The 2024 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award

We are honored to be nationally recognized by Subaru of America, Inc. for our dedication to our customers, our community, and the Subaru Love Promise.

The 2024 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award recognizes elite Subaru retailer who provide an exceptional customer experience at every interaction with Subaru. These retailers have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to supporting passions and causes in their local communities in important areas such as environment, community, health, education, and pets.

Here at Hello Subaru of Temecula, we love our community as much as we love our vehicles and are committed to making a positive impact on the lives of all of our customers and neighbors.

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What is the Subaru Love Promise?

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.

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Community

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.

Community

Environment

Subaru and our retailers are committed to protecting and preserving the Earth, not just by our words, but also by our actions.

More than 13 million pieces of hard-to-recycle waste collected and recycled through TerraCycle®.

Environment

Health

Subaru believes we all should have a chance to lead a healthy life. That's why Subaru and its retailers, like us, partner with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society® (LLS) and their local hospital or cancer treatment center to give warm blankets and encouraging messages of hope, written by retailers and Subaru customers in their stores, to support patients facing cancer. Through our partnership with LLS, we've supported nearly 300,000 cancer patients nationwide. We're proud to be LLS's largest automotive donor.

Health

Education

Subaru and its retailers, like us, are continuing our support of education and high-needs schools in our communities through Subaru Loves Learning(R) by providing teachers across the country with funding to purchase the school supplies and resources they know are needed to help students thrive in the classroom. Through our partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, Subaru and its retailers will have supported more than 470,000 students nationwide and are proud to be their largest corporate supporter.

Education

Pets

Subaru believes all pets deserve a loving home. That's why Subaru and its retailers, like us, host adoption events and donate $100 to our partner shelter for every pet adopted during the month of October*. Through our partnership with local and national organizations, we have donated over $51 million, which has supported the adoption, rescue, transport, and health of over 420,000 animals. We're proud to be the largest corporate donor to the ASPCA.

*Subaru retailers will donate $100 for every pet adopted from partner shelters from October 1, 2023 through October 31, 2023 up to $3,100 per retailer.

Pets

The Subaru Share the Love® Event

Subaru and its retailers believe in giving back to our communities. That's why for every new vehicle sold or leased during the Subaru Share the Love event, Subaru and its retailers, like us, makes a donation to national charities that our owners care about and to over 2,100 local charities where Subaru owners live and work.

Now, after 15 years, Subaru and our retailers have donated over $256 million to charity all to give back and to make the world a better place.

The Subaru Share the Love<sup>®</sup> Event

How is Hello Subaru of Temecula dedicated locally to the Love Promise?

“Our promise to the Temecula Valley and surrounding areas is to maximize our resources, expertise and individual passions to make a real impact in the lives of others. Our people and our community are the cornerstone of our business. We live here, we work here and we are devoted to making the quality of life for everyone better as we as we rally around a common goal to make a difference. At Hello Subaru of Temecula ‘The Subaru Love Promise’ is not simply just a strategy, it is a core philosophy.”

  • Animal Friends of the Valleys|Fallbrook Live Oak Dog Park
  • Assistance League of Temecula Valley|Community Mission of Hope|Alternatives of Domestic Violence
  • Temecula Unified School Dist.|Murrieta Unified School Dist.|Elsinore Unified School Dist.|Menifee Unified School Dist.
  • Temecula Recycling Center
  • Loma Linda University Hospital|Inland Valley Medical Center|Rady Children's Hospital

Love Promise Stories from Hello Subaru of Temecula

Subaru and Hello Subaru of Temecula 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.

Brighter Beginnings for Survivors

In a powerful initiative aimed at making a difference in the lives of families affected by domestic violence, Hello Subaru of Temecula partnered with the Safe Family Justice Center in Temecula for the New Home Basket Initiative. Providing new home bins with essential items to support brave individuals, leaving an abusive environment with nothing but what is on their backs. The Safe Family Justice Center, known for its unwavering dedication to assisting domestic violence survivors, offers multiple services and programs, including shelter, safe planning, court preparation, and resource mapping. Their commitment to empowering individuals and families serves as a beacon of hope in the Temecula community. The journey of healing from domestic violence is both deeply personal and universally challenging. Survivors often carry the weight of their experiences long after they’ve exited the abusive situation. However, when healing trauma, there are pathways to recovery that lead to resilience, growth, and empowerment for these individuals. Hello Subaru of Temecula helpful staff helped assemble 40 bins filled with essential items. Each bin contains carefully selected necessities, including dishware sets for four, cleaning supplies, toiletries, a four set of towels, a blanket, a hairbrush, laundry detergent, hand soap, a “You Are Loved” sticker, and a candle to bring warmth in their new safe space. These items are designed to provide comfort and practical use to those starting anew. Hello Subaru of Temecula arrived at the Safe Family Justice Center facility to deliver the 40 bins. SFJC was beyond grateful for these bins and knew the impact these bins would have on so many families in need. The Hello staff were given a tour, learning more about the vital work being done to support domestic violence survivors. Marshall Hamilton, the Supervisor of SFJC, shared the impactful statistics and the significant difference that SFJC has made in the community in the last year. They have served over 3,851 victims, including 954 individuals under the age of 18, and provided 36,856 services. The center helped file over 1,130 restraining orders, accompanied 166 individuals to court proceedings and encouraged 217 youth to join their support programs. Help create safer and healthier communities for all. Through their partnership, Hello Subaru of Temecula and the Safe Family Justice Center worked together to help address the urgent needs of domestic violence survivors. By coming together to support these families, they offer not only material assistance but also fostering hope for a brighter future for many individuals. Hello Subaru of Temecula is proud to be able to make a real difference in the community.

