Subaru of Pembroke Pines has donated $108,000 to South Florida charities, including Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital and the Humane Society of Broward County. The funds were raised during its annual Share the Love campaign from Nov. 18, 2021, through Jan. 3, 2022. For every vehicle purchase or lease, Subaru donates $250 to a hometown charity of the customer’s choosing. Check presentations took place on June 7 at Subaru of Pembroke Pines.
“The Subaru Share the Love campaign is very important to helping many worthy causes, and we at Subaru of Pembroke Pines and the Craig Zinn Automotive Group are pleased to have once again participated in the campaign,” Craig Zinn says, Founder and CEO of Craig Zinn Automotive Group. “By continuing to raise funds for Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, and now the Humane Society of Broward County, our goal is to help those in need in our local community.”
Subaru of Pembroke Pines is the largest donor to the Subaru Share the Love program in the U.S., with $1.4 million given to the local community. The company actively supports several local initiatives year-round and is deeply committed to The Subaru Love Promise, which includes an actionable commitment to the community through philanthropic efforts.
Since 2018, it has donated over $543,200 to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. Every year, Subaru of Pembroke Pines owner and operator Craig Zinn Automotive Group matches the amount raised by the campaign. This year’s campaign celebrated a kickoff luncheon in November at the dealership attended by representatives from Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital and the Humane Society of Broward County, raising awareness and sharing best practices to best support the Subaru Share the Love campaign.
Over the last 13 years, through the Subaru Share the Love event, Subaru of America Inc. and its participating retailers have donated over $200 million to charity, with customers choosing between four national charities and over 1,610 hometown charities. In its 14th year, Subaru of America is on track to bring that total to over $225 million.