth year we've teamed up with Keystone Opportunity Center for “Share the Love,” a charitable program where Subaru of America (SOA) donates $250.00 (up to $15 million) to the designated Hometown Charity -- Keystone Opportunity Center -- or one of four national charities: ASPCA®, Make-A-Wish®, Meals On Wheels Association of America®, and National Park Foundation for each new Subaru sold between November 17, 2016 – January 3, 2017. Over the course of these past four years, Subaru of America has donated a total of $26,298.00 to Keystone Opportunity Center on behalf of A&T Subaru and their customers. The 2016 “Share the Love” campaign kicked off with A&T Subaru’s “Fill the Car” food and supply drive, encouraging customers to donate items from Keystone Opportunity Center’s wish list. This effort yielded 100 lbs. of much-needed food and supplies. “This shows how incredible our customers are,” said A&T Subaru president Jeff Allen. “They’re the ones who choose which ‘Share the Love’ charity to support and they’re the ones who take the time to donate food or supplies. We’re all about providing opportunities to come together as a community to support organizations like Keystone Opportunity Center.”
The customers of A&T Subaru came through once again for Subaru Share the Love Hometown Charity, Keystone Opportunity Center. The annual “Fill the Car” campaign yielded 100 lbs. of food and supplies. This is the fourth year A&T Subaru has partnered with Keystone Opportunity Center as the Hometown Charity for the Subaru Share the Love campaign. Keystone Opportunity Center accepts donations of items from non-perishable food items to household basics like soap and towels. A full wish list is available at www.keystoneopportunity.org.
We're continuing our mission of supporting our community with a pet supply drive for Quakertown-based animal rescue, Last Chance Ranch. This collection is all part of the of the Subaru Loves Pets program and the Subaru Love Promise, a pledge to do right by the communities we serve; a promise to make a positive impact in the world.
The Keystone Opportunity Center is A&T Subaru's hometown charity this year for their annual Share the Love Event. The mission of the Opportunity Center is to help community members in need by offering a comprehensive array of social services that educate, encourage, and empower them to become self sufficient. From now until January 3rd, for every Subaru that is leased or purchased, A&T will donate $250 to the charity of your choice. You can also choose from the national charities such as ASPCA, Meals on Wheels America, Make-A-Wish, and National Park Foundation. Subaru and all its participating retailers will have given nearly $90 million in the past nine years. Help making someone's holiday season by putting a little love in people's hearts.
Raising chickens in your backyard. Exploring MARS in the year 2035. Studying an octopus in the south pacific. These are just a few topics elementary students in the Souderton Area School District can now explore thanks to a donation of 150 award-winning science books from A&T Subaru. A&T Subaru, located at 801 Bethlehem Pike in Sellersville, is carrying out the mission of Subaru Loves Learning and is supporting the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) with this donation. It is all part of the Subaru Love Promise, a pledge to do right by the communities A&T Subaru serves; a promise to make a positive impact in the world by focusing on improving A&T Subaru’s neighborhoods and communities. This Subaru Loves Learning book donation is a program designed to donate outstanding, prize-winning books to schools with the goal of engaging young learners in the world of science and inspire them to want to learn more. These books are designed to supplement existing curriculum by supporting K-12 science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, while also helping to build reading and literacy skills.
Join us in our Subaru Loves Learning initiative during the month of August! We are partnering with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in donating science books to the Souderton Area School District. All of the books that will be donated have been recognized by AAAS as some of the best science books in their field. Contact us to learn more information.
Throughout the month of April, we are hosting an E-Waste Recycling Event in our store to collect unwanted electronics. We've arranged to work with a company who will responsibly collect, re-purpose, and recycle your electronic waste. Help us protect our environment. Just show up with your E-Waste and we'll do the rest! The first 50 customers who contribute will receive a complimentary environmental badge of ownership. We will accept: LCD Monitors, Cell Phones, Laptops, Tablets, CRTs up to 40, Video Games/Consoles, Fax Machines, DVD/VCR Players, Printers, Computer Peripherals, Switches/Routers, Cords and Wires.