Relaxation in the Face of Chemo

Hello Subaru of Temecula partnered with Michelle's Place Cancer Resource Center for their second annual Wellness Day for individuals impacted by cancer. This partnership resulted in a day of relaxation and empowerment for 40 incredibly strong women. Michelle's Place Cancer Resource Center is in Temecula, CA, and extends its services to those in San Bernardino, Riverside, and North San Diego counties. It is a beacon of support for cancer patients, providing invaluable resources. They serve about 1,800 cancer patients with more than 11,000 free resources annually. From support groups and wig services to wellness classes and one-on-one assistance, Michelle's Place lives by the motto, "You are not alone." Hello Subaru of Temecula recognized the importance of supporting such a vital organization and decided to create a special day for those navigating the challenges of cancer. Michelle's Place stands as a testament to Michelle, a courageous young woman whose battle with breast cancer at the age of 26 inspired the creation of this community resource. Frustrated by the lack of local support during her journey, Michelle envisioned a place that would provide emotional comfort, a listening ear, and up-to-date information on treatment options. Tragically, she passed away on July 23, 2000, but her family, friends, and community kept the organization going. Michelle's vision of uplifting others in their cancer battles came true. South Coast Winery Resort & Spa helped make this extraordinary Wellness Day possible. The 40 deserving cancer patients were given the choice of a custom massage or a pedicure, along with a healthy lunch and full access to all the spa amenities in their facility. The goal was to provide a day of relaxation and offer a much-needed escape from their struggles. A day solely focused on the well-being of these strong and resilient individuals. Each participant received a butterfly-themed gift basket put together by Subaru volunteers. These baskets contained a butterfly cup, scented lavender candles, a butterfly "you are beautiful" sticker, a necklace to remind them of their inner and outer beauty, and a heartfelt thank-you card expressing gratitude for their presence at the Wellness Day. The Wellness Day became a platform for women to share their empowering stories. Melissa Ferguson, a former member of Michelle's Place, expressed the significance of the event, stating, "I don't spend that extra little money that I have to come and just hang out and have a wellness day at a spa to take time to just be present in my own body and to have this time to get a pedicure and just breathe." The testimonials show how this event went beyond being a wellness day; it became a day for these strong women to reclaim a sense of self. Cancer treatment costs, on average, more than $42,000 per year, depending on the level of health insurance. A total of 85% of patients leave work during initial treatment, and many use their savings within the first two years. Consequently, around 30% of Americans with a cancer history face challenges paying medical bills, resorting to borrowing money, or filing for bankruptcy due to these financial struggles. Hello Subaru of Temecula knew that these cancer patients would not necessarily spend money on themselves due to their financial burden. Hello Subaru wanted them to feel seen and loved despite that financial burden. Hello Subaru of Temecula's partnership with Michelle's Place Cancer Resource Center is impactful to the community and individuals facing the challenges of cancer. This Wellness Day provided a day of escape and empowered these women to be themselves, reminding them of their strength and resilience.

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A Heartfelt Toy Drive in Temecula

Hello Subaru of Temecula embraced the spirit of giving by joining hands in partnering with Temecula Fire Department for the Spark of Love Toy Drive for a heartfelt cause. Through the support of their customers and staff, they received donations of over 100 new, unwrapped toys, a testament to the community's compassion and the dealership's commitment to giving back. Hello Subaru had the donations of toys displayed in the showroom, presents for children of all ages. The day for the toy pickup, firefighters arrived at Hello Subaru of Temecula ready to collect the toy donations. The Hello Staff and the firefighters began to load up the toys, they couldn’t help but feel gratitude, knowing that these presents will bring happiness to a child in need. For Hello Subaru of Temecula, the joy wasn't just in the number of toys collected but in the impact they knew these donations would have on the children receiving them. Being a part of such a meaningful cause was a source of joy for the entire team, knowing that they were making a difference in their community. Hello Subaru of Temecula knew that their involvement held value in spreading happiness during this holiday season.

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Warmth in the Winter

This year, Hello Subaru of Temecula partnered with Child and Youth in Transition program within the San Diego Unified School District for an event called "Warmth in the Winter." An event to give children and their families presents to help them this holiday season. San Diego Unified School District is the second largest district in the region, catering to over 121,000 students. Understanding the diverse challenges these students face, ranging from homelessness to military connections, foster care, refugee, immigrant backgrounds, and even those in juvenile justice facilities, the need for support and care becomes clear. Child and Youth in Transition serves as a vital support system, extending help to these students and their families during challenging times. Recognizing the necessities for the colder months, they highlighted needing jackets, gloves, beanies, toys, and gift cards to bring warmth and joy to families facing hardships. Hello Subaru of Temecula stepped forward contributing over 223 essential items. Hello Subaru arrived at the organization's facility in three vehicles filled with boxes. Among these contributions were puffer jackets, sports equipment like basketballs, soccer balls, footballs, toys like Barbie's and dolls, gloves, beanies, umbrellas, and 20 gift cards at $100 each from Target. The efforts of Hello Subaru of Temecula and Child and Youth in Transition are beyond material contributions but give a sense of belonging, care, and warmth within the San Diego community. Child and Youth in Transition were so grateful for this year's donations and expressed how much these families will appreciate these items. They explained that they are making over 100 family Christmas baskets, helping over 350 individuals. Hello Subaru of Temecula's dedication to making a meaningful difference and the Child and Youth in Transition program's unwavering support stand as an inspiring testament to keep helping those who need it most. This holiday season, Hello Subaru of Temecula and Child and Youth in Transition collaboration has brought warmth and support extended to the students and families of the San Diego Unified School District.

San Diego Unified Adopt A Family

With Hello Subaru's great support, we were able to host our most successful Adopt A Family event we've had in many years. With their generous donation of jackets, gloves, beanies, and SO MANY TOYS, we were able to make gift baskets for more than 100 families experiencing housing insecurity. They also gave us many gift cards to Target, which allow our families to buy food and other necessities with dignity during the weeks school is off calendar. We keep our students' identities confidential, but we can assure you there were hundreds and hundreds of giant smiles and some tears of gratitude from parents who can breathe a little easier this holiday season. We cannot thank you enough for how you have supported our families in San Diego!!!

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A Season of Giving

Hello Subaru of Temecula hosted its first ‘Hello Gives Thanks’ turkey drive. A collaboration between Hello Subaru and two local non-profit organizations, Safe Family Justice Center and the Veterans Village of San Diego. Hello Subaru gave over 200 meals to domestic violence victims, veterans, and their families. This initiative aimed to provide them with everything they needed this Thanksgiving to enjoy a homemade meal with their loved ones and create special memories together. On the event day, families lined up in their cars outside the dealership, where the Hello team gave groceries to over 50 families from the Safe Family Justice Center in Temecula. This organization helps individuals by providing advocacy and support services to those who have experienced domestic violence. The next day, the Hello Subaru team visited the Veterans Village of San Diego facility, and Ralph Ford, the executive chef, greeted them. Ralph gave the Hello team a tour of the kitchen facilities. He talked about the work VVSD does every year and how they help thousands of veterans reclaim their lives through programs that offer transitional and permanent housing, mental health counseling, substance use treatment, and employment training services. The Hello team and the kitchen staff began to unload over 100 turkeys and hams. The VVSD will use the turkeys and hams to feed our heroes on Thanksgiving Day and freeze the remaining meat for their Christmas meals. Places like VVSD rely on food donations to provide for our veterans. Continuing their outreach, the team headed to Escondido, distributing 52 Thanksgiving meals to apartments designated for veterans and their families. Understanding the significance of this support, larger families received two kits to ensure there was plenty of food, also received turkeys weighing over 20 pounds. Ralph Ford shared his perspective on the impact of these initiatives, especially for homeless veterans who visit their facilities and have not experienced a traditional Thanksgiving meal in years. He expressed the joy of witnessing the glow on their faces, knowing they had something special for the holidays. This Thanksgiving drive was not just about distributing meals; it was about building connections, fostering hope, and creating memories for those who need it most. Hello Subaru was proud to be able to impact the lives of over 375 people in their communities.

