From left, Chris Dunn from Evergreen Subaru, Steve Hoogendorn of Subaru of New England and Doug Weisz, managing owner of Evergreen Subaru, present a donation to Steve Costello, executive director of philanthropy at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center, Kirsten Walter, director of the St. Mary’s Nutrition Center, and Jay Fiori, Good Food Bus market leader.

AUBURN — Evergreen Subaru recently wrapped up its Subaru Share the Love Campaign by presenting checks to two local nonprofit organizations.

This year, for the first time ever, Evergreen Subaru named two charities to be the recipients of the campaign: $12,500 to the St. Mary’s Nutrition Center in Lewiston and $10,000 to Central Maine Adaptive Sports in Auburn.

From left, Chris Dunn of Evergreen Subaru, Steve Hoogendorn of Subaru of New England, Andrew Ingram, Glenn Briggs, Tate Ray and Regina Kahkonen, all representing Central Maine Adaptive Services, along with Doug Weisz of Evergreen Subaru and Christy Gardner and Josh Brown, and Jen Cativera, front, from Central Maine Adaptive Sports. Evergreen Subaru donated to Central Maine Adaptive Sports as part of its Share the Love campaign.

Over the past eight years, Evergreen Subaru, along with Subaru of America, has been able to invest over $175,00 to local organizations through the Share the Love program. Within the next month, Evergreen Subaru will announce the 2021 Hometown Charity, the next local organization which will benefit from the Subaru Share the Love program.


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