The 2023 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award

The 2023 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award

We've been nationally recognized for our dedication to our community and the Subaru Love Promise.

We're honored to receive the 2023 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award. This award nationally recognizes Subaru retailers who are making the world a better place while demonstrating an outstanding commitment to supporting passions and causes in local communities. These efforts are focused in important areas such as the environment, community, health, education, and pets.


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 Subaru of Georgetown dedicated locally to the Love Promise?

Subaru of Georgetown is committed to the Subaru Love Promise by getting involved with our community in everyway that we can. Subaru of Georgetown works with local schools, hospitals, rescue centers and charities to try and make a difference in our community.

Austin Wildlife Rescue

Capitol Best Robotics

Georgetown Sertoma

Dell Childrens Hospital Circle of Friends

Did Subaru of Georgetown 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 Subaru of Georgetown

Subaru and Subaru of Georgetown 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

Underdog Lucy Finds FURever Love - Shawn G - Shawn G

We’re so happy to partner with Subaru to highlight shelter dogs, especially underdogs like Lucy. This whippet mix was surrendered at age 7 and had a hard time adapting to the shelter environment. Timid by nature, she was terrified by all the unfamiliar noises, sights, and smells. Thanks to the care and patience of staff and volunteers, she opened up enough to go on walks and interact with visitors. Lucy was adopted during Subaru Loves Pets month by a family with a Greyhound, and she is now living her best life. Subaru’s campaign brought us extra visibility, just when Lucy needed it. Thank you, Subaru of Georgetown, for the generous funding AND awareness given to Georgetown Animal Shelter!

Georgetown Animal Shelter
Underdog Lucy Finds FURever Love - Shawn G

Red Poppy Kid's Charity Ride 2022 - Chris B

Subaru of Georgetown is proud to once again sponsor the Red Poppy Ride. The Red Poppy Ride benefits the SERTOMA scholarship program for Georgetown ISD and the Williamson County Children's Advocacy Center. This year the Red Poppy Ride was held on April 2nd, 2022. The ride started at Richarte High School, Georgetown, TX. There are five well-supported routes of approx. 12 miles (Family Circle), 29 miles, 40 miles, and 62 miles, so there’s something for everyone. All routes pedal through moderately flat terrain interspersed with rolling hills on the eastern side of Williamson County.

Red Poppy Ride - SERTOMA Scholarship Program
Red Poppy Kid's Charity Ride 2022

Dell Children's Hospital - Rick D

Patients battling blood cancer are in the fight of their lives. Every three minutes in the U.S., a new patient joins those diagnosed with leukemia, lymphoma, or myeloma. The recovery is long and often leaves them feeling weak, cold, and isolated. June 2022 marks the 7th year that Subaru has partnered with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) to bring love and hope to these brave patients in the form of warm blankets and hand-written notes of encouragement. Subaru of Georgetown in Georgetown, TX, is proud to be a part of this effort. By the end of the year, Subaru and retailers across the nation will have delivered more than 230,000 blankets, 31,000 arts and crafts kits, and thousands of messages of hope, written by retailers and customers, to these patients carrying on their brave fight. We hope these blankets and messages will spread warmth, love, and hope where they’re needed most and will let these strong people and their families know we care. You can help bring hope to those battling cancer by stopping into Subaru of Georgetown to write a message of hope that will be delivered to patients in our community. Pictured: Subaru of Georgetown and Mary Fisher of Dell Children’s Hospital help distribute blankets to help comfort patients at Dell Children’s.

Dell Children's Hospital
Dell Children's Hospital

Purl Elementary School - Georgetown ISD - Chris B

Subaru of Georgetown in Georgetown is proud to adopt classrooms at Annie Purl Elementary School. This August, for Subaru Loves Learning month, we are excited to provide teachers with the flexible funding to purchase the school supplies and resources they need to help their students thrive in the classroom. Subaru believes that all students deserve an equal and fair opportunity at a quality education. Subaru of Georgetown is proud to join Subaru of America and other retailers by partnering with to help make a difference in the lives of 300,000 students in high needs schools across the country, including students at Annie Purl Elementary School in Georgetown.

Annie Purl Elementary School
Purl Elementary School - Georgetown ISD

From Zero to Three Subarus - Donna C

In Feb 2021 we had never owned a Subaru. My son and daughter showed up at Subaru of Georgetown and met Spencer and truly...the rest is history! Outback purchased the same day, Forester the next day, and a Crosstrek two months later! Six months after my son rolled his Outback down a canyon in Utah AND SURVIVED! Needless to say we became Subaru lovers and believers!