Changing Lives, One Paw at a Time

Hello Subaru of Temecula and Animal Friends of the Valleys have built a great partnership over the years and are excited to partner up again this year to make a difference in pets who need loving homes. Animal Friends of the Valleys is dedicated to promoting the humane care of animals through education and a compassionate, proactive animal services program. They are committed to preventing the suffering of animals and to ending pet overpopulation in the cities they serve, which are Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake, Wildomar, Menifee, Murrieta, and Temecula. In celebration of October, Subaru Loves Pets Month, Hello Subaru of Temecula joined forces with Animal Friends of the Valleys, a local non-kill animal shelter. Its mission is to support the local animal shelter by donating $100 for every pet adopted during the month, up to 31 pets. The month's highlight came when the final count of 358 pets found their forever homes. The shelter was so grateful and celebrated the successful adoptions and the incredible donation that Subaru contributed to support the shelter's cause. Hello Subaru celebrated their dedicated retailers across the country who had played a pivotal role in making a difference in the lives of animals in need. The collaboration between Hello Subaru and Animal Friends of the Valleys proved that when communities, businesses, and animal lovers come together. They can truly make a positive impact on the lives of pets and everyone involved.

Subaru Share the Love Promise Fulfilled

Subaru Share the Love Promise Fulfilled Hello Subaru of Temecula, along with Assistance League of Temecula Valley, made a powerful impact in the lives of identified low-income students in the Lake Elsinore Unified School District on the evening of September 26th. In May, representatives from Hello Subaru of Temecula, attended the Annual Luncheon for ALTV, and presented a generous check in support of Operation School Bell. These funds allowed ALTV to serve hundreds of children in Southwest Riverside County by providing school age children from low-income families with new school clothing. Families applied for Operation School Bell through their school district web site weeks before the event. On the designated evening, a long line of families and children in grades TK-12 assembled outside Target in Lake Elsinore, eagerly awaiting the opportunity to begin shopping for $125 worth of tax-free school clothing for each child. There was excitement in the air as parents planned their shopping and children made new friends with others in line. The families checked in with a three-step process, grabbed and shopping cart, and happily began looking for jeans, shirts, skirts, shoes, socks, dresses, underwear, sweatshirts, and jackets. An event of this size requires a small army of people to help, and members of Assistance League of Temecula Valley along with representatives from the Hello Auto Group, joined forces to staff tables, answer questions, help with shopping, translate forms, and assist with the check-out process. As each family reached the check-out counter at the end of the evening, it was heartwarming to see the excitement on the faces of the children as they watched their new shoes and clothing being bagged. Parents were extremely grateful for the opportunity to receive new clothing for their children at no cost, and their appreciation was evident as they expressed their thanks with warm smiles and calls of, “Thank you so much”, and “This is so helpful to our family”. Families filled out an Exit Interview form and here are a few comments from parents: “Thank you for this blessing. I’m now able to buy additional school clothes for my son.” “Thank you. We have a foster kid and this is a big help”. “We are extremely grateful for your program. My kids were so excited to go shopping, so thank you.” Each year Operation School Bell dressings are held from August to October and thousands of identified low-income students in the Temecula, Murrieta, Lake Elsinore, Menifee, and Romoland School Districts shop for new school clothing from local Target and Kohl’s stores. Studies have shown that children who feel confident about themselves will stay in school longer and are more likely to succeed. New school clothing purchased from the same places their peers shop contributes to a child’s self-confidence and willingness to participate. A program of this size takes a huge amount of funding and hundreds of hours of volunteer time. We are extremely grateful to Hello Subaru for selecting Assistance League of Temecula Valley as one of the recipients of the Subaru Share the Love Promise. Subaru and ALTV share many of the same goals. We both believe in being a positive force in our community to make it a better place for all. We both believe in being actively involved in solving challenges. It was wonderful to see so many ALTV members and Subaru employees taking part in this event and being a role model for effective leadership and change. Thank you, Hello Subaru of Temecula Valley for joining forces with Assistance League to “Share the Love” in our community through Operation School Bell.

Helping Children Get Essential Clothes

The operation School Bell event coordinated by Assistance League of Temecula was an amazing initiative supporting over 2,000 low-income students from five school districts: Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee, Lake Elsinore, and Romoland. Hello Subaru of Temecula raised over $25,000 from the Share the Love initiative from the previous year which helps fund these events. The event took place at Target in Lake Elsinore. Each student was given an allowance of $125 to spend on new clothes. For many of these children, it was their first experience with brand-new clothing. The smiles on the children's faces as they left the store with their new clothes was a heartfelt experience for everyone involved. This year, Hello Subaru of Temecula had gone above and beyond to support Operation School Bell. Hello Subaru team, volunteered to help translate for families, and helped with the survey check-out line. It was truly an incredible event to be a part of, and to see the children's faces light up with excitement as they picked out their new clothes. This event was about giving children the confidence and resources they needed to succeed in school.

Warfighter Made's B.O.L.T. Youth Program is teaching STEM education, leadership, and preservation.

Warfighter Made is a veteran founded non profit in Temecula, California. We are dedicated to improving the mental health of military service members, veterans, and their families through Recreational Therapy, Camaraderie Therapy, STEM educational youth programs , and family oriented events that promote connection and healing. This summer, we had 10 youth students, ages 8-12, enrolled in our B.O.L.T.(Building Offroad Leaders of Tomorrow) Youth Program. These students are the children of military families. Over the 8 weeks, they learn how to repair and maintain a Polaris 170 offroad machine as well as drive the vehicle safely and responsibly. They are taught the importance of respecting ecosystems and how to be leaders in this initiative. On September 16th, the students of the B.O.L.T. program graduated at our Adrenaline Therapy Saturday event. We are so happy that Hello Subaru of Temecula decided to be a part of this event! It was awesome that they came out to support us and even brought a Subaru out for everyone to see. They jumped right in to help and encourage the kids along side us. Having the support of such a generous company makes it possible for us to continue doing what we do for our military community. Together, we CAN make a positive impact on communities, families, and individuals. A great deal of THANKS goes out to Jessica for all the support she and her team brought to the day. We appreciate you!

