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.

The Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment

We believe in being a positive force in something bigger. And it all starts right here in our community. Not just by our donations, but by our actions.

That's why we stay true to our Love Promise Community Commitment by partnering with a wide variety of community nonprofits and charities.

Every year, we join hands with our owners in the "Share the Love" event, giving back to our community-a community that's given so much to us.

So, every day, we strive to ensure our love is felt not just by our customers, but by all in our community. We do this because we feel it is the right thing to do.

We are proud to participate in the Love Promise Community Commitment. We're grateful, not only to be a part of our community, but to serve and support the causes and passions that are closest to our hearts, right here in our neighborhood.

All of the organizations we support have one thing in common: the unwavering dedication to improve the world and the lives of ­its people.

Subaru Loves Pets

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Subaru Loves the Earth

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Subaru Loves Learning

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Subaru Loves to Help

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Subaru Loves to Care

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Pets

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 close to $14 million to the ASPCA and helped support nearly 1,000 pet adoption events, resulting in more than 11,500 adoptions to date.

Environment

Loving the environment means more than loving the great outdoors. It means working to preserve it.

Over a decade ago, Subaru became the first U.S. auto manufacturer to become zero-landfill, and now, in collaboration with the National Park Service and the National Parks Conservation Association, Subaru is leveraging that same environmental expertise to help the National Parks reach zero-landfill too.

Education

It’s our goal to make the pursuit of knowledge available to as many minds as possible.

Total donations to teachers: $92,233
Over 200 teachers adopted
More than 15,000 students impacts

Community

In a perfect world, hunger would be history and hope would be commonplace. We believe a perfect world is possible.

Subaru and Meals on Wheels America worked together to make volunteering easier, by launching a tool called the Meals on Wheels Online Volunteer Drive.

Health

We should all have a chance to lead a healthy life. We’re aiming to give as many people that chance as we can.

Subaru has donated more than $4.5 million dollars to
Make A Wish, helping to grant 610 wishes in the U.S.

How is Tacoma Subaru dedicated locally to the Love Promise?

Our Love Promise can be seen not just in word but in action. With local partnerships with non-profit and community partners, we live each day with that commitment. We don't just work here, we live here, and are driven to being a supportive force in our community. You Can Count On Us is not a motto, but a lifestyle.

Humane Society of Tacoma - Pierce County
Coastal Conversation Association
Adopt A Classroom
Key Peninsula Community Services
Multi Care Health Foundation

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Love Promise Stories from Tacoma Subaru

Tacoma Subaru loves Guide Puppies for the Blind  –  Robin R

Tacoma Subaru loves Guide Puppies for the Blind

Thank you Bruce Titus Tacoma Subaru! A perfect sunny day and a fantastic venue for a Puppy Truck delivery full of fat, wiggling puppies! The puppies were driven up from the Guide Dogs for the Blind kennels in San Rafael, California and handed out with great fanfare into the arms of local families that will be raising them for the next year. Older pups were then boarded so they could head to their college to the Oregon Guide Dog campus for formal harness training and to eventually meet up with their soul mates. The staff (Barbara!) and the sales people spoiled us with lunch and the awesome "Subaru Loves Pets New Parent Kit" for each puppies new family. Tacoma Subaru has generously offered their dealership again for our next precious delivery, Sunday November 12 at noon. The public is welcome- come for puppy kisses and get information on how you can be a Guide Dogs for the Blind Raiser! It takes a village to raise a puppy! Tacoma Subaru you ROCK!


Tacoma Subaru supports Care Giver Movie Night  –  Christine L

Tacoma Subaru supports Care Giver Movie Night

With the help of Tacoma Subaru, Pierce County Human Services and Family Resources Homecare of Tacoma, 75 family caregivers were able to watch a free movie with dinner and dessert. The evening included information and gifts from local vendors, and the opportunity to have their questions answered by a panel of specialists and win raffle prizes. It was a wonderful evening for these awesome caregivers, who work usually goes unnoticed. Many hugs were going around at the end of the night. The Alzheimer's association of Washington is very grateful for the partnership with Tacoma Subaru and Subaru of America, and their unwavering support for their community. This evening was a wonderful respite for our pierce County family caregivers! Thank you!


