Jun 23, 2022
Locally, Austin Subaru selects organizations to support right here at home, and APA! is honored to be one of those partners since 2015! This generous company has firmly established a commitment to community involvement, and we couldn’t be happier to be a part of it.
2021 marked the seventh year that the employees of Austin Subaru have worked hard to assist our mission through this fundraiser, raising $80,000 and over $400,000 since the lifetime of the Share the Love event! This fundraiser launches each November and concludes in early January with the pledge to donate $250 with every new vehicle purchase or lease.
Not only does the Austin Subaru team recognize the importance of supporting local nonprofits with monetary gifts, they also recognize that the gift of time makes a big difference, too! To celebrate the accomplishment of their 2021 Share the Love fundraiser, we worked with the team to get them on-site, roll up their sleeves, and give of their valuable time! Thanks to this crew, our shelter received some TLC, including tackling a number of painting projects, helping to stuff our adopter bags with some fun goodies, and aiding our facilities team with building an awning that will help shade our clinic team and APA! fosters when conducting their carside appointments. This volunteer day is incredibly generous and just goes to show how deep the Austin Subaru support runs for our organization.
Austin Subaru’s contributions throughout these years have been incredibly impactful, allowing our teams the ability to give essential care to the pets that come through our doors. Their continued commitment helps APA! remain in a position to assist at-risk animals. Below are just a few examples of what we can do with generosity like theirs:
$100 — Provides intake vaccinations, dewormers, and spay/neuter for one puppy.
$225 — Provides immune-boosting IV Vitamin C for three puppies.
$500 — Supports maintenance and repair of current IV pumps.
$1,000 — Purchases a new IV pump to keep puppies hydrated and alive as they fight Parvovirus.