Helping Veterans with PTSD

Hello Subaru of Temecula partnered with Warfighter Made to support our heroes who have done so much for our country. Warfighter Made's mission is to make a difference in the lives of veterans and their families in impactful ways. They do most of this through Recreational Therapy. Recreational Therapy provides an escape from life's daily challenges through Polaris RZRs. Some vehicles are specially adapted for those with catastrophic injuries. These thrilling rides are not just about adventure; they are about improving the quality of life and mental health and bringing families closer in a fun and positive environment. Warfighter Made encourages veterans from all branches and eras to come together. This program built confidence, created a support network, improved communication skills, and provided a safe space to manage stressors related to Post Traumatic Stress. Recreational Therapy Retreats invited ill, injured, and combat-wounded veterans to participate in recreational therapy retreats. These retreats provided enjoyment and brought families closer in a supportive way. Warfighter Made also ran a STEM educational program for the children of veterans. This program taught students character development traits and the importance of respecting the environment. They were taught to protect ecosystems and preserve trails and parks for future generations. Warfighter Made organized an event called "Adrenaline Therapy." This event brought veterans and their families together for a day of off-roading excitement. Hello Subaru of Temecula saw an opportunity to support this incredible initiative. They became a sponsor and donated over $2,000 to ensure the event's success. Hello Subaru set up a booth at the event, ready to show their unwavering support for these brave men and women. The kids who were part of the STEM program proudly showed up with their families and personal Polaris RZRs. The program taught these kids how to change tires, check engines, and work on their own Polaris RZRs. The veterans, accustomed to adrenaline from their service days, found a new purpose and excitement in off-roading. This event helped them cope with their PTSD and regain confidence as they fearlessly navigated the challenging terrain in their Polaris RZRs. Hello Subaru of Temecula brought along a Subaru Wilderness Outback, a car known for its off-roading capabilities, and displayed it proudly by their booth. They even took the Subaru Outback out on the track to showcase its skills. It was clear that Hello Subaru of Temecula had found a place in the hearts of the Warfighter Made community. Everyone had a blast, and more importantly, they created lasting memories and provided hope and healing for those who had given so much to protect their country. In the end, the partnership between Hello Subaru of Temecula and Warfighter Made was more than just a sponsorship; it was a testament to the power of compassion, camaraderie, and the adventure in bringing people together and making a difference in the lives of those who have sacrificed so much.

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Long Lasting Partnership

Hello Subaru of Temecula partnered with E. Hale Curran Elementary School for the Subaru Loves Learning® - AdoptAClassroom initiative. Their goal was to ignite a love for learning and provide resources for the teachers who do so much for students. To kickstart this exciting initiative, Hello Subaru of Temecula reached out to the educator of E. Hale Curran Elementary School, sharing the exciting news of how Hello Subaru will be helping their school. E. Hale Curran invited Hello Subaru to make the grand announcement to the entire school. They scheduled a special day to speak to all the elementary students and tell them about the remarkable initiative. Hello Subaru of Temecula reached out to the Subaru Ambassador, Eilene Montaya, known for her love of education and community involvement, and invited her to join them on this exciting day. Hello Subaru of Temecula and the Subaru Ambassador arrived at the school and were greeted by the wonderful staff at E. Hale Curran Elementary School. Hello Subaru of Temecula's General Manager, Magaly Rivera, headed to the stage and began to speak. She Announced the Subaru Loves Learning® - AdoptAClassroom initiative, a program dedicated to supporting their educational journey. She explained how Hello Subaru is here to support them in any way. They brought school supplies, a cut-out bus filled with inspirational notes for their wonderful teachers, and $3,000 credit to help the teachers with what they need to help their students in their studies. The school, with 49% from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, only fueled their resilience. All you can hear is cheers and applause from the students and teachers. The partnership between Hello Subaru of Temecula, E. Hale Curran Elementary, and the Subaru Ambassador symbolized hope and collaboration. It promised that education could transcend all barriers and empower young minds. Together, they were determined to create a brighter future filled with endless possibilities.

Subaru Community

Once a year, Subaru enthusiasts from all corners of southern California gather for Subiefest, the ultimate Subaru event. This event is more than just a car show; it celebrates a shared passion for everything Subaru. Hello, Subaru of Temecula had a booth of fun activities and Subaru merchandise for sale, from shirts and hats to keychains and signages. The team had set up a game with everyone having fun and a chance to interact with the staff, the spin the wheel challenge. Attendees took turns spinning the wheel and winning all kinds of Subaru-themed prizes. Hello Subaru of Temecula had also organized a raffle for attendees, and the prize was a gift basket filled with premium cleaning products and Subaru merchandise. Over 700 people eagerly signed up, hoping to walk away with the gift basket. A lucky individual was announced as the winner at the end of the event. Hello, Subaru of Temecula team couldn't help but reflect on the incredible day they had experienced. The event had been more than just a chance to showcase their merchandise and interact with fans; it was a reminder of the vibrant community that Subaru had fostered. The team left feeling grateful to be part of a community that celebrates cars and the friendships and connections made through their mutual adoration for all things Subaru.

Helping the Children’s Hospital

Hello Subaru of Temecula and Rady Children's Hospital partnered to help enhance the health of countless children who dependently receive financial support from individuals, businesses, and community groups. Hello Subaru of Temecula recognizes Rady Children's Hospital's profound impact on kids who need so much help during their time at the hospital. They understood that the hospital's mission could only fully support their patients with the financial support of businesses like theirs. The team at Hello Subaru donated $1,000 to Rady Children's Hospital. Hello, Subaru's act of service is a testament to the unwavering dedication to their community and their belief in the hospital's mission. The donation would contribute significantly to the hospital's efforts to help 237,000 children every year. It would enable the hospital to continue its patient care, education, research, and advocacy programs that formed the backbone of its mission. The funds would aid in acquiring state-of-the-art medical equipment, funding critical research, and ensuring every child receives the care and attention they deserve. Rady Children's Hospital sincerely thanks Hello Subaru of Temecula for their unwavering support. This collaboration would continue to touch the lives of countless children, bringing hope, healing, and the promise of a brighter future for Rady Children's Hospital. Video per Rady's Children Youtube

Backpacks For Our Local Schools

Hello Subaru of Temecula hosted their second annual backpack drive for the month of July, just in time before school starts. The Hello Subaru team helped collect 300 backpacks and donated to the Temecula Valley Unified School District the previous year. This year, their goal was even higher – they aimed to almost double their impact by donating 500 backpacks and extending their support to not just one but two local school districts; Temecula Valley Unified School and the Romoland Elementary School. They aim to help kids facing challenges with a combined student population of over 30,774, and 71.5% are economic disadvantages. Hello Subaru understood that children should step into their classrooms feeling confident, not anxious about their supplies. The team contacted both districts, excited to learn about their unique needs. The schools were able to provide a wish list of school supplies needed for these kids to be successful in the upcoming school year. The Subaru Temecula received help from customers, staff, and vendors to collect these backpacks for these kids. The retailer displayed backpack donation boxes in the showroom, which quickly filled up. Finally, the day arrived when the Hello Subaru team met with the Assistant League of Temecula to deliver the backpacks and school supplies together to the school districts. Hello Subaru's dedication had paid off in ways beyond measure. With over 500 backpacks donated, their goal was achieved. Hello Subaru of Temecula's mission is to continue to shape young minds' future, one backpack at a time.

