The 2021 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Commitment Award

The 2021 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Commitment Award

We've been nationally recognized for our dedication to our customers, our community, and the Subaru Love Promise.

We're honored to receive the 2021 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Commitment Award. This award nationally recognizes elite Subaru retailers who provide an exceptional customer experience at every interaction with Subaru. These retailers have also demonstrated an outstanding commitment to supporting passions and causes in their local communities in important areas such as the environment, community, health, education, and pets.

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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.

How is Subaru World of Newton dedicated locally to the Love Promise?

Our Love Promise can be seen in various partnerships with local charities and non-profits. We're grateful for the opportunity, not only to be a part of our community, but to serve it as well. We are committed in making our community a better place by our donations.

Oscar Animal Rescue

Merriam Ave Elementary School

Project Self Sufficiency

SCARC Foundation , Samaritan Inn

Did Subaru World of Newton go above and beyond, provide exceptional service, or support causes that are important to you? We'd love to hear about it.

Love Promise Stories from Subaru World of Newton

Subaru and Subaru World of Newton believe in making a positive impact on the communities in which we live and work. We uphold that belief through our Love Promise Community Commitment. Every month, we select inspiring stories from customers and partners from around our area who strive to support our collective commitment and feature them here

SCARC & Subaru Making A Difference In Sussex Co. - Chris H

In April of 2021 Subaru World of Newton donated over nine thousand five hundred dollars to the SCARC Foundation from their “Subaru Loves” event held November through January. It was the first time that SCARC Foundation was chosen to participate in Subaru World and Subaru Corporate’s Share the Love Event! Through the generosity of this gift, The SCARC Family of services is able to provide recreation programs including summer camp experiences, basketball, swimming, bowling, & dances; respite care which provides a much needed break for families who have a child with a disability; and guardianship services which helps guide families through the complicated process of becoming the legal guardian for their disabled family member. This year, the SCARC Family of Services will provide programs and services to over 650 people with developmental disabilities and their families. We sincerely thank you and, most especially, our clients and families thank you.

SCARC Foundation
SCARC & Subaru Making A Difference In Sussex Co.

Candy Wrapper Recycling Partnership - Douglass C

As Halloween approached this year, the members of our student environmental club, the Sparta Middle School Green Team, got talking about how we could encourage people in our town to make their holiday more planet-friendly. Doing some quick research, we discovered that a New Jersey-based company called Terracycle recycles candy wrappers and turns them into park benches, tables and playground equipment. We also learned that it had partnered with Subaru World of Newton, which collects and ships out the used wrappers. I gave the dealership a call and was soon chatting away with general manager Chris Dexter, who I discovered has many of the same concerns about consumer waste that our club members do. When I asked Chris how many wrappers his office could handle, he said "We'll take whatever you can collect." With that we were off and running. Over several days in early November, students and staff dropped off bags of wrappers as they entered school. My co-advisor, Cara Johnson, brought our haul over to the dealership and, with Chris' encouragement, we've decided to continue collecting wrappers throughout the year. One immediate positive result has been education: students and families have learned that not all of what's considered "trash" needs to end up in a landfill. With the continuing partnership between Sparta Middle School and Subaru World, we look forward to more people discovering that truth. https://www.tapinto.net/towns/sparta/articles/sparta-middle-school-wants-your-candy-wrappers http://www.spartaindependent.com/news/local-news/park-benches-from-candy-wrappers-LD1401519