Tacoma Subaru Shares the Love at Mary Bridge  –  Anne G

Tacoma Subaru Shares the Love at Mary Bridge

Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma, Washington, was delighted to be the recipient of a huge delivery of high-quality navy blue patient blankets and portable craft kids for children, chock full of art supplies. As a regional resource for pediatric cancer patients and their families, Mary Bridge knows that distributing these blankets and kits to current - and future - kids undergoing cancer treatment will be really well-received by the kids and their parents. On any given day, the hospital works with around 100 kids battling cancer – either visiting for outpatient appointments and infusions, or being hospitalized for longer term in-patient care. Days at the hospital can be long, and sometimes scary for the kids, so being able to wrap up in a cozy blanket to watch a movie, or to use the craft kit to create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece helps provide comfort to these amazing kids. Picture from L to R are: Kristen Bishop, Mary Bridge Child Life Specialist, Courtney Barr and Renee Willis from Tacoma Subaru, Lou Ann League, Mary Bridge Child Life Assistant, and newly trained high school volunteer, Brynli Loomis, and LLS Campaign Manager, Molly Oshin. Renee's connection is both personal and professional, as her child (now an adult) is a pediatric blood cancer survivor and she and the Bruce Titus Automotive Group, which includes Tacoma Subaru, have been long-time, generous supporters of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Mary Bridge Children's Hospital.


Subaru and NWF Loves the Earth  –  Chris G

Subaru and NWF Loves the Earth

As part of the Subaru Loves the Earth program, St. Patrick Catholic School received a donation from Subaru – all of the elements to create a sustainable habitat in our garden area. The perennial plants will be arriving soon and will help attract butterflies to our school grounds. Special thanks to the Titus family and #TacomaSubaru for helping us receive the #subarulovestheearth garden. We love the symbolism of butterflies, and hope that our garden inspires our students to love the earth!


Our Tacoma Habitat  –  Heather M

Our Tacoma Habitat

As part of the Subaru Loves the Earth program, St. Patrick Catholic School received a donation from Subaru – all of the elements to create a sustainable habitat in our garden area. The perennial plants will be arriving soon and will help attract butterflies to our school grounds. Special thanks to the Titus family and #TacomaSubaru for helping us receive the #subarulovestheearth garden. We love the symbolism of butterflies, and hope that our garden inspires our students to love the earth!


Thanks from the Red Barn Youth Center!  –  Clint R

Thanks from the Red Barn Youth Center!

When I was initially contacted about being a part of Subaru's "Share the Love" event, I must admit that I was not really sure what to expect. Once it was finished, I was told that we would be receiving a check, and that the Subaru folks wanted to bring pizza and drinks out for our kids along with a check for the Red Barn. We set up a date and time, and boy, was I ever surprised! There was enough pizza to feed a small army (or a room full of hungry teens?) and I was shocked when Bruce Titus himself walked up and introduced himself, along with his daughter, Courtney. It was pretty impressive to see the owner of the dealership show up personally, and take the time to talk to our kids and staff members for quite a while. Most of the kids who come to the Red Barn come from a lifetime of poverty, and it was exciting to watch their faces light up when Bruce and Courtney took the time to show interest in what the kids where working on. The generous donation made by Subaru will be used to buy clothes, shoes, and jackets for our kids, as well as to replace our old and seriously outdated sports equipment with new and modern equipment. Thank You for your kindness and generosity toward the Red Barn Youth Center!


Fall Food Drive 2016 - Exceeding all expectations  –  Dennis C

Fall Food Drive 2016  - Exceeding all expectations

In 2015 the Tacoma Subaru team committed to filling the Subaru and exceeded all expectations. They liked the feeling of helping the food bank so much they committed to beating their record breaking year of 2015. With the help of the community and the corporate office, they did!!! It required 2 vans to haul 2,217 food items, mostly canned goods to the Key Peninsula Community Center. KPCC serves a large rural area with a large senior population and are the only food bank in the area. Their gratitude was overwhelming, and the Tacoma Subaru team is committed to breaking their record every year.