Serving Those Who Served

Hello Subaru of Temecula partnered with Veterans Village of San Diego for the annual Stand Down event. For three impactful days, Stand Down brought together an encampment, and its goal is to guide veterans towards services that could rapidly dismantle barriers in their lives. Veterans were provided; three meals daily, hygiene items, haircuts, clothing/shoes, medical, legal, mental health, veterinary services, and substance use concerns. Hello Subaru's generously donated over 5,000 dollars and contributed their time through volunteer efforts. Hello Subaru staff helped the veterans by assisting them in choosing clothing, shoes, and socks. They also had Hello volunteers at the security booths to ensure a smooth check-in process. The staff expressed how they loved this event and had the opportunity to interact with the veterans to hear their stories. Through the eyes and words of the veterans, the true impact of Stand Down became evident. So many Testimonies were shared on how the encampment is making a difference by helping bring the community together to help our heros, who have done so much for our country. The event provided them with resources and a sense of belonging and purpose. Many of the veterans felt seen. Stand Down was a collective effort in support, volunteers, donations, and partnerships. The event was a huge success in touching the lives of 564 veterans, family members, 40 children, and 30 pets. Each day, 1,500 meals and other critical services were served to restore dignity and stability to the veterans in need. Veteran’s Stand Down was a testament to what is possible when a community unites for a common cause.

Providing Warmth and Hope to the Local Hospital

Hello Subaru of Temecula is a place where it's more than just a place to buy cars; it was a hub of compassion and kindness for the community it served. Inspired by the Subaru Loves to Care® initiative, Hello Subaru partnered with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society® (LLS) to make a difference in the lives of cancer patients. LLS connected Hello Subaru of Temecula with a local hospital called Loma Linda University Medical Center. Hello Subaru has connected with LLS and Loma Linda in the past and has built such an excellent relationship for the past five years. The team at Hello Subaru was dedicated to giving back to the community and ensuring that every cancer patient felt supported throughout their challenging journey. Hello Subaru displayed information about LLS and Subaru Loves to Care® in their showroom. They invited customers and community members to participate by writing messages of hope on blank hearts, which would be given to cancer patients along with blankets and kits. They wrote touching messages of hope, knowing their words would comfort the brave patients at Loma Linda. "You are not alone," "Your strength inspires us all," and "Sending you love and healing" were just a few of the heartfelt messages etched on the blank hearts. Loma Linda was equally excited to highlight Subaru Loves to Care® and its impact on their hospital. They hosted a special event to celebrate this beautiful partnership. During the event, they gave the Hello Subaru staff a hospital tour, sharing how Loma Linda University Medical Center provided invaluable resources and support to cancer patients: over 80 blankets and ten patient care kits. Hello Subaru has donated over 400 blankets and 50 patient care kits in the past five years. The hospital staff expressed gratitude for their partnership and the donated blankets and kits, knowing that these simple gestures provided much-needed warmth and relief to those facing cancer. Subaru's commitment to helping cancer patients didn't stop at Hello Subaru and Loma Linda, dealerships from all over America are the largest donor to LLS, and their support reached nearly 300,000 cancer patients nationwide. This was a testament to the power of collaboration between a caring community and a dedicated corporation. Throughout the partnership, Hello Subaru and Loma Linda continued to work hand in hand, spreading love, hope, and support to those who needed it most. The blankets, infused with warmth and compassion, became symbols of a community united in its efforts against cancer. In honor of Subaru Loves to Care® and their unyielding commitment to the fight against leukemia and lymphoma, Hello Subaru's compassion towards the community helps strengthen the unity and hope these patients need.

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Customer Appreciation Event

Hello Subaru of Temecula hosted their second annual Customer Appreciation. The staff members welcomed the customers with warm smiles. Vince Spaghetti Express provided a delicious lunch. Customers, including the technicians and service advisors, interacted with the Hello Subaru team throughout the event. The techs happily answered questions, provided valuable insights about Subaru vehicles, and showcased some of the latest features and technologies. Helping the customers build a stronger connection with their cars. Customers and staff shared stories and experiences while forging new friendships. The sense of community and appreciation was evident, and everyone felt like part of the extended Hello Subaru family. They had a raffle, and customers participated to win a backpack cooler filled with Subaru merchandise and goodies. The names were drawn, and lucky winners walked away with their prizes, proud to represent their favorite automotive brand. Customers left their hearts full of joy, feeling valued and cherished by the Hello Subaru team. The second annual Customer Appreciation event was a resounding success, strengthening the dealership's and its customers' bond. Hello Subaru was proud to have shown their gratitude and love for their customers, and they looked forward to continuing this tradition for many years. And so, Hello Subaru of Temecula's second annual Customer Appreciation event, showing value and acknowledging those who make the dealership's success possible - their beloved customers.

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Helping Techs at Hello Subaru of Temecula

My name is Eddie, and I am a Service Technician at Hello Subaru of Temecula. I recently went through a challenging situation with my 2012 STI hatchback as it spun a bearing unexpectedly. At that time, I had just bought a house, and just a month later, my wife and I welcomed our first child into the world. I was unsure how I could afford the repairs with the engine failure. Selling the car seemed like the only option, although it held significant sentimental value to me. The STI was not just any car to me; it symbolized personal achievement. Growing up in poverty, I dreamed of owning a car like the STI. When I finally managed to buy it, it was a significant milestone in my life. My mother was proud of me for accomplishing this dream, and it held immense sentimental value for my entire family. When I shared the devastating news about my car with Magaly, the General Manager, and Joe, the VP of Operations at Hello Subaru of Temecula, I had no idea what could be done. But to my surprise, they went above and beyond to help me. Magaly managed to secure the necessary parts for the repairs, and she did something truly extraordinary. She allowed me to work on my car between other service appointments, relieving me of the burden of labor costs. I cannot express how grateful I am for the support and assistance I received from Hello Subaru. Not only did they help me fix my vehicle, but they also provided tremendous assets to my family. They understood the significance of the car in my life and went out of their way to ensure that I didn't have to part with it. Hello Subaru of Temecula, especially Magaly, Joe, and my Service Manager demonstrated exceptional kindness and understanding. They not only helped me with my car but also played a part in preserving the pride and joy my family and I had in that vehicle. I hope they understand their generosity's profound impact on me and my loved ones. Thank you, Hello Subaru of Temecula, for going the extra mile and showing that you genuinely care about your employees. You didn't just fix a car; you restored a piece of my life, dreams, and family's happiness. I will forever be grateful for your incredible support when I needed it the most.

