Share The Love History at Clay Subaru

Our Favorite Event of The Year

Every year the Subaru Share the Love Event takes place from mid-November through the first couple of days in January. Since inception of the Subaru Share the Love Event, over $225 million has been donated across the United States to both national and hometown charities. Clay Subaru is so proud to play a crucial part. This is all part of our commitment to our community and to the Subaru Love Promise.

What Is Share The Love?

From mid-November through the first couple days of January, customers choose a charity and $250 is donated from Subaru and Clay Subaru for their new car purchase or lease from Clay Subaru. We are also incredibly proud to add our own matched donation at the end of it all! This gives our Norwood area drivers the opportunity to take home an award-winning vehicle, all while giving back to a cause they care about.

Over $313,000 Donated On Behalf Of Clay Subaru

Since 2013, Clay Subaru has happily donated over $313,000 to both national and hometown charities! The national charities include ASPCA, Make-A-Wish, Meals On Wheels and the National Park Foundation.

When Subaru introduced the opportunity for its retailers to choose a local charity that both the employees and customers care about, Clay Subaru chose Fisher House Of Boston. We have been partnered with them for the Share the Love Event ever since.

Fisher House of Boston

Clay Subaru is proud to partner with Fisher House of Boston. This incredible charity provides a welcome embrace for military families during difficult times. Your purchase will ensure our honorable service members and their families receive the mental, emotional, and psychological support they need in their time of need. Take a look at their mission statement.

To provide a home away from home where military families can stay while a loved one is receiving in-house treatment at any of our world-renowned medical centers in Boston or at the VA Healthcare Systems in West Roxbury.

Join us in helping families stay connected when they need it most.