Subaru and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society continue to spread hope & warmth to cancer patients nationwide
Subaru names LLS Charity Partner for June, Subaru Loves to Care Month, for the Fourth Consecutive Year
For the fourth consecutive year, Subaru and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) will deliver blankets, messages of hope and arts and crafts kits to cancer patients and their families in communities across the country. Over the past three years, through Subaru Loves to Care, the health-focused initiative of the Subaru Love Promise philanthropic platform, LLS and Subaru have reached more than 100,000 patients in nearly 700 hospitals, with the help of 500 Subaru retailers nationwide.
Spread the Love Promise
Throughout June, Subaru and LLS will bring the Subaru Loves to Care Initiative to life at a record 542 Subaru retailers. Visitors to participating Subaru retailers will be given the opportunity to write personalized messages of support to cancer patients in their local communities, or visit www.lls.org/subaru to write an online message and learn more about LLS’s mission and impact, and how to help Subaru and LLS lead the way to cancer cures.
The California Southland Chapter of LLS is working with the following Subaru retailers:
- Kirby Subaru of Ventura - Ventura
- Ladin Subaru - Thousand Oaks
- Subaru Antelope Valley - Lancaster
- Subaru Santa Monica - Santa Monica
- Subaru Sherman Oaks - Van Nuys
- Puente Hills Subaru - City of Industry
- Sierra Subaru of Monrovia - Monrovia
- Subaru of Glendale - Glendale
- Subaru Pacific - Hawthorne
- Timmons Subaru - Long Beach
At the end of Subaru Loves to Care month, participating Subaru retailers will partner with local LLS chapters nationwide to deliver more than 43,000 blankets and 9,500 arts and crafts kits, along with messages of hope written by Subaru customers, to those fighting cancer, while children battling disease themselves or accompanying a loved one for treatment will receive arts and craft kits.
For more information about Subaru Loves to Care, please visit www.lls.org/subaru.