For the 7th consecutive year, Ladin Subaru has selected Senior Concerns to participate as the “hometown charity” as part of Subaru of America’s Share the Love Campaign.
During the campaign period, which runs from November 14, 2019 to January 2, 2020, Subaru customers have the opportunity to select a charity to which a donation of $250 from every new vehicle sale or lease will be donated. Along with a select group of national charities, local Subaru dealers select one community-based non-profit to support.
Proceeds from the Share the Love Campaign that come to Senior Concerns provide vital funding for the organization’s core programs, including an Adult Day Program for seniors with cognitive or physical impairments, Meals On Wheels, a Caregiver Support Center and Senior Advocates.
“We are honored to partner with Ladin Subaru again this year for the Share the Love Campaign,” says Andrea Gallagher, President of Senior Concerns. “The funding Senior Concerns receives through this effort provides vital support for our programs and services, and helps ensure we can meet the needs of seniors and family caregivers here in our community.”
“Senior Concerns provides services that are not available elsewhere in our community, such as their Adult Day Program,” says Jim Ladin, CEO of Ladin Subaru. “Our partnership with Senior Concerns, through the Share the Love Campaign and the Love Run, enables Ladin Subaru to make a positive impact in the lives of seniors and their families here in the Conejo Valley.”
To learn more about the Share the Love Campaign, please visit www.ladinsubaru.com, or visit Ladin Subaru at 3725 Auto Mall Drive in Thousand Oaks. To learn more about Senior Concerns, please visit www.seniorconcerns.org