We've been nationally recognized for our dedication to our customers, our community, and the Subaru Love Promise.
We're honored to receive the 2022 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 Stuckey 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.
Dear Subaru, I’m so thrilled, I can hardly contain myself! Thanks to Stuckey Subaru’s adoption event I’m getting a home! I remember it was Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022 when my new mom and sister came in to visit with me at the Subaru Loves Pets adoption event for the Central PA Humane Society. They said it was love at first sight and I couldn’t agree more! My name is Paul by the way. That’s me at the event with Kristina Daversa, the shelter volunteer in the picture attached. I was in medical care at the Central PA Humane Society for about four weeks after my owner passed away. My 12 brothers and sisters and myself were left in one room for days without food or water when he passed! Most of us were stuck in a crate with no way to relieve ourselves; we were covered in feces and urine. I usually hate a bath, but it felt so good to get a bubble bath after that. My one brother, Dylan tested positive for the Parvovirus which shut the shelter down for two weeks. Thank goodness we’re all ok though. All of us were sad about losing our dad but were also worried as to what was going to happen to us. One by one I was saying goodbye to my family as they left for their new home. I was happy for them but grew more scared as the days went on. There were two of us at the event, Mike and me. Mike also found a family to call his own too! We were high pawing each other in excitement! I knew I hit it big when I read the letter my little sister wrote me while she was waiting to see if I was her new brother for sure. You’ve got to read it attached! The shelter took great care of us and showed us love every day, but it wasn’t home! Thanks to Stuckey Subaru and the Subaru Loves Pets month the CPHS is going to receive $100 for every animal adopted in the month of October up to $3,100. Mike and I will make 31! I feel with our adoption it’s a win/win! We will be able to help aid the animals after us with the same great care we’ve had, and we have a new home! Many Tail Wags in Thanks Subaru, Paul
I just want to take a few minutes to thank everyone at Stuckey Subaru for its generous sponsorship of the Blair County Arts Foundation's Family Theatre at the Mishler series. This important educational initiative serves between 10 and 15,000 elementary-aged students annually from Blair and the five contiguous counties of Bedford, Cambria, Centre, Clearfield and Huntingdon. Although these programs certainly entertain young audiences, they also impart valuable life's lessons on coping with bullying; promoting kindness and family values; and enhancing self esteem. None of this would be possible were it not for our community partners in the ARTS and Stuckey Subaru has been standing at the front of the class when it comes to partners. For as many years as we can remember...starting with Lori and John, and now with Tiffany and Matt, the Stuckey family has been financially supporting these programs. They have enabled the Arts Foundation to maintain the quality of the Family Theatre productions offered...at a ticket pricing that is affordable to most! These live theatrical programs for children are an essential component of a vibrant arts community. Stuckey Subaru's long-standing partnership and generosity of spirit have helped to sustain the outstanding quality of life in Blair County and we are all sincerely grateful for the friendship and support!"
The Altoona Symphony Orchestra has been presenting music to our community and the surrounding areas for 94 seasons, and we are proud that Stuckey Subaru has been a part of that history for many years. Stuckey Subaru has helped make our mission of bringing music into the community come to life through support of our concerts, educational, and outreach initiatives. The love that people have for music undoubtedly begins at a young age, and Stuckey Subaru knows this. Music betters the lives of all people, but especially our kids. Stuckey Subaru's partnership allows us to share our music with students throughout our community. Thank you so much, Stuckey Subaru!
