Who needs love in your life?
Nominate someone in your life that could use a little extra love. Tell us about needy family, a single mom, a senior citizen, or anyone you can think of that could use some magic this holiday season.
Mark Miller Subaru has $6,000 to provide help – from $25 all the way up to $1,000 per need.
Submit your nomination here!
Another Way to Share The Love!
In partnership with Mountain West Cider, and to highlight the important work of Suba Bleu Miller, Mark Miller Subaru’s adopted shelter dog, we’re excited to announce a limited edition Cider that will be available for the duration of Share The Love: Suba Bleu Cider. A portion of the proceeds of all bottles sold of “Suba Bleu Cider” will be donated to both Volunteers of America and Nuzzles & Co. A limited quantity of these specially branded bottles of Cider exist and can only be purchased at participating locations, including:
- Mountain West Cider (the distillery who created Suba Bleu Cider)
- Good Grammar
- We Olive
- Rib and Chop House
- Even Stevens (Downtown and Sugar House locations)
- Tin Angel
- Laziz Kitchen
Even More Ways to Share the Love
Nothing is more powerful than love when it’s given away. Which is why, when you get a new Subaru during the annual Share the Love Event, Subaru will donate $250 to its charity partners: Meals on Wheels, the ASPCA, Make-A-Wish, or the National Park Foundation, bringing the 10 year total to over 115 million dollars. And this year there are two charities close to our hearts at Mark Miller Subaru: the VOA’s Homeless Youth Resource Center and Nuzzles & Co. Pet Rescue. And when one of these two charities is selected by Subaru Purchaser or lessee, Mark Miller Subaru will donate an additional $50 taking the total donation to $300 per Subaru sold or leased during the 10th annual Subaru Share The Love event.
Last year, Subaru and its retailers donated over $24 million to charity. Let’s do that, and even more, this holiday season. The Subaru Share the Love Event, now through January second.
Help is on the way. Happiness is the side-effect of doing good. Because we’re all in this together.