Blankets for Cancer Patients

In honor of Subaru Loves to Care®, Hello Subaru of Temecula, met with leadership and administration of Loma Linda University Medical Center-- Murrieta Cancer Program providing blankets and cards of encouragement for cancer patients. Traditionally these have been excellent gifts for any type of cancer patient situation because they often represent warmth and comfort during a distressing time. These gifts have been an incredible blessing to those served by the Loma Linda Murrieta Cancer Program over the past few years. Whether handing blankets to patients in the chilly waiting room before radiation therapy or to newly diagnosed cancer patients waiting to hear about the next steps in their treatment plans; these blankets have signified warmth, comfort, and something tangible that can be gripped in time of distress. Additionally, the words of encouragement handwritten by Subaru customers have provided strength and support to cancer patients attending support groups, cancer screening and prevention events, and those seeking care at Loma Linda University Medical Center-- Murrieta. It is truly and honor to partner with Hello Subaru of Temecula to bestow these tangible gifts to cancer patients in this community.

Putting Solar Panels on Non-Profits

In honor of Subaru Loves the Earth®, Hello Subaru of Temecula, met with Madeleine Seneor, the mother of the founders of Everybody Solar. Everybody Solar's focus is to bring solar energy to nonprofits by offsetting 100% of the installation costs for the nonprofit. They worked directly with industry experts to research local regulations, contact and evaluate solar installers, establish long-term partnerships with manufacturers, and provide technical support to the nonprofits to make the installations come to life. With the help of this organization, nonprofits are able to save thousands of dollars on electricity costs, which they could invest directly into their missions. They could feed more children, provide more counseling, support more shelters, or start more movements. By using the power of the sun, Everybody Solar is helping local communities thrive. Madeleine is the longest-serving volunteer. As Madeleine arrived at the dealership, she was greeted by the friendly staff at Hello Subaru. Madeleine shared her experiences of volunteering with Everybody Solar, how proud she is of her daughter and son who started Everybody Solar and how the organization had grown over the years. The Hello Subaru team presented a $2,500 check to them to continue the great work they do for our world. Madeleine was delighted by their generosity and thanked them on behalf of the organization. Madeleine left the dealership feeling grateful for the opportunity to share her passion for their mission, and excited for their new partnership with Hello. Thanks to the generosity of Hello Subaru and other supporters, they are able to continue their important work and make a real difference in the lives of those who need it most.

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Assisting Our Community by Sharing the Love

Hello Subaru of Temecula has been a long-time partner of the Assistance League of Temecula. Over the years, Hello Subaru has donated over $200,000 to them and they are committed to continuing their support. The staff of Hello Subaru received an invitation from the Assistance League to attend a special event in the backyard of one of the board members. As they arrived at the event, they were warmly greeted by the friendly staff, with a beautiful floral lei. The backyard was decorated with a Hawaiian luau theme, complete with a pool and a relaxing atmosphere. The staff of Hello Subaru was amazed by the effort put into making the event beautiful and inviting. As the event started, the staff of Hello Subaru presented a check of over $25,000 to the Assistance League as part of the Subaru Share the Love® Event. Everyone was overjoyed with the donation and expressed their gratitude to Hello Subaru for their ongoing partnership. The board members of the Assistance League shared their mission with the staff of Hello Subaru. They explained how their organization was dedicated to transforming lives and strengthening the communities through philanthropic programs in Southwest Riverside County. They also shared how their philanthropic programs were funded entirely through grants, fundraising events, contributions from the community, and sales from their thrift shop. The staff of Hello Subaru was impressed by the dedication of the Assistance League's member volunteers, who cheerfully gave their time to serve and fund their philanthropic programs. They also learned that all revenue generated from the thrift shop was returned to the local communities they served. As the staff of Hello Subaru left the event, feeling happy to be a part of a movement that was dedicated to making a positive impact on the local communities. They knew that their ongoing partnership with the Assistance League would continue to make a difference for years to come.

Bark in the Park

Hello Subaru of Temecula showed their support at the Bark in the Park event hosted by Fallbrook Dog Park by a group of passionate dog lovers who came together to organize a fundraising event to continue supporting their local off-leash dog park. The park has been a sanctuary for dogs and their owners for years. The group has reached out to Subaru of Temecula every year since they are well-known supporters of animals, and Hello was honored to sponsor the event once again as the Platinum Sponsor. The park was filled with a lot of fun on the event day. Hello Subaru of Temecula booth was a hub of activity showcasing a Subaru Solterra and handing out merchandise to help raise money for the cause. They had food vendors, kids were busy making crafts, and dogs showed off their skills in various contests, including cutest puppy and best tail wag. As the day went on, the excitement grew as the silent auction items were displayed, ranging from gift baskets to other great prizes. Attendees could bid on their favorite things, knowing the proceeds were going to a good cause. The raffle was a hit, with people purchasing tickets for the chance to win amazing prizes, such as gift certificates to the local pet shop and pet supplies. Ultimately, the event was a huge success, with over $9,000 raised for the off-leash dog park. The Subaru of Temecula team was thrilled to have been a part of such a worthwhile cause and to have seen the community come together to support their furry friends. The dog park underwent much-needed improvements, and local dogs and their owners could continue to enjoy the space for years. Hello Subaru is happy knowing they can help make a difference in our pet's life by partnering and supporting a great cause.

Temecula Loves to Help

Hello Subaru of Temecula wanted to give back to the community in a meaningful way in connection with Subaru Loves to Help®. The Hello Subaru team donated socks and toiletry kits to their local homeless shelter called Community Mission of Hope. They knew the homeless often needed these items but didn't always have access to them. The staff got together to gather as many socks as possible. They donated new socks in various sizes, and the Subaru Ambassador helped contribute and put together toiletry kits with items like soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, hand sanitizers. Once they had everything together, they drove to the homeless shelter to donate. The shelter workers were thrilled to receive the donation, as they knew how much the homeless population needed these items. The Hello team felt proud to have made a difference in their community. They knew that their donation would help those in need, and they looked forward to doing more to help those less fortunate in the future. Hello Subaru is proud to be giving back and consistently trying to find a way to help others.