Dear Subaru, Thanks to you and our local Stuckey Subaru dealership my wish is going to come true this Christmas! I wish all of my friends at the Central PA Humane Society (CPHS) could find a great home just like me. Until then may they be warm, fed, and medically cared for at the CPHS. Did you know it takes over $900,000 a year for them to do that? My name is Rue by the way, and this was my only want this holiday season. I spent time at the shelter earlier this year after being found as a stray in the woods. I was abandoned, hungry, and starting to feel weaker with each passing day. Finally, I was found and taken to CPHS to be medically treated and to await my new beginning. Upon arrival, the kind individuals cut my harness off that was way too small for my body. It was embedded into my fur and caused a deep laceration in my chest cavity that became infected. (Pic A) I still seem to have trouble barking. Yes I’m a dog that can’t bark! The veterinarian and individuals at the shelter that cared for me were so kind. After weeks of being on a medical hold and healing nicely, I was ready to find my forever home. I was definitely a bit scared and apprehensive but knew deep down I deserved a loving, warm home! Soon enough, I was introduced to my new mom through your help! Turns out, she had read about me on social media and that I was going to be at the Subaru Loves Pets event at Stuckey Subaru. She had read my background and knew she’d have to be patient with me because of my story. However, with some much-needed time to adjust, nothing makes me happier than walks, belly rubs, or sitting up in my bed watching TV at night. (Pic B) Oh! I can’t forget car rides! I love them too! (Pic C) There’s really nothing I don’t like anymore, I’m just a happy girl. My mom told me your slogan is so true. Love really is Worth Waiting For! She also told me that with my adoption Subaru was going to donate $100 to the CPHS, or $100 per adoption per day for up to $3,100 in the month of October 2021. I heard the shelter medicates, feeds, and cares for between 1600-1700 animals per year. Their medical bills are over $365,000 a year! $3,100 can buy a lot of medicine for my friends awaiting their Happy Ever After Home! I can’t say thank you enough for helping them. Many Tail Wags in Thanks Again, and Merry Christmas! Love Your Friend, Rue
Dear Subaru, Thanks to you and our local Stuckey Subaru dealership my wish is going to come true this Christmas! I wish all of my friends at the Central PA Humane Society (CPHS) could find a great home just like me. Until then may they be warm, fed, and medically cared for at the CPHS. Did you know it takes over $900,000 a year for them to do that? My name is Rue by the way, and this was my only want this holiday season. I spent time at the shelter earlier this year after being found as a stray in the woods. I was abandoned, hungry, and starting to feel weaker with each passing day. Finally, I was found and taken to CPHS to be medically treated and to await my new beginning. Upon arrival, the kind individuals cut my harness off that was way too small for my body. It was embedded into my fur and caused a deep laceration in my chest cavity that became infected. (Pic A) I still seem to have trouble barking. Yes, I’m a dog that can’t bark! The veterinarian and individuals at the shelter that cared for me were so kind. After weeks of being on a medical hold and healing nicely, I was ready to find my forever home. I was definitely a bit scared and apprehensive but knew deep down I deserved a loving, warm home! Soon enough, I was introduced to my new mom through your help! Turns out, she had read about me on social media and that I was going to be at the Subaru Loves Pets event at Stuckey Subaru. She had read my background and knew she’d have to be patient with me because of my story. However, with some much-needed time to adjust, nothing makes me happier than walks, belly rubs, or sitting up in my bed watching TV at night. (Pic B) Oh! I can’t forget car rides! (Pic C) I love them too! There’s really nothing I don’t like anymore, I’m just a happy girl. My mom told me your slogan is so true. Love really is worth waiting for! She also told me that with my adoption Subaru was going to donate $100 to the CPHS, or $100 per adoption per day for up to $3,100 in the month of October 2021. I heard the shelter medicates, feeds, and cares for between 1600-1700 animals per year. Their medical bills are over $365,000 a year! $3,100 can buy a lot of medicine for my friends awaiting their Happy Ever After Home! I can’t say thank you enough for helping them. .Many Tail Wags in Thanks Again, and Merry Christmas! Love Your Friend, Rue
DelGrosso’s Park has a simple mission statement. Our goal is to provide high-quality food and entertainment in a clean, safe, and friendly environment, at a fair price. By teaming up with area businesses as sponsors of our park, we are living true to the mission that was set 74 years ago. Stuckey Subaru joined forces with us for the 2021 season as a sponsor of our premier event - Summer Thunder. This free fireworks spectacular has become a staple of summer fun and family memories in Central PA. The theme for this year’s show was “A Thank You to those who Kept America Going during the Covid Pandemic.” At DelGrosso’s Park, we love teaming up with businesses who value and understand the importance of giving back to our community and Stuckey Subaru does just that. Each summer at the park we host of number of community events. With help from our sponsors, guests, and the DelGrosso Family, we are proud to support these many non-profit groups in helping to fight cancer, supporting local law enforcement, supplying needed items to our furry friends, and many others. Stuckey Subaru’s partnership allows us to keep providing affordable family fun, while also working to make our community better.