Sparta Township Middle School
Candy Wrapper Recycling Partnership

One Step Closer Animal Rescue (OSCAR) - Cassie K

One Step Closer Animal Rescue (O.S.C.A.R.) would like to thank Subaru of Newton for all their support throughout the years and especially this year! COVID had a dramatic impact on the animal rescue community specifically with lack of events, lack of supplies and lack of funds. Subaru stepped up and supported our cause with holding a supply drive at their location, and sponsoring animal adoptions for the month of October. In addition, they helped promote our animals on their social media platform and in their store to increase adoptions. We had over 30 adoptions in the month of October! One adoption that happened was for a dog named Diego. Diego is a small senior chihuahua mix. Senior dogs typically struggle to adjust to shelter life. We rescued Diego in July and he sat and sat hoping for his forever home to come along. Subaru picked Diego as their featured pet in October and Diego was adopted 2 days later. Diego is now in a loving home with fur siblings. This is just one of the lives touched by Subaru's support. Our animal rescue is a no-kill and we truly believe that every animal deserves a second chance. We give them medical care, work with them, and provide love in preparation for their new homes. Some animals take longer than others to find a furever home, but they are with us until they do so. Our motto "Savings one animal may not change the world, but for that one animal, the world will change forever". On behalf of OSCAR and all of our animals, we thank you for your support!!

One Step Closer Animal Rescue (OSCAR)
One Step Closer Animal Rescue (OSCAR)

Samaritan Inn - Stephanie S

Samaritan Inn would like to thank Subaru for donating 80 blankets to our homeless families at Samaritan Inn. We are able to help whoever is in need with a blanket this winter with the help of Subaru of Newton. Donations that we receive help Samaritan Inn to continue its mission to assist Sussex County families that are in need. Samaritan Inn, Inc., a 501(c) 3, agency, has been providing services to families for over 40 years. Our mission is to provide emergency food and shelter to homeless families in Sussex County, NJ as well as a program of counseling and skill building in family maintenance and growth. As the problem of homelessness continues, it is the support of caring friends like you that helps Samaritan Inn to fulfill its mission: “Keeping a door open and a light on for the homeless.” Samaritan Inn is known for giving a hand up not a handout! The first blanket was given out that very same day in answer to a call through the employer of a single man who had been homeless for over a month and was sleeping in his car. We were able to provide referrals to local housing opportunities within his ability to pay, some warm clothing, food, and of course a Subaru blanket. A special thank you to Brooke Canty and Chris Dexter who arranged this donation, delivered the boxes to our office and assisted in posting our story on Subaru Love Promise. All donations are greatly appreciated as we continue to help the less fortunate and those in need of housing. Thank you Subaru of Newton!!!

Samaritan Inn
Samaritan Inn

Patient centric Hospice care - John Q

In April of 2019 Subaru World of Newton donated over sixteen-thousand dollars to the Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice from their “Subaru Loves” event held November through January. It was the fifth year in a row the staff at Subaru World and Subaru Corporate teamed up to help our local nonprofit organization. At Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice we treat all with a life limiting illness regardless of ability to pay. We also provide Bereavement care to all in our community who have suffered a loss due to death regardless of their ability to pay. We are only able to deliver this level of care with the generous support of individuals and business like Subaru World. Whether it is placing a live-in in a home at our cost or giving respite care at the Karen Ann Quinlan Home for Hospice, we put the needs of the patient and family first. Over the course of these five years Subaru World and Subaru Corporate have raised over eighty thousand dollars. That’s a lot of patient care! We sincerely thank you and, most especially, our patients and families thank you.

Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice
Patient centric Hospice care

Subaru Loves Learning...and MAS Loves Subaru! - Deirdre I

For the past few years, Subaru World of Newton has partnered with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) to provide Merriam Avenue School teachers and students with quality high-interest books. This year the amazing staff of Subaru of Newton delivered 150 books to us - all brand new, and mostly hardcover! The process of working with Subaru to secure the books was seamless, from start to finish. It is clear that someone put careful thought into the book selections this year. Each year, I ask our classroom teachers to pick four titles they would like for their classroom libraries. The remainder of the books get cataloged and shelved in our library for the entire school to have access to. We have approximately 450 students in our school and each and every one has access to a Subaru book. It's exciting to get the delivery every year - the staff and students get giddy. The Subaru staff are always awesome to work with and, I hope, enjoyed coming to deliver the books to the kids. Thank you Subaru World of Newton!

Merriam Avenue School
Subaru Loves Learning...and MAS Loves Subaru!

Subaru delivers warmth to children hospital - MIchelle E

On July 10th, Subaru employees delivered blankets to pediatric patients at Goryeb's Children's Hospital at Morristown Medical. These blankets represent warmth and hope to the patients and remind them that Subaru employees are keeping them in their thoughts.

