We go the extra mile!
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.
On what was the coldest day of the year to date, SeniorsPlus, Western Maine’s designated agency on aging, collaborated with nearby Evergreen Subaru as part of the national Subaru Share the Love program. The two organizations held the “Share the Love Food Drive” on Friday, December 16 from 9 am to 3 pm at Evergreen Subaru at 774 Center Street in Auburn, Maine. Almost 300 pounds of food was collected on what turned out to be one of the coldest days to date this fall/winter. Foods gathered at the food drive are being used by Meals on Wheels at SeniorsPlus to create emergency food packs of non-perishable foods for distribution to individuals in need. People who wished to contribute food to the campaign dropped off non-perishable items at Evergreen Subaru. To catch the eyes of passersby during the food drive, a SeniorsPlus banner was placed in front of the Subaru dealership, as was a Meals on Wheels van decorated with a large red bow. Emergency Food Packs enable SeniorsPlus to divert a crisis hunger situation while longer-term solutions are found. Evergreen Subaru helped to get the word out about the food drive, including hyping the event on social media. Evergreen employees assisted mightily with food collection that chilly day. Through its Meals on Wheels program, SeniorsPlus serves more than 100,000 meals annually to 800 individuals, many of whom live in remote, rural areas. Maine being the “oldest state in the country” so keeping up with MOW demand is challenging.
Evergreen Subaru in Auburn, Maine has been very generous to Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine, particularly its Auburn/Lewiston Clubhouse! The Clubs were named Evergreen Subaru's 2015 Share the Love hometown charity and received $25,000 in Spring 2016 to support the purchase of a second 12-passenger van at the Clubhouse. In addition, Evergreen Subaru hosted job-shadowing days for our Club members to get a sense of all the departments at Evergreen. Since then, Evergreen Subaru continues to be very charitable to its local Boys & Girls Club! Evergreen helped furnish the Teen Center with gently used couches and love seats, and is helping to find the perfect van for the Clubhouse's transportation program. Overall, Evergreen Subaru has helped transform BGCSM's Auburn/Lewiston Clubhouse to serve more members, more often, with greater impact in the Lewiston/Auburn community.
Evergreen Subaru in Auburn, Maine has made a very generous donation to our service. Lisbon Emergency is a non-profit organization providing emergency medical care to the residents of Lisbon, Maine and surrounding communities. Evergreen Subaru has made is possible for our service to purchase a new pediatric jump kit. This jump kit will save us valuable time when treating children in an emergency setting. Everyone at Lisbon Emergency thanks Evergreen Subaru for all they do and for giving back to the community.
When you think of a school supply drive, your mind automatically thinks about pens, pencils, paper, notebooks, binders, etc. I bet you didn't consider deodorant, toothbrushes, snacks, and gently used sneakers. Well, Lynn Weisz and the staff at Evergreen Subaru were willing to think outside of the box this fall for their "Adopt a Classroom" campaign. Our school is made up of more than 50% of free and reduced lunch students, which means that more than half of our student population lives in poverty. Of course pencils and paper help children learn, but how can we expect them to learn when their basic needs have not been met? Our school has the "Green Closet". We stock this space with hygiene products, food, gently used clothing and footwear, and winter attire so we can meet the needs of our students and their families. There are SO many students who access these items, whether they come hungry to school, arrive wet from the rain, have hygiene needs, have holes in their sneakers, or so many other reasons. The Evergreen Subaru staff and their customers helped us stock our shelves to prepare for the year ahead. We are SO fortunate to have a business in our community who will work with us and support us to meet our children's needs. We can't thank them enough!