ABOVE and BEYOND that's what Stuckey's has done for my charity events. They have been the main sponsor for OFFICE MADNESS that benefits the GIORGIO FOUNDATION even putting a few teams in to play. They have also sponsored my golf outing for RONALD McDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES and put a few teams in. Also being a sponsor for my BACON N BOURBON FEST that goes toward ROOMS FOR RONALD. All of these events are close to my heart. With out their support some of these event wouldn't go on. That is why they GO ABOVE and BEYOND for charity events like mine. THANK YOU ALL TIMMY C
Stuckey Subaru is a continuous sponsor of our fundraising event for local cancer patients, Suzapalooza. Thanks to the support of Stuckey Subaru, we have been able to provide support and funds each year to someone who is fighting the biggest battle of their life. We are in our 12th year of holding the event and have been able to donate over $100,000 to our beneficiaries. Stuckey Subaru's participation in our recent events has helped us to go above and beyond for community! Thank you for your dedication to our event!
The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank has seen an outpouring of support from the community that has been incredible. Thousands of generous individuals and companies have helped to Give Hope Now, but our work is far from over. The Food Bank has seen demand for food assistance increase more than 40% in the past year and expects demand to remain at these high levels for the next two years. With a “strong front” to combat hunger, the Food Bank and its more than 1,000 partner agencies and programs provided over 50 million meals this past year. But community support is what gets the job done - volunteering, donating and raising awareness all contribute to addressing food insecurity across Pennsylvania. Thank you Stuckey Subaru for your generous donation of 125,930 meals to the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank. Together, we can end hunger. https://www.centralpafoodbank.org/
The story and mission of the Blair Regional YMCA is For Youth Development, For Healthy Living, For Social Responsibility, it is a story that the Stuckey Subaru Family makes possible for our mission to thrive. The support we get from the Stuckey ownership, staff and support team along with that of Subaru allows the YMCA and our Community Wellness Challenge Series to provide our participants an opportunity to get healthy in both body, mind and spirit. The numerous years that Stuckey Subaru has been by our side as our partner, in not only the race series, but in all ways, is an amazing example of Stuckey Subaru leading by example and showing other businesses in the area that "service above self" is a goal for all.
For ten years, Allegheny Trailrunners has had a valued partnership with Stuckey Subaru. Allegheny Trailrunners is a running club open to all those who love the adventurous outdoors by organizing a series of trail races and group runs for all abilities, and advocating for trail development throughout the Alleghenies. The partnership has been so strong because Allegheny Trailrunners and Stuckey Subaru both share the same values and love for our region, its people, and its many resources. Not only does Stuckey Subaru's support help provide our races, but at the end of the year Allegheny Trailrunners takes our remaining proceeds from participant fees and sponsorships which are then contributed to carefully predetermined charities and other non-profit organizations. In the past nine years, we have donated almost $100,000 to local organizations. We attribute this humbling byproduct to the amazing support from the valued partnership toward our mission.
On behalf of our friends, neighbors, community members, and nonprofit partners here in Blair County, we give our deepest and most sincere thanks to Stucky Subaru for their continued support. United Way of Blair County is honored and humbled to be the Subaru Share the Love Hometown Charity of Choice. The funds raised through this promotion allow us to provide critical community funding where it is needed most. We know that building a better, healthier, and stronger Blair County is a team effort. We know that we’re not in this alone and that progress is made when we work together. Year in and year out, Stucky Subaru shows that they care about our community. Year in and year out, Stucky Subaru exemplifies what it means to Live United. For their support, commitment, and friendship we are grateful.
