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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 Grand Prix Subaru 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.

Nassau County ASPCA

Wildlife Conservation Society

Hicksville High School

cohen children's medical center

Northwell Health Foundation

Did Grand Prix Subaru 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 Grand Prix Subaru

Subaru and Grand Prix Subaru 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

Leonardo DiCorgio - Heather A

We have volunteered for Short & Stumpy Pups dba Our Best Friends Rescue for over seven years. Sometimes we foster pups and other times we help transport dogs to and from the rescue or to their new furever homes. From the moment we met Leo we knew we wanted him to be with us and our pack of Corgis. There was something about him that tugged at our heartstrings more than most, He was scared and had a sadness about him that we had to heal. Forward a few weeks and Leo has now joined our little family and is a different dog! He smiles all the time and brings joy to whoever he meets. His is a gentle old soul who wants nothing more than treats and belly rubs. Thanks to everyone at the rescue and to Grand Prix Subaru for their sponsorship of a group that we hold close to our hearts.

Short & Stumpy Pups dba Our Best Friends Rescue
Leonardo DiCorgio

The Queen Corgi - Linda M

2022 started out badly for me. First, I lost my husband of 62 years and then I lost my Corgi, Honey B. No words can describe the loneliness I was experiencing. Try as they may, friends and family could not penetrate the quiet each night when everyone went home and I was alone again. I reached out to Pattie at Short & Stumpy Pups dba Our Best Friends Rescue in the hope they would be able to find me a new best friend to fill the emptiness in my heart. As a senior citizen, many rescues would not adopt to me, so I prayed that Pattie and her organization would see past my age and give me a chance to share my life with a little fur kid once again. After speaking to Pattie & Judy at length and making arrangements in case something ever happened they introduced me to Queen Lizzie. Elizabeth aka Lizzie had spent her entire life of 8 years in a puppy mill in Pennsylvania. It was a horrible life but the rescue does everything they can to find pups like me great homes where they can live out their lives with kindness and love. The gratitude that a rescue dog feels is like no other. They know they are safe and will never be alone again, kind of like me. As soon as we met it was true love. I cried and was overjoyed. Lizzie wiggled her little body all over the place with excitement. We went home together that day and will never be apart again. Many thanks to Short & Stumpy Pups for knowing that even us seniors need the companionship of a dog. I would be lost without my Lizzie girl.

The Queen Corgi

Spreading Love and Warmth through blankets- Morgan W. - Morgan W

On Friday, June 10th the LLS Metro NY Chapter and Grand Prix Subaru had the pleasure of delivering 80 blankets and arts and crafts kits to Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center in New Hyde Park as part of the Subaru Loves to Care Program. These blankets were received by the Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center staff who were thrilled to arrange delivery for their patients. Many thanks to everyone at Grand Prix Subaru for not only an incredible day, but for their continued support of LLS’s mission to cure blood cancers and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Spreading Love and Warmth through blankets- Morgan W.

A match made from the rainbow bridge - Nadene M

Kenny and his family were mourning the loss of their beloved Boxer, Kleo. One day he stumbled upon an Instagram post of ours about a litter of puppies that had just survived the deadly Parvovirus. We were looking for committed homes willing to continue to help these puppies thrive physically and mentally. While going through the adoption process, it just so happened that Kenny lived less than a mile from our NY coordinator who had taken the puppies in. During his home visit, they began to chat and it turns out that that very same coordinator had purchased a Subaru Outback from the same dealership that Kenny works at. Kenny was kind enough to facilitate our involvement in this wonderful promotion offered by Subaru. We were lucky enough to find him and his wonderful family their newest four legged family member.

Adopt a Boxer
A match made from the rainbow bridge

3rd Annual "Make a Dog's Day" Event - KATHY Y

On October 22, 2021 Grand Prix Subaru had the pleasure of partnering with the Nassau County SPCA and participate in Subaru’s 3rd Annual “Make a Dog’s Day” campaign event. This is Subaru's annual nationwide campaign to help animals in need, with a special emphasis on hard-to-adopt shelter dogs. Last year, the campaign found homes for more than 22,000 pets nationwide. Subaru says it's a day dedicated to making all dogs feel loved and cared for. Throughout this year's campaign, Subaru will again champion special needs, hard-to-adopt shelter dogs— ones Subaru refers to as the "Underdogs". These are dogs that are older and are deaf, blind and "different". Pets add so much joy to our lives, and in October, Subaru dedicates the month to returning that love to our furry friends at home, as well as shelter pets in need of loving homes. Customers from both Grand Prix Subaru and the Nassau County SPCA were greeted by these loveable 4 legged animals with lots of tail wags and wet kisses. As of this writing, 2 of these “Underdogs” were in process to find their forever homes. We can’t thank the SPCA enough for their support and dedication to help save these animals. More importantly, thank you to all the families that attended this event and opened their hearts to adoption. Because of their love and support, these Underdogs will now live out their remaining years surrounded in love.

GRAND PRIX SUBARU
3rd Annual "Make a Dog's Day" Event

Donating the use of Grand Prix Subaru Cars - Rachel R

When the COVID numbers started spiking and so many people were donating their time to help front line workers and first responders in need, Grand Prix Subaru figured out a way that they too can help. They donated the use of their cars to Goldatech, a company making PPE for all of the front line workers and first responders. This was a way to ensure that the donated personal protective equipment being made would make it to all of those who were in need, safely and securely. I am so proud to be a part of the Grand Prix Subaru community!

Goldatech
Donating the use of Grand Prix Subaru Cars

Hicksville Garden Civic Association Donation - Nicholas S

Grand Prix Subaru truly goes above and beyond for their community. During this time of uncertainty, Grand Prix has taken the time, and effort to donate to their local civic association scholarship program. Actions speak much louder than words, and at Grand Prix Subaru they don’t just “say” they want to help their local communities, they actually do so. Thank you, Grand Prix, for your donations!

Hicksville Gardens Civic Association
Hicksville Garden Civic Association Donation

Donating Blankets! - Leanna R

It is just incredible to see pillars of our community giving back! When I tell you, I was floored when I found out that a local car dealership was volunteering time out of their day to visit urban areas and donate blankets to the homeless, I almost couldn’t believe it. Grand Prix Subaru truly holds true to their promise on doing what they can to give back to their communities.

Donating Blankets!

Children's Cohen Medical Center - Carol P

On June 11, 2019 Grand Prix Subaru and the Long Island Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society had the pleasure of delivering blankets and arts & craft kits to Cohen Children’s Medical Center as part of the Subaru Loves To Care program. These comforting gifts were accompanied by personalized messages of hope written by the customers and staff of Grand Prix Subaru. Danielle Young, the special events coordinator for Cohen Children’s Medical Center, was thrilled to distribute these comforting gifts to their patients. The representative from Grand Prix Subaru, Dan Ross, shared that he was touched by the stories of the patients being treated there because some of his fellow employees have a connection to LLS’ mission. LLS is proud to partner with Subaru to spread hope, love and warmth to those fighting cancer, across the country and right here in our Long Island community.

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Children's Cohen Medical Center

Great Experience! - Adrian D

I was looking for a very specific car and my sales rep, Tom Cali, really put the time and effort to track down the options I was looking for. I was treated respectfully and the whole team made the experience great. Thank you Grand Prix Subaru!!. Love the new car!!

Great Experience!