Thank you Tacoma Subaru - Santa Paws  –  Linda K

Thank you Tacoma Subaru - Santa Paws

Thank you (Tacoma Subaru) for hosting such an awesome event. We had a great time :) I'm off to make my 2016 Christmas photo with your photos! - Linda & Matoskah


Santa Paws 2016  –  Barbara D

Santa Paws 2016

For the last 6 years we have held our annual Santa Paws event at Tacoma Subaru, during the first weekend in December. Each year, the number of participants has grown. While the event is completely free for anyone who wants a picture with Santa, we do ask for donations of pet food/treat/toy or cash to support the Humane Society of Tacoma and Pierce County. While we collect donations on the day of the event, we continue the pet food drive through to the week before Christmas. This year we exceeded all previous years, and served over a 100 groups, took in more food than ever, and raised $544. We enjoy seeing all the wonderful fur babies, and all types are encouraged to participate. We enjoy connecting with our pet community and saying hi to those who participate every year. Regardless of how many participate, we always enjoy seeing their smile when they realize that there is a professional photographer and we give them a copy that day as well as email all of the pictures of the photo shoot. Even the less than perfect ones!


Subaru Loves Pets - October 2016  –  Shelby T

Subaru Loves Pets - October 2016

Tacoma Subaru has a very special love and caring for the Humane Society of Tacoma and Pierce County. We are always able to count on them, often with short notice. We called them 2 weeks before our Pawsitive Alliance Open House, and asked if they would sponsor. "Yes!" is almost always the answer with them. With their help and the Pawsitive Alliance team we had over 500 people stop by on October 1st and were able to help over a 100 furry friends find forever homes. However, they don't just send us a check, which is appreciated, they show up. In addition to sponsorship, they brought several huge bags of new dog toys to be given out for the day. They drop by every couple of months and bring us a cash donation from their Pennies for Puppies for jar and then, they show up with 4 big bags of pet food/treats from a food drive they held in October. Thank you Tacoma Subaru! Thank you for your dedication to the fur baby members of your community.


great dealer  –  Gary C

great dealer

This dealership has done everything and more to help me. Every one of your sales people are outstanding and your service department is the best that I have ever done business with. I have dealt with a lot of dealers and service departments. I am 65 years of age so, as you can see, I have been at this for a while and I wish to thank you for all you have done for me and others.


Hope Instillers support Subaru Loves To Care  –  Barbara D

Hope Instillers support Subaru Loves To Care

The partnership with LLS for June hit close to home with the Tacoma Subaru team. A very dedicated group of employees have been fundraising for the annual Light the Night Walk that supports LLS. They work tirelessly throughout the year working to meet their goal. Why? Because in 2009 our parts manager's son was diagnosed with Burkitts Lymphoma at the age of 20. Because of the work of LLS and supporting partners such as Subaru, we know first hand the good works happening with LLS. Renee's son is healthy, and has since had a child of his own because of that research. To show their appreciation the Hope Instillers gathered on a Saturday (June 25) and we threw a little Ice Cream Social, to spread awareness, and thank everyone who stopped by and filled out cards of hope for the kids at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital. We had a wonderful turnout, and everyone got to meet sweet Gage, and when they read his shirt, they knew the impact of this event and this organization: I wear green for my daddy.


Tacoma Subaru for LLS  –  Christopher J

Tacoma Subaru for LLS

The dealership was having an ice cream social to benefit the local LLS Chapter and there were several LLS donation canisters. The table had more literature regarding LLS than the other dealerships I visited. It was evident that this was more than a one month campaign for this dealership. I received a message on Facebook that a member of the staff wanted to speak with me and had something for me. We made a return trip after I exchanged a few emails with Renee. I learned how important and personal this cause was for Renee as her son is also a survivor. She stated she was overcome with excitement when she learned of the partnership. This was the reason I needed to be a part of this partnership. I know I was a part of something amazing. What I'm doing meant something to someone. Renee shared all of the dealerships Light the Night information with me and invited me to be a member of the team & invited me to pass out the blankets. Renee was so thoughtful and gave me a goodie bag filled with LLS & the dealerships items as well as her contact information. Renee introduced me to Allison and the level of support for Renee and her son was beautiful. From what I can tell from the time I spent at Tacoma Subaru is that it is more of a family unit than a place of employment. I wish more employers would rally around and support their staff the way Bruce Titus & Tacoma Subaru does. They truly exemplify and are examples of what the Subaru love promise is about.