Dear Matt Stuckey and Stuckey Subaru, The Central PA Humane Society fur babies would like to say THANK YOU from their nose to their tails! Becoming an ambassador for the CPHS Fur Babies this year in our holiday commercial was appreciated beyond words. Not to mention the monetary support Stuckey Subaru has donated over the course of 2020! A lot of animals were medically treated and saved because of your kindness and generosity! All of us at the shelter, whether 4 or 2 legged, cannot express our gratitude enough! Donations have totaled more than $20,000 to date from your partnering with us on our Holiday Campaign commercial!
As we approach the 6th annual Sweat For Vets 10K and 5K trail run, we are overjoyed to say Stuckey Subaru has been a partner all 6 of those years in what has grown to be the largest Veteran’s fundraiser in Central PA. A little over 6 years ago, a few Army officers who served together in Afghanistan returned home and decided to start a fundraiser with the objective of raising money for local Veterans and their families in need. They wanted to make the fundraiser family centered, and also involve a challenge or task that would give the sense of accomplishment to those participating. The Sweat For Vets Trail Climb was born, where participants hike up a rugged either 10K for 5K course on the side of Brush Mountain, over rocks, boulders, dirt, mud, fallen trees, you name it, and finish the course in a family friendly picnic atmosphere to celebrate their accomplishment, being congratulated at the finish with a challenge coin presented in a handshake by a local Veteran. Not only has Stuckey Subaru been there behind the scenes leading up to race day, but they have also been present race day each year representing themselves and our community. We, as a board, cannot thank Stuckey Subaru enough and are proud to say as of this year we will have distributed over $150,000 to local Veterans and their families in need. We could not have done this without the continued support of Stuckey Subaru.
My initial contact began with browsing online. I entered information and was contacted by phone immediately. I arrived Friday morning for my scheduled appointment and was met by Tim Park. I was impressed with his warm and welcoming demeanor. He was very knowledgeable about pricing, features and services offered at Stuckey. After test driving a Crosstrek, Forrester and Outback, I selected the Outback. Tim was very professional and personable in meeting my needs. After completing the paperwork he took the time to give me a detailed tutorial of its many great features and even programmed my phone with the Blue Tooth. I received a call Monday morning from Tim regarding my new car to be sure I was satisfied. The gentleman who completed my paperwork also did a great job explaining the many details required in purchasing a vehicle. It was lengthy but necessary and he made sure I understood all the options in meeting my financial needs. The only thing that could have made my experience better was a cute little cuddly Golden Retriever puppy in the back seat. I absolutely LOVE those commercials! I would highly recommend Tim Park as the "go to" guy when purchasing a vehicle. Linda Noonan
After last year’s heartwarming visit, Stuckey Subaru was enthusiastic about returning to UPMC Hillman Cancer Center at UPMC Altoona for another year of their “Subaru Loves to Care” partnership. On July 12, Stuckey demonstrated their commitment to these patients by donating 80 cozy new throw blankets, 30 arts and crafts kits, and “care cards” hand-written by customers. The cards, crafts, and blankets will be distributed to patients receiving chemotherapy, who often get cold during treatment, making the blankets a source of comfort even in the middle of a warm summer. Stuckey staff even took the time to personally deliver blankets to patients who were in treatment that afternoon. Hospital staff were surprised and delighted to learn that Stuckey Subaru purchased lunch for everyone working in the cancer center that day, as a symbol of their gratitude for all that these hardworking professionals do for patients each and every day. LLS is grateful to Stuckey Subaru’s management, staff and customers for giving their time and resources so generously to cancer patients at UPMC Altoona. Thank you for supporting our mission to cure blood cancers and to improve the lives of patients and their families.
