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Subaru Hawaiʻi to Donate $50K to Six Nonprofits

November 5, 2018, 10:14 AM HST
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L-R: Melan Evangelista & Judina Hass of Servco Subaru Maui and Nancy Willis of Maui Humane Society (File: 2017).

Subaru Hawaiʻi announced that it will be increasing its donation from $30,000 to $50,000 to six Hawaiʻi nonprofits as part of its annual “Share the Love” campaign.

The campaign, which runs from November 1 through December 31, will benefit six nonprofit organizations across Hawaiʻi including Love Partner, Alzheimer’s Association, and Aloha Chapter.

For every new Subaru vehicle purchased in Hawaiʻi between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2018, Subaru Hawaiʻi will donate $250 up to $50,000. The funds will be divided evenly among the six nonprofits.

This year’s six nonprofit beneficiaries are focused on areas that Subaru Hawaiʻi is committed to making a difference in: animals, the environment, and caring for people in need.

  • Maui Humane Society
  • Kauaʻi Humane Society
  • Hawaiian Humane Society
  • Hawaiʻi Island Humane Society
  • Alzheimer’s Association, Aloha Chapter
  • Sustainable Coastlines Hawaiʻi

“These nonprofit organizations are making a tremendous, positive impact in our communities,” said Glenn Inouye, senior vice president, Subaru Hawaiʻi and Servco Pacific Inc. “We are proud to support nonprofits that align with our Love Promise focused on Pets, the Earth, and Care for the well-being of others. We’re also excited to have the Alzheimer’s Association, Aloha Chapter, as a new partner.”


Over the past seven years of the “Share the Love” campaign, Subaru Hawaiʻi has donated $195,000 to local nonprofits.


Subaru Hawaiʻi is asking the public to post their stories to social media and “share the love” by educating others about these deserving nonprofits. The public can use the hashtag, #ShareTheLove808 if they or a loved one have been impacted by a specific partner organization. More information can be found on

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