Tacoma Subaru Loves To Care  –  Barbara D

Tacoma Subaru Loves To Care

The entire Tacoma Subaru team was excited when SOA announced that in June they would supporting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). LLS and their annual Light the Night Walk have been a pet project of Tacoma Subaru for over 5 years. The Tacoma Subaru staff have rallied around their Parts Manager, who's son is a survivor, and formed the Hope Instillers. They bring awareness and fundraising efforts year round, and over the course of their mission have raised over $35,000. Many are not aware of the good works that LLS provides. Not only are they committed to finding a cure, (which they have done an excellent job), they also provide care and support services for those who are battling. Often helping with ride programs to get patients to their treatments, assistance with basic necessities, such as utilities and food, or picking up medications at the pharmacy.The entire team, and the Hope Instillers are looking forward to the opportunity to deliver the blankets to our partner hospital, Mary Bridge Children's Hospital, and deliver all of the messages of hope that our wonderful customers have written. An event that hits home, Tacoma Subaru Love to Care!!


Share the Love 2015 Benefits ALZ of Washington  –  Sara M

Share the Love 2015 Benefits ALZ of Washington

Bruce Titus Subaru's Share the Love gift will provide education, resources, and hope to families in Pierce County who are facing an Alzheimer's disease or other dementia diagnosis. This support will directly fund our May 14th Early Stage Memory Loss Forum in University Place. This Forum provides education, encouragement, inspiration, and resource sharing for people who were recently diagnosed or are living in the early stages of Alzheimer's. Funds also make it possible to sustain Pierce County caregiver support groups, support via our 24/7 Helpline (800.272.3900) and our Tacoma social engagement programs for people living with Alzheimer's. We were amazed at the stories we heard from so many Tacoma Subaru customers. ALZ is definitely a misunderstood disease, and we are grateful that Tacoma Subaru chose to help us spread the word and support Pierce County Resources. Thank you to the staff, but especially to all of their wonderful customers who chose the Home Town Charity for their Share the Love 2015 donation!!


The Butterfly Heroes at Tacoma Subaru!  –  Tacoma S

The Butterfly Heroes at Tacoma Subaru!

The Monarch butterfly is a familiar favorite of many of our childhoods. Unfortunately, the decline in milkweed plants that are the only natural home for Monarch larvae has caused the Monarch population to plummet by over 90% in recent years. To help raise awareness to this issue, Tacoma Subaru has partnered with the National Wildlife Federation for the Butterfly Heroes program as part of our Subaru Loves the Earth initiative during the month of April. Want to learn more about how you can join us in our effort? Stop by our store to get information on the Butterfly Heroes program and pick up a pack of seeds to start your own butterfly habitat.


Tacoma Subaru hits it big at 68th Golden Gloves  –  Greg P

Tacoma Subaru hits it big at 68th Golden Gloves

The 68th annual Golden Gloves boxing tournament was held in January 2016. This event supported by the Tacoma Athletic Commission, is the longest consecutive tournament running west of the Mississippi. The TAC is proud of its role of leadership in Tacoma-Pierce County Athletics. The Golden Gloves Tournament is a major fund raising event of the TAC which in turn has allowed the TAC to financially support many local athletes and provide improvement to many sport facilities over the last 70 years. We are grateful for local businesses such as Tacoma Subaru for their dedication to their community, and for seeing the value in supporting local athletes. Events staged by the TAC go beyond the Golden Gloves tournament and include recognition ceremonies for local high school and college athletes, golf tournaments and other athletic events. With all of this said, we appreciate Tacoma Subaru and their willingness to see outside of the box, and support events that may not be seen as glamorous, but reach the community in deep and often profound ways. Thank you Tacoma Subaru!