We cannot express our gratitude and appreciation enough to Stuckey Subaru for selecting United Way of Blair County as the Subaru Share the Love Hometown Charity of Choice for two consecutive years. Non-profit organizations throughout Blair County often struggle to raise the additional funds needed to meet their budgets. With Stuckey Subaru’s help, United Way of Blair County is proud to be able to provide in critical grant funding to these organizations so that they can continue to provide for the needs of our community. The funds raised through the Share the Love campaign allows us to continue to provide this essential funding. Stuckey Subaru has been such an amazing partner through the Share the Love event, allowing us every opportunity possible to promote this fundraising effort. Stuckey’s pride for the community is evident in this promotion. By supporting United Way of Blair County through the Stuckey Subaru Share the Love event, 29 Blair County non-profit, human service programs are also supported. We are honored to have been chosen to receive the Share the Love proceeds as the Hometown Charity of Choice for the past two years. From the bottom of our hearts, we extend our most sincere thanks to Stuckey Subaru for helping us build a better Blair County. Most Sincerely, Melanie A. Shildt, Executive Director, United Way of Blair County
Thank You to Stuckey Subaru for once again supporting The Giorgio Foundation, especially for being the Main Sponsor for our annual ‘Office Madness’ event. With your outstanding generosity, this event has raised over $68,000 in 2 years.100% of these funds will be used for medical research into a cure or treatment into NF1, specifically dermal neurofibromas which can cause tumors on the spine, optic nerve, skin, and throughout the body – at times so numerous they cannot be counted. In addition to financial support, Stuckey Subaru staff also attend the event and actively engage in the activities. What a great group of generous, kind, and fun-loving people. Thanks again.Steve Kline, The Giorgio Foundation, Treasurer/Trustee
Here at the Central PA Humane Society (CPHS), many tails wag in thanks to the Subaru Loves Pets Campaign, sponsored locally by Stuckey Subaru in Hollidaysburg. Thanks in part to Stuckey Subaru, we were able to raise over a $100,000 – funds that are desperately needed to feed and care for over 1,700 animals as they await their Forever Home. Throughout the years, Stuckey Subaru has graciously supported various CPHS events like Adoption Meet-and-Greets, Food Drives, the Fur Ball Gala, A Night at the Races, and the popular Pints for Pets – the latter of which raises nearly $65,000 a year alone for our fur-babies! Our shelter has an operating budget of over $850,000 per year; mandatory state intake vaccines alone cost the shelter over $150,000 a year. Thanks to the kindness of Subaru of America and Stuckey Subaru, we can continue to aid our innocent four-legged friends! Becky FeltonOutreach DirectorCentral PA Humane Society
Through their third annual “Subaru Loves to Care” partnership with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), Stuckey Subaru recently made a heartwarming impact on local cancer patients and the dedicated nurses and medical professionals who care for them. Stuckey generously donated 25 arts and craft kits and 80 blankets to the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center at UPMC Altoona. Cancer patients often have difficulty staying warm – a side effect that can be caused by their medication or the disease itself – making the blankets useful gifts. The arts and crafts kits contain crayons, markers, and more, either to help patients pass the time on their own, or – for those who bring their children to treatment with them – to keep small hands busy while they wait. Stuckey Subaru staffers Sara Black, Aubrey Dudley, Christy Nau, and Stephanie Ripple joined the UPMC Hillman cancer team to present the blankets directly to patients on July 13. They took the time to go around the room to personally introduce themselves and chat with patients and families, a small but important reminder to cancer patients that they’re not alone in their fight against this disease. “Our patients always appreciate anything given to them,” said Marianne Beyer, Senior Practice Manager at UPMC Hillman Cancer Center Medical Oncology. “They are just thrilled when someone thinks of them.” Wanting to thank the doctors, nurses, physician’s assistants and everyone else who helps patients in their fight against cancer, Stuckey went above and beyond, ordering a catered lunch for the staff on site that day! The patients and staff at UPMC Altoona were incredibly appreciative of Stuckey’s thoughtfulness. Stuckey Subaru’s management, employees, and customers deserve recognition for their continuing partnership with LLS on this program. Thank you to everyone who made this special day possible!
