Subaru of America helps local charity

By February 27, 2019Subaru News
Subaru of America helps local charity

Subaru of America helps local charity! Recently, Subaru of America aided the Humane Animal Welfare Society (HAWS), our local humane society, at the Milwaukee Auto Show. Each October, Subaru of America hosts the Subaru Loves Pets Month to raise money for the ASPCA. In the past, Wilde Subaru has been proud to support HAWS through hosting different adoption events at our dealership during the month of October over the past few years. 

“Each year, we at Subaru look forward to finding new and unique opportunities to positively impact our furry friends and the animal community as a whole,” said Alan Bethke, Senior Vice President, Marketing of Subaru of America, Inc. “We know our owners are passionate about their pets and we are committed to keeping all animals, including those in shelters, happy and healthy – increasing their overall chance of finding safe, loving homes.”

At this first-of-its-kind event, Subaru helped animals find forever homes at their exhibit inside the Wisconsin center. Attendees had the opportunity to start the process of adopting a dog through filling out an application. Those who can’t or don’t want to adopt supported HAWS through making rope toys donations to the shelter or for their own pet. Custom pet tags using the Subaru Loves Pets engraver were also made available. All the donations and proceeds will be going to HAWS to support their work within this region.

“The Humane Animal Welfare Society (HAWS) is so pleased to partner with Subaru of America,” said Maggie Tate-Techtmann, HAWS Director of Organizational Development. “We are so passionate about supporting pets and helping them find their forever homes. What a natural, exciting partnership to combine our passion with Subaru’s love for pets and the community! Together, we can do so much!”

As a long-time supporter of HAWS, we were thrilled to see Subaru of America give back to on of our local charities. For more Wilde Subaru news, visit Wilde Subaru on Facebook follow us on Twitter.