Thank You Subaru
January 15, 2020mnedich

Huge thanks are due to the team from Subaru of America, Inc. this morning! Once again the group of 16 from around the Bay Area brought energy and love as they helped pack and deliver 9,000 lbs of groceries for homebound seniors in need throughout San Francisco. Their teamwork and dedication made the early morning assembly go by quickly and together they packed 882 bags of groceries for 441 clients. Afterward, they also took on the job of delivering the groceries on Route 20!

THANK YOU, Subaru of America, Inc. – San Francisco Zone!

Subaru is a great partner all year long as they continue to Share the Love with donations of much-needed grocery bags (4,000 at last count), summer group volunteering, and the donation of a Subaru lease!

You too can Share the Love this holiday season! When you purchase or lease a new Subaru by Jan 2, you can select Meals on Wheels to receive a $250 donation, bringing more meals and friendly visits to seniors in need. www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org/sharethelove

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