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) was thrilled when Stuckey Subaru chose us as their partner on the nationwide Subaru of America Loves to Care campaign for the second time. Together, we were able to spread love, hope and warmth to local cancer patients. Throughout the month of June, visitors and employees at Stuckey Subaru wrote personalized messages of inspiration to cancer patients. Stuckey generously purchased 80 cozy blankets and 10 arts and crafts kits, and donated these gifts along with the care cards to patients receiving treatment at the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center at UPMC Altoona. Stuckey Subaru staff took time out of their day to personally share the love that these gifts symbolized, hand-delivering everything to patients receiving treatment on July 21. All of the patients were extremely grateful for this act of kindness. The blankets will not only bring physical comfort, but the encouragement of the care cards also provides patients the comfort of knowing that others in the community are supporting them. The Stuckey employees got to know a few of the patients one-on-one and were impressed by UPMC Altoona’s caring and dedicated medical staff. LLS is sincerely thankful to the wonderful professionals at Stuckey Subaru who made this inspirational day possible. You all are helping us make someday, today for cancer patients right here in Pennsylvania! Pictured are Sara Black, Stephanie Ripple, Zoe Lanzendorfer, Mary Longenecker (patient), Ken Wall, and Cathy Milner.
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 Penn-Mont Academy. 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.
We would like to thank our customers for participating in our E Waste Recycling event during the month of April. With your help, we were able to prevent 5,789 lbs of carbon emissions from polluting the atmosphere. This is equivalent to saving 222 trees, 985 gallons of gasoline, 8,392 plastic bottles, and 38,601 aluminum cans. Thank you for helping strengthen the Subaru Love Promise!
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 complementary 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.
Dear Stuckey Team, On behalf of the Board of Trustees and the Staff of the Altoona Public Library, we wish to thank you for your generous donation towards our annual Basket Bingo. As supporter of the Library, we hope you will not only help raise awareness of our programs and services, but also promote the value of the Altoona Area Public Library as an educational and social foundation from which to build a stronger community. Last year 144,101 people visited the Altoona Library and over 12,500 children, teens and adults attended the 755 programs offered throughout the year. Your donation helps to make these programs possible. Respectfully, Jennifer Knisely Executive Director Engage Innovate Lead
Dear Stuckey Team, We would like to Thank You once again for you generous support of Solar 5, a science 5K run and walk. Without your contribution, this event would not have been as successful, with your help, we acquired prizes for the participants; they brought happiness and a lot of smiles to the faces of the children. Once again THANK YOU for you support of Solars and we wish you the best! With Warm Regards, The Solar 5 Team Saint Francis University
Stuckey Subaru 500 Broad St. Hollidaysburg, PA 16648 Dear Stuckey Subaru, We are so thankful for the donation raised through the "Subaru Share The Love Event 2014" in the amount of $4,083.29! Not only for the financial but also for the donated non perishable food items for our food pantry. Your support has been very appreciated and needed. With those funds you helped feed 5,536 individuals last year with food from the food pantry. You also helped us prevent 62 families from being homeless in Blair County in 2014 with the aid of financial help. 8,537 pieces of clothing and household items were given to needy families and 163 children received Christmas gifts along with 185 gifts for Seniors. All this and so much more is what your support allowed us to accomplish. Meeting the need of our struggling neighbors is what you have done. Thank you for caring for the community that you do business in.Your support and "Sharing Of Love" has been a big part of this. Sincerely, Captain Christine Martin Commanding Officer
Stuckey Subaru Attention: Matt Stuckey 500 Broad Street Hollidaysburg, Pa 16648 Dear Matt, The Hollidaysburg Area YMCA would like to thank you for your continued support of being a Community Partner of the 2015 CWCS. We thank you for your past sponsorship of the series and are thrilled for the opportunity to work with you again. As a sponsor, your involvement has so graciously helped the CWCS succeed in supporting the YMCA to provide fun and safe events while motivating people to get and stay in shape. With your help, we have seen people go from being intimidated at their first race to not only participating, but thriving in our more challenging races, such as the October Half Marathon or the Canoe Creek Triathlon. With your help, families have a healthy option to be active together and make memories that will last a lifetime. The smiles on the faces of our participants when they accomplish something new is priceless. Without sponsors such as yourself, this would not be possible. The 2015 Community Wellness Challenge Series supports the YÃ¢Â¿Â¿s dedication to providing families with further opportunities to learn, grow and have fun together. Each of our races are a fundraising event that allows families and individuals be a member of the YMCA, regardless of their inability to pay. We truly are a community working together for the benefit of everyone. Respectfully, Tina Kunstbeck Race Director