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Subaru delivers warmth to children hospital

Subaru Aides the Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice - John Q

For the fourth year in a row the sales Team at Subaru World in Newton, NJ has made the Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice the recipient of the “Subaru Loves” Charity Fundraiser. Over the course of these four years this wonderful group of Sales Professionals has raised over $60,000 for Hospice. The Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice is a local not-for-profit Hospice treating all patients and families regardless of ability to pay. Services are also offered at the Joseph T. Quinlan Bereavement Center to anyone in our community who has suffered a loss by death, again regardless of ability to pay. It is only with the support of local individuals and businesses like Subaru World that we are able to provide this level of care. We thank everyone involved including the Subaru Corporate Leaders, the Management Team from World Auto Group and the Great Team at Subaru World. –John Quinlan

Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice
Subaru Aides the Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice

wonderful people - Barbara D

I am not a Subaru owner and I am not looking to buy one any time soon. I am a single Mom and my elderly mother lives with me and my daughter. I saw the flier at Project Self Sufficiency for the coat drive and I heard Subaru of Newton's radio commercial that they were collecting coats for PSS. I got things there in the past but I was really hoping to get a coat for my daughter. She is in 4th grade and I'm on a fixed income. Her old coat is too small and I've been wanting to get her a new coat. Some kids in her school are cruel and are mean to kids who don't have the cool things and it makes me sad for her. The Subaru dealer brought down a lot of coats in a big box. There was a beautiful coat that I thought would fit her. I brought it home and she loves it. My Mom and I got coats too but it made me the happiest to get such a nice coat for my daughter. She is so proud of it and couldn't wait to wear it to school. We went to the dealer yesterday because I wanted to thank them for doing such a nice thing. I heard they do things like this all the time. All the guys there were nice and pleasant. I wish I could buy a car from them. If I could I would. Thank you for making a little girl very happy. It was the best Christmas present we could have gotten. Thank you Newton Subaru World and thank you Project Self Sufficiency. God Bless You

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Season of Hope - Lisa P

The people at Subaru World of Newton are amazing and thanks to their efforts 120 people in the community in need of winter coats to keep warm now have them. The Season of Hope Toy Drive serves thousands of children in the New Jersey counties of Sussex, Warren and Hunterdon each December. The donation drive aims to provide new and unwrapped gifts to children of all ages, from infancy through adolescence. Subaru World of Newton identified a need for cold weather outerwear and went into action. Their initial donation of 10 coats by the dealership motivated customers and neighbors to donate 110 more! But it was also their generous promotion through radio campaigns to help spread the word of the event that truly made it the largest turn out we’ve ever had. To top it off, volunteers from Subaru World of Newtown made several deliveries of the coats and were on hand helping to distribute the coats at Project Self Sufficiency. Here is a brief story from a local Newton mother and how this event made her life a little brighter. “I am not a Subaru owner and I am not looking to buy one any time soon. I am a single Mom and my elderly mother lives with me and my daughter. I saw the flier at Project Self Sufficiency for the coat drive and I heard Subaru of Newton's radio commercial that they were collecting coats for PSS. I got things there in the past but I was really hoping to get a coat for my daughter. She is in 4th grade and I'm on a fixed income. Her old coat is too small and I've been wanting to get her a new coat. Some kids in her school are cruel and are mean to kids who don't have the cool things and it makes me sad for her. The Subaru dealer brought down a lot of coats in a big box. There was a beautiful coat that I thought would fit her. I brought it home and she loves it. My Mom and I got coats too but it made me the happiest to get such a nice coat for my daughter. She is so proud of it and couldn't wait to wear it to school. We went to the dealer yesterday because I wanted to thank them for doing such a nice thing. I heard they do things like this all the time. All the guys there were nice and pleasant. I wish I could buy a car from them. If I could I would. Thank you for making a little girl very happy. It was the best Christmas present we could have gotten. Thank you Newton Subaru World and thank you Project Self Sufficiency. God Bless You Thank you Subaru World of Newton, you’re a wonderful example for other businesses in the community.”

Season of Hope