Wellness Day in Temecula

The staff at Hello Subaru of Temecula was proud to host their first Wellness Day Event in partnership with Michelle’s Place Cancer Resource Center. On February 16th, the Hello team gave back to the local community of cancer patients by giving them a day of wellness and pampering. In the United States alone, over 5% percent of people will experience cancer during their lifetime. For most individuals living with cancer, they go through changes such as hair loss, skin changes, and more, due to drastic life changes, radiation, and chemotherapy. Michelle’s Place is a non-profit cancer resource center located in the Temecula Valley that gives resources to families dealing with cancer such as support groups, wigs, therapies and more. By partnering with Michelle’s place and with the help of a local Temecula Spa, the Hello team was able to provide over 40 cancer patients with their choice of a massage or mani/pedi. This gave these cancer patients the opportunity to feel beautiful in their own skin and have a day to feel refreshed and forget about the hardships they may be facing. The spa also provided each of the participants with an all-day pass giving them access to amenities such as the steam room, sauna, and beverages, so they can have a complete day of relaxation. The Hello team received many testimonies and tears from many of the participants on how this day helped them forget that they are a cancer patient, a mom, a wife, daughter and gave them the opportunity to just be themselves, have fun, and while spending time with others who became family during their journey and are going through similar life stories. At the end, the Hello team also provided the participants with a gift box full of relaxing goodies such as a candle, bath bomb, and more. Being able to support the local community and people who need a day of wellness warms the hearts of the Hello team and they are so grateful to be able to give back to those who need it.

Spark of Love Toy Drive

The team at Hello Subaru of Temecula are overjoyed about how successful the Spark of Love Toy Drive went this year. Southern California firefighters are celebrating the 30th year of the spark of Love Toy Drive. Such a great organization the local Fire Department and ABC7 have organized together and Hello Subaru is honored to be a part of it. Subaru Team help collect over 200 unwrapped presents. This is their favorite project each year, to be able to give kids a smile on their face like they have never had before with a gift is priceless. It’s important because in today’s age, not every child gets presents for Christmas. Our community serves hundreds of families through different toy drives. They help parents and grandparents by removing that stress of not being able to give presents this year changes through the help of toy drives, that is rewarding enough for the Hello team. Hello Subaru of Temecula greatly appreciates everyone support over the years to continue to give back and looks forward to continuing to grow their relationship with the community.

Kurt Caselli Foundation Ride Day

Last Saturday, December 3, 2022, Hello Subaru of Temecula was part of the annual Kurt Caselli Foundation ride day in Pala, CA. Subaru as a brand and company has a very strong presence in the Off-Road community. Everyone at the event was happy to see Hello Subaru of Temecula there showing their support! The general manager, Magaly Rivera, met so many people who currently owned a Subaru! It’s been 9 years since Kurt Caselli passed away, on November 15th, 2013, in Pala, CA. Kurt was a WORCS Championship and was called "Captain America" for his role in encouraging and promoting his teammates. He left this world doing what he loved: racing off-road. And those in the racing world are grateful such a man didn’t go out any other way. The Kurt Caselli Foundation was established in 2013. The focus of the foundation is the safety of riders and racers in the off-road motorcycle industry. While we all understand the inherent elements of danger in this industry, they aim to help minimize this danger to the best of their ability. The foundation has a three-part mission that encompasses safety precautions for riders before, during, and after a racing career. The foundation has grown and has been able to help protect and support the lives of Off-Road Riders all over the nation through various safety initiatives and educational scholarships. Hello Subaru team is honored to be a part of supporting this ongoing great organization. They truly have a passion to help others. It starts with our community then it expands to the world.

Winston's Journey

Winston, an American Bulldog came into Animal Friends of the Valleys a non-profit animal shelter located in southwest riverside County, California in late February of 2022. He was a very disabled dog with hip dysplasia, knee problems and excessive thirst. AFV nurtured him as best they could. After a few weeks at the shelter, staff reached out to all fosters to see who could take him in until enough money was raised for surgeries. He was able to get around but needed the surgeries to help him thrive. Rocky Kanaka a animal foster stepped in to help Winston. He is an animal influencer and has over 1 million online followers. He was able to raise enough money for both surgeries and was able to keep him during his recuperation period. Rocky along with the shelter were able to help Winston find a loving and forever home this past October. This was during the Share the Love Campaign with Subaru and the ASPCA. Hello Temecula Subaru is the local Subaru dealership that help Fund Winston's care. Please see the pictures and video below. Animal Friends of the Valleys appreciates the support from the Share the Love program. this is just one story . During the month of October we found loving and forever homes for 200 dogs and 179 cats. We rely on community support and foundations such as the ASPCA.

Assistance League

Thank you to Hello Subaru of Temecula for joining hands with the Assistance League. This year was the first time I have participated in the shopping event and was extremely impressed with it. Because of their generosity we were able to go back to school shopping with my two kids and was also able to purchase of a brand new homecoming dress for my daughter. It was such a blessing being able to purchase basic needs for the kids and was a huge weight off a newly single mom's shoulders. Thank you again to HELLO SUBARU of Temecula!

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2022 Backpack Drive - Hello Loves Learning

The staff at Hello Subaru of Temecula was able to give back to their local students at Temecula Valley School District in Temecula by hosting a backpack drive at their dealership location. Within the school district, there are a large number of foster care children and lower income families. Hello Subaru of Temecula was able to help donate items that will be distributed to students in August for the 2022/2023 school year. 200 backpacks, 100 water bottles and tote bags were donated directly from the staff. Over 10 staff members volunteered to help deliver them to the school district. Supporting our community and students is what Subaru Loves Learning is all about. Hello Subaru of Temecula strives to give back in every way possible and can't wait to continue to give back to our community for many years to come.

Subaru Loves to Care at Loma Linda University Hospital in Murrieta

On July 12, in partnership with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Hello Subaru of Temecula donated 80 plush blankets and 25 arts & crafts kits to Loma Linda University Hospital in Murrieta. Hello Subaru's General Manager, Magally Rivera, shared her personal connection to the mission and Subaru's dedication for supporting local cancer patients. Loma Linda University Medical Center – Murrieta opened its doors in 2011 and currently hosts 106 beds in its faith-based, non-profit acute care hospital. This location is owned and operated by Loma Linda University Health (LLUH), which treats more than 1.5 million outpatients every year and serves as the only Level I trauma center for a region that covers more than 25 percent of the state of California. Hello Subaru of Temecula is one of the many Subaru retailers nationwide participating in the Subaru Loves to Care program. This program has allowed Subaru retailers across the nation to donate over 230,000 blankets and 31,000 arts and crafts kits, along with care, hope, and information about cancer support available through the LLS. This is the seventh year in a row that LLS has been selected by Subaru of America to carry out their Subaru Loves to Care program across the nation.