Santa Paws 2015  –  Barbara D

Santa Paws 2015

Every year Tacoma Subaru holds their annual Santa Paws event. This event support the Tacoma-Pierce County Humane Society. Santa is on hand to take pictures with anyone who wants to, pets, of course are encouraged, and it is fun to see pets from previous years. The event is free, however, we do ask for a donation of pet food, treat or toy, and of course, cash is also accepted. Santa and his photographer helpers, give everyone who stops by a free copy of their picture, and then all photos taken that day are emailed at no additional charge. There is a lot of love in the air on picture day, and we have seen all sorts of pets, dogs, cats in elf costumes, lizards and 1 hedgehog. Our community knows we are dedicated to our furry friends. This year we raised over $100 and several bags of food/toys and treats. This coupled with donations from our Pet Project Test drive campaign has resulted in over $1500 donated to Tacoma Pierce County Humane Society in 2015. Not counting sponsorship of adoption events!


Food Drive CRUSHES all previous records!  –  Susie D

Food Drive CRUSHES all previous records!

Every year the Tacoma Subaru team and BTAG Corporate office combine forces for our Annual Fall Food Drive. The drive runs for about a month, this year it ran from October 24 through November 22. Our battle cry this year was FILL THE FORESTER!, and we did and much more! With our food drive, we offer a Fall Food Drive drawing for anyone outside of the organization. For every item of food they bring, they receive an entry to the drawing. The Grand Prize....$50 Gas card, with many other prizes up for grabs including service and Subaru gear. We don't know what sparked the movement, but we are glad the flame was lit. We always strive to bring in a little more than the previous year, but this year, with the help of our dedicated team and amazing customers crushed it! We took in 813% more food than we did in 2013 & 2014 combined! It was beyond heartwarming, and the folks at Key Peninsula Community services couldn't believe it when we had to take out 2 vans to get them all of the food. We were overwhelmed by their love and gratitude, their commodities were all used up, and they weren't going to see any more until spring. With the generous donations and commitment of our community and the Tacoma Subaru team, they are confident that February will look much better now. Thank you to our amazing community for their support!


Taocma Subaru supports local shelter  –  Shelby T

Taocma Subaru supports local shelter

The Tacoma Pierce County Humane Society has a simple mission. To advance the welfare of animals in Tacoma and Pierce County. Seems simple enough, but without partners such as Tacoma Subaru and the countless private donors we could not do what we do. On October 3, with the help of the group Pawsitive Alliance and Tacoma Subaru we hosted a very successful adoption event. With the help of Tacoma Subaru were able to purchase a new branded tent that we can use when we are out in the community at various events to bring our mission to the community, and saw 45 furry friends, find new homes. The Tacoma Subaru team was on hand all day, in what turned out to be a rather windy fall day...with their beautiful Subaru and wonderful collapsible water bowls for anyone who wanted one. This is the kind of partner every shelter needs. While we are certainly grateful for their assistance with this event, this is not a one time thing for the Tacoma Subaru team. They have a wonderful campaign called the "Bruce Titus Pet Project", and when a prospective buyer takes a test drive, and decides to purchase the vehicle, they can elect to give $25.00 to the Humane Society, this in addition to other events such as Santa Paws in December proves they are committed to the furry members of their community. Thank you Tacoma Subaru!


The First Tee of S Puget Sound Harbottle Classic  –  Whitney H

The First Tee of S Puget Sound Harbottle Classic

The Tacoma Subaru team has been a strong supporter of The First Tee of South Puget Sound for many years. The focus of this group is on our next generation. Their mission is to impact the lives of young people in the South Puget Sound by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf. In addition, many kids are exposed to a game and group of people that they might not otherwise come in contact. The board members of this local chapter are so committed to this organization and mission that it is absolutely infectious! Without the support of sponsors like Tacoma Subaru there would be no program. The organization is privately funded through generous benefactors and community support. The hole in one hole is the most popular hole, and can sometimes cause a back up because everyone wants to sit in the pretty new Subaru, and take their time planning their shot, hoping to win!


Stuff the Subaru School Supply Drive 2015  –  Chris G

Stuff the Subaru School Supply Drive 2015

Stuff the Subaru 2015! We put out the call and the community answered. Tacoma Subaru received over 238 items and matched a $1 for every item received, so the school received a cash donation of $238 and 8 bags stuffed with much needed school supplies. As anyone would be, we were not surprised to lean how much money teachers spend out of pocket to help students with school supplies. The staff at St. Patricks were very grateful. Principal, Chris Gavin sent this little note after we dropped off his school supplies. Good Morning, Just a quick note of thanks for delivering the classroom supplies. Needless to say, teachers have already gobbled up a great number of the items. I love to hear the conversation about which kids may need certain things. I personally appreciate the care you have given in dealing with us at S. Pat's. It may seem like a little thing but you including us in this national Subaru initiative has meant a lot to us. My Best, Chris Gavin Our pleasure Mr. Gavin!