From Zero to Three Subarus

Austin Wildlife Rescue - Hayley H

Austin Wildlife Rescue is so honored to be part of the Share the Love program! This year we have seen a significant increase in the number of orphaned and injured wild animals dropped off at our intake center. For the first time, we are on-track to care for over 10,000 animals from Austin and the surrounding counties. The generous funds from the Share the Love event (totaling $40,016!) helped us keep up with this unexpected increase. More animals, means more formula, food, and medical care and supplies. It also means more caging to accommodate these animals. We nearly ran out of cages this year and were able to purchase more because of Subaru. These cages are not cheap and as the cost of supplies and materials continues to increase, so does the price of each one. Thank you to everyone at Subaru of Georgetown for helping us care for so many wild animals this year!

Austin Wildlife Rescue
Austin Wildlife Rescue

Underdog Finds Forever Home - Shawn G

Courage lives up to his name. A true Underdog, he came to the Georgetown Animal Shelter from a home with neglectful living conditions and into a crowded shelter. Plus, as an American Bulldog mix, he falls into the general category of animals that are harder to adopt out. Once at the shelter, Courage overcame his initial shyness and flourished, but for six long weeks, visitors overlooked him amongst the noisier or maybe the fluffier dogs. Finally, after being featured during the Subaru Loves Pets event, Courage found his forever home. He wished us well and trotted off with his new family with barely a second glance. The animals at the shelter had a terrific month, thanks to Subaru of Georgetown featuring dogs and cats throughout the month and promoting adoption. 59 companion animals found their forever homes in October, bringing our total number of adoptions so far this year to 514. Thank you to Subaru of Georgetown for making a difference in the lives of homeless animals! We’re so grateful for everything they do to make our community a better place.

Underdog Finds Forever Home

Hope Alliance - Subaru Loves to Help - Rick D

Through our Love Promise, a commitment to support our local communities, Subaru of Georgetown is proud to partner with Hope Alliance Women's Shelter by delivering water-resistant blankets and warm socks to help those in need this winter season. More than 500,000 Americans experience homelessness each night. Last November, as part of Subaru Loves to Help, Subaru of America and Subaru of Georgetown donated 50,000 warm blankets to local homeless shelters across the country. This November, we are doing it again, bringing our donation total to 100,000 blankets donated. And in addition to more blankets, we will also be donating 50,000 pairs of socks, all to help those in need. Showing warmth and compassion for those who find themselves without a roof over their heads this season is just one of the ways Subaru of Georgetown is doing even more to make a difference.

Hope Alliance
Hope Alliance - Subaru Loves to Help

Thank You for Supporting Make-A-Wish - Shelby G

Thank you so much to Subaru of Georgetown for your incredible support during the Share the Love campaign. During a tremendously challenging year for our community and our wish kids, your support gave our children a wellspring of strength to keep fighting for better and brighter days ahead. - Shelby Gill, Chief Development Officer, Make-A-Wish Central and South Texas. More About Subaru and Make-A-Wish: After 13 years, Subaru of America Inc. and its participating retailers will have donated more than $200 million to select charities through its annual Subaru Share the Love Event. Since 2011, Make-A-Wish has received more than $23 million of those funds, a generous sum that has enabled us to grant more than 2,500 wishes.

Thank You for Supporting Make-A-Wish

Ruby Finds Furever Love - Gtown Animal Shelter - Shawn G

We know that Subaru of Georgetown works to make our community a better place, in part by supporting local nonprofits. In October 2020, we saw that commitment at a more personal level when Subaru of Georgetown selected the Georgetown Animal Shelter as its partner for Subaru Loves Pets. In addition to donating $100 for each animal adopted during the month, Subaru of Georgetown featured our dogs and cats that were looking for new families. The most poignant story from among the featured pets was Ruby. Ruby came to the Georgetown Animal Shelter in August after being saved from carbon monoxide poisoning and resuscitated by emergency responders. Happily, her neglectful owner agreed to surrender Ruby in her best interest. Staff evaluated her general health, updated her vaccinations, gave her a behavior assessment test, and put her up for adoption…where she sat for almost three months, watching other dogs come and go. Ruby was harder to adopt out because she was very reactive to other animals, plus she had heartworms. Finally, after months of promoting her and shortly after she was featured by Subaru of Georgetown, Ruby’s perfect person noticed her and came to adopt her. We were thrilled, needless to say, and so was Ruby and her new human. Thank you, Subaru of Georgetown, for featuring homeless animals like Ruby and increasing their visibility among potential adopters. We deeply appreciate your partnership.

Georgetown Animal Shelter
Ruby Finds Furever Love - Gtown Animal Shelter