Sharing the Love Together

Assistance League of Temecula Valley is extremely grateful for the very generous support of Hello Subaru of Temecula. Your donation from the Share the Love campaign will enable Assistance League to clothe hundreds of identified low-income children through our Operation School Bell® philanthropic program with $125 worth of brand-new school clothes and shoes from our local Target and Kohl’s stores. The children attend dedicated evening “dressing events” with their parents and choose school appropriate clothing. The parents are very grateful, and many tell us that these are the first new pieces of clothing their child has ever had; they always wore hand-me-downs from older siblings, family friends or cousins. The smiles and joy on the faces of the children and their families as they leave the store with their bags of new clothing, is etched in the hearts of everyone who helps at the dressings. We could not do what we do without the assistance of Hello Subaru. Your support not only clothes the children, but it enhances their self-esteem, encourages regular school attendance and thus, promotes learning. In this way the impact of your generosity spreads throughout the child’s academic career and has a positive impact on the child’s family. The corporate cultures of Hello Subaru and Assistance League of Temecula Valley align in many ways. We both believe in helping our community, not just through donations but also by actions. We both share a passion for volunteering, and we look forward to seeing Hello Subaru’s employees, management, and staff at the dressings each year, thus setting an example of positive actions and commitment to our community. We love that our relationship with Subaru is long term; we have been partners in serving the greater Temecula area since 2007, and your support during this past decade and a half has had a tremendous impact on thousands of lives in our area. The children who step into the classroom neatly dressed because of your partnership, are more self-confident and are ready to learn. Through your generosity, you have helped set them up for success as a student, as a member of their school community, and in the future, as a contributing member of society. Thank you, Hello Subaru, for your continued support in partnering with Assistance League of Temecula Valley, and for your unwavering commitment to our community. Mary Murphy, President Assistance League of Temecula Valley

2022 Bark in the Park

Hello Subaru of Temecula's sponsorship and support was a key factor in achieving our goal to provide annual maintenance for our off leash area at Live Oak Park, which is enjoyed by many citizens and dogs alike. Fallbrook is an unincorporated area so we do not have a city to support our dog park and it is up to our local citizens to be responsible for $25.08 per day (or over $9,000 per year) to the County of San Diego Rec. and Park Dept. for operation and maintenance costs annually to keep our off leash area open throughout the year. Hello Subaru of Temecula has assisted us in reaching our goal again this year! They bring so much to our event. This year Hello Subaru had two vehicles on display for the public to view as well as their Subaru camping trailer parked at the booth. Kevin Ohler, Director of Marketing, has always been a pleasure and very easy to work with on our events. We hope to work with Kevin in the future! It is because of Hello's generosity, participation, and enthusiasm that we are able to provide a quality event that continues to grow and help maintain our DOG PARK! Subaru certainly does Love Pets! We thank and appreciate you so much! Sincerely, Anne Richter, Bark in the Park 2022 Co-chair The Fallbrook Dog Park Committee has established a 501(c)3 non-profit with our tax ID #85-3938926.

Building a Playground

Dear Subaru Partners: Thank you for your generosity, commitment, and enthusiasm in supporting families and children battling domestic violence. You have stood with us to build a playground for our residential shelter, but your support and donations has accomplished so much more. Playgrounds provide an outlet and healing tool uniquely designed to confront the specific traumas of children exposed to violence. Play is proven to be therapeutic for children who are emotionally distressed from traumatic situations like child abuse, family disruptions and/or the experience of natural disaster or war. Studies show that when playing, children can release emotions and “play out” their traumas so they can share feelings freely. A playground, especially in our environment , offers countless benefits that improve quality of life for children now and for the rest of their lives. Your dealership's role in this healing process is a coveted privilege. On behalf of every client who may take refuge on our grounds, Alternatives to Domestic Violence thanks you. Your generosity has created a partnership in healing and support that will change our community for the better. Alternatives to Domestic Violence has a corporate mission to supporting these families, and supportive efforts like yours ensures that we can be as effective as possible. Your partnership in this effort is much appreciated.

Assistance League of Temecula "Share the "Love"

Since 2007, Temecula Subaru and Assistance League of Temecula Valley have partnered with Subaru of Temecula and have made a tremendous impact on thousands of at-risk families in Southwest Riverside County. Our philanthropic programs benefit local children and families in the Temecula Valley and surrounding areas. During the past years, Temecula Subaru, with the help of loyal customers, have donated over $214,250. That is absolutely INCREDIBLE. We are so, so, so very excited and extremely appreciative of that support. We are a nonprofit service organization of volunteers committed to identifying and serving the needs of the Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee, Lake Elsinore, Wildomar and Romoland communities through five philanthropic programs developed and administered by its members. Operation School Bell, its main philanthropic program, identifies low-income school children (K-12) in the five school districts within their service area. Students have the opportunity to shop in the same retail environment as their peers and are allowed to choose their school appropriate clothing and shoes. To quote a young student who was leaving the department store with his bag full of new clothes and shoes, “This is the best day of my life!” This is a perfect example of how businesses and volunteers can work together to provide for those in need! Assistance League of Temecula Valley is very grateful to be among the recipients of this campaign. Electra Demos Assistance League Past President/Community Ambassador.

Sugar Finds a Home Animal Friends of the Valleys

“This is Sugar, a 4-year-old American Bully female who stole the hearts of everyone here at the Animal Friends of the Valleys shelter in October 2021! Due to her breed, as well as her very strong physique and facial scars, we felt Sugar was definitely an "underdog" as she intimidated people at first glance. Bully breeds are often some of the most difficult to adopt out due to the stigma attached to their names. Sugar, on the other hand, defied all stereotypes. The opposite of a “bully,” a sweetheart with a gentle loving soul, Sugar was always so happy to meet new people and animals alike. Finally, after spending weeks at our shelter, she was adopted out only days after we made a post on her! We are always so ecstatic to see our underdogs get the love and second chances they deserve.” A special thank you to Hello Subaru of Temecula, the ASPCA and the Subaru Loves Pets Progam. It has been a pleasure working with you over the last several years. Beth SoltysiakDirector of DevelopmentAnimal Friends of the Valleys

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