WoofStock 2015 - Pets Saving Humans  –  Julie D

WoofStock 2015 - Pets Saving Humans

As a participant in Woofstock 2014, we knew that we had to be a part of it in 2015. The Dugan Foundation in a coordinated effort with Pawsitive Alliance are committed to the furry friends community and the humans they save. These 2 groups bring over 30 rescue organizations, plus pet focused vendors and support organizations together for one day, for 1 purpose. To help keep pets out of shelters and in loving homes! This is not just an adoption event, this is a family event. There is someone on stage through the whole event, and every musician has donated their time. There are countless volunteers, walking dogs, helping the rescues, helping the sponsors, generally just a very helpful group of people. There are large pen areas set up all around the event so that fur friends and potential families can get to know each other, and make sure they are a good fit, without the pressures of the leash, and other distractions. The Tacoma Subaru team was on hand all day, providing take along/collapsible water bowls and entertaining bubbles. The kids loved it...and adults, and of course fur babies. The Dugan Foundation and Pawsitive Alliance helped over 100 pets find a forever home, and raised over $5,000 that of which a portion is distributed back to the various rescue organizations to help in their ongoing commitment to keep these wonderful animals out of shelters.


Feeding Tacoma!  –  Bob B

Feeding Tacoma!

As part of the Subaru Promise they asked us to do a food drive to support Meals on Wheels locally. We were delighted to help. Feeding Tacoma has been a long standing tradition with Tacoma Subaru, and we were excited to add an additional food drive into the year. We have the most generous guests and staff!


Tacoma Subaru Loves The Earth!  –  Bob B

Tacoma Subaru Loves The Earth!

The Tacoma Subaru team were honored to get behind the Subaru Loves the Earth campaign. As a store, they are already committed to the environment and practice what they preach every day. However, it was great to be able to be a drop off point for old electronics and be assured that they would be picked up and disposed of properly. Our customers and other community members truly appreciated our efforts.


South Sound CARE Foundation - A HomeTown story  –  Frank S

South Sound CARE Foundation - A HomeTown story

Back in 2008, a group of community leaders shared a common vision...to create a foundation that would support and expand clinical trials and cancer research in the South Sound region, ultimately providing its residents with cancer treatment options otherwise unavailable. Hence the birth of South Sound CARE Foundation. Comprised of local leaders in the cancer care community, South Sound CARE's board includes cancer survivors and medical professionals from MultiCare, Franciscan and NW Medical Specialties all striving to eradicate this deadly disease. Despite a lack of medical knowledge, but with a strong connection to the community, Mary Byrne, General Manager of Tacoma Subaru (2012) was asked to come on board, and currently serves as acting secretary. Mary has volunteered her time wisdom and financial support over the last few years, and when Subaru announced that they were adding the Home Town Charity option, she spoke with her staff, and they all agreed that this would be the perfect charity to represent the Tacoma Subaru team commitment to their community. On April 11, Mary Byrne, and her team were able to present a check for $22,389! Our customers overwhelming chose our Home Town Charity, because many new Dr. Senecal and his cause. Many said they came to Tacoma Subaru because South Sound Care was our Home Town Charity. Thank you Dr. Senecal and your team for what you do!


Tacoma Subaru Hosts Woofstock Event!  –  Julie D

Tacoma Subaru Hosts Woofstock Event!

On August 2, 2014 Tacoma Subaru was an honored sponsor of the annual event Woofstock. The Dugan Foundation in efforts with Pawsitive Alliance hold this annual event in Tacoma to support adoption and other pet related causes. Woofstock helped 110 pets find a forever home with over 50 volunteers hauling kennels, filling water bowls and assisting attendees. In addition to helping over a 100 animals find a home, they raised $5500 for grants to rescue organizations and shelters.