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Subaru Loves Pets
Subaru Loves the Earth
Subaru Loves Learning
Subaru Loves to Help
Subaru Loves to Care
Whether they live in our homes or in the wild, Subaru is committed to keeping all animals safe and healthy.
Loving the environment means more than loving the great outdoors. It means working to preserve it.
It’s our goal to make the pursuit of knowledge available to as many minds as possible.
In a perfect world, hunger would be history and hope would be commonplace. We believe a perfect world is possible.
We should all have a chance to lead a healthy life. We’re aiming to give as many people that chance as we can.
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.
REED Academy is a school for children with autism ages 3-21 located in Oakland, New Jersey and we are excited to be expanding our services to include housing, employment and community support for adults 21 and over on the spectrum. Part of our funding portfolio will include a social venture business with all of its profits going to support adults with autism. REED students, families and staff are so grateful to Subaru and Ramsey Auto Group for being early supporters of this innovative national social venture model. Our community is honored that Subaru and Ramsey Auto Group are deeply committed to supporting adults with autism. At 21, individuals with autism are no longer eligible to participate in their school program, leaving them without good and valuable options as adults. Thousands of people in our country will face a very difficult road without good quality community support from corporate partners like Subaru and Ramsey Auto Group. Subaru really understands some of the critical needs in our community and families are so thankful for their support.
The Museum of Making Music provides high quality programming to over 35,000 visitors annually, and off-site musical training to 800 disadvantaged children during the school year. We envision a world in which the joy of making music is a precious element of daily living for everyone, and most importantly, available to all regardless of an individual's income level or ethnic background. We believe there is no better place to begin this engagement with music than with our young schoolchildren through our Access to Music tour program. In this program, students from title one schools (those schools categorized by the U.S. Department of Education as being at academic risk of not achieving test and assessment scores and having the vast majority of students living below the poverty level) are brought to the Museum for a hands-on, inquiry-based tour of the Museum's exhibitions and introduced to the world of musical expression. Access to Music began in 2006 and now serves more than 3,000 students per year from seven different school districts. 88% of the combined populations are socio-economically disadvantaged families. This $20,000 outreach program is offered FREE to all the participating schools and students. Bob Baker Subaru donated $2,610 towards this initiative, giving low-income youth accessibility to an enriching Museum experience! Thank you for continuing to strengthen our community! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGQm9nf2iPA
Students from Rancho Beuno Vista High School visited Bob Baker Subaru on April 15, 2015 to see first hand the internal workings of a Subaru New Car Dealership. The students were met by Donnie Thomas, the Subaru New Car Sales Manager, who gave the students an indepth tour of the entire dealership, including a demonstration drive in a new Subaru vehicle.
I live and work in a small rural farming community in southern California. We are a family oriented community who supports our schools and especially our kids in need. Every year we put together a Scholarship Golf Tournament where we raise thousands of dollars each year to help our local kids with educational needs. This is a great scholarship because students can use it for their greatest need and they can go to any type of school they choose. Auto mechanic, massage school, what ever. While working on our 11th Annual event I received a letter in my auto statement regarding the Subaru Love Promise, so I put my local dealer to the test! I contacted Bob Baker Subaru of Carlsbad where I purchased my Outback in 2013, to see if they would be willing to sponsor a hole in one car. I cannot say enough about the generosity and enthusiastic support I received from the GM Bill Kornik and his service manager Don Elliott. I worked directly with Don who had a 2015 Forester at the event on time and on display for our golfers to admire! Unfortunately we did not give a car away that day but by lending their name and support to our cause we gained a whole new level of class for our fundraiser. This was our most successful yet and we raised over $20,000 for our kids. It's really a win/win because I know of at least 2 attendees who have told me that their next car is a Subaru and Bob Baker will be their dealer. Thanks Subaru for living up to the promise, it really matters!
Bob Baker Subaru has embraced the Subaru "Share the Love" campaign over the past few years by having employees volunteer to deliver meals to North County seniors with Meals on Wheels of North County. Meals on Wheels Association of America is the oldest and largest national organization composed of and representing local, community based Senior Nutrition Programs in all 50 U.S. States, as well as the U.S. Territories. Their Vision is an America in which all seniors live a nourished life with independence and dignity. Their mission: We believe that no senior should go hungry. Meals on Wheels Association of America empowers community programs to improve health and quality of life. For an entire week, employees from Bob baker Subaru volunteered with Meals on Wheels of North County to deliver meals to our North County seniors. For many, these are the only hot meals they get for that day. In many cases, it is also the only visitors they get that day. This has touched several of our employees to the point that they now volunteer on a regular basis to continue delivering meals.