Young Subaru’s 2020 Subaru Share the Love Event

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Young Subaru today announced its participation in the 2020 Subaru Share the Love® Event and the GOAL Foundation as their hometown charity to be added to the list of organizations that customers can select to receive a Subaru Share the Love Event donation. 

The Subaru Share the Love Event ran from November 19, 2020 to January 4, 2021 and allowed Subaru retailers the opportunity to select charities operating in their community to be included in a list of organizations that new owners can select from to receive a $250 donation from Subaru of America, Inc. (SOA). For a fifth year in a row, there was be no cap on the total donation from SOA to its Subaru Share the Love Event charitable partners. At the culmination of this year, SOA and its retailers hope to exceed a grand total of $200 million donated since the creation of the Subaru Share the Love Event.

The thirteenth-annual Subaru Share the Love Event will include the following four national charities: 

  • The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®)
  • Make-A-Wish®
  • Meals on Wheels America

In addition to the national charities that are participating, the GOAL Foundation will be included as a hometown charity/charities for new Subaru owners to receive donations at the end of the event. “At Subaru of America, we relish the opportunity to share the love with not only our national partners, but also a host of hometown charities near and dear to our owner’s hearts,” said Alan Bethke, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Subaru of America, Inc. “We’re more than a car company, and as we head into our thirteenth consecutive Subaru Share the Love Event, we are proud to support these incredible causes and make a positive impact on our communities this holiday season.” 

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