The 2021 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award

The 2021 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 2021 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 Young 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.

Local Shelters

South Ogden City Parks and Recreation

Weber School District

South Ogden City Counsel

Intermountain Health Care

Did Young 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 Young Subaru

Subaru and Young 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

Treehouse Museum Check Donation - Skylar F

The Ogden Treehouse Museum is a place near and dear to our hearts here at Young Subaru. They are a local reading-oriented museum that encourages kids to "step into a story" via hand-on activities and exhibits. Some of these exhibits include a diner where the children can wait on customers or flip burgers on the grill. Another is shopping at a grocery store or even building castles and playing with knights! Young Subaru had the wonderful opportunity of presenting the Treehouse Museum with a check to help with any upcoming events or future exhibits.

Treehouse Museum
Treehouse Museum Check Donation

12,500 Pantry Packs - Skylar F

Young Subaru along with America First Credit Union, Young Caring For Our Young, and the rest of the Young Automotive Group got together to help children in the state of Utah and Idaho. 1 in 5 kids are food insecure. That means that they might not have something to eat on the weekends when school lunch and breakfast aren’t available. Each store in the Young Automotive Group got together and assembled 500 pantry packs each. These packs are meals used by schools to sustain youngsters over the weekend. We had such a great time working together at Young Subaru to put these together for the children!

Young Caring For Our Young
12,500 Pantry Packs

Get Out and Live - Skylar F

GOAL is a local company that participates, volunteers, and spectates at recreational events, programs, and activities. They want those in the local community to thrive and have a healthier body, mind, and spirit. Young Subaru along with Young Caring for our Young got together a donation of $14,787.11 for the company. One of our biggest mottos here is to #ThinkYoung. By doing that, we are using our vehicles to get out and do the things we love. By GOAL supporting that same idea, we are helping those in the communities around us go and do the things they love!

GOAL Foundation
Get Out and Live

10,000 Pantry Packs - Skylar F

In September of 2020, Young Subaru participated in a Young Automotive group-wide pantry pack event. We supplied and put together a total of 10,000 pantry packs for students that attend Ogden and Weber schools. These pantry packs are bags of food that students take home for the weekend so they can get the nourishment they need while being away from school. Without these packs, they would not have food to eat.

Young Caring For Our Young
10,000 Pantry Packs

Helping Russy Get His Vision Back - Skylar F

At Young Subaru, we have something special in common with our customers: Our love for animals runs deep. When our customer, Rhonda, Russy's foster mom, reached out to us and told us the story about Russy — we knew we needed to help. We asked our customers and employees, if their finances allow, to donate to help Russy get the surgery he needs to get his sight back. Together, we ended up raising $1,465 for Russy and the New Beginning Animal Rescue!

A New Beginning Animal Rescue
Helping Russy Get His Vision Back

Wrapped Up for Winter - Skylar F

On December 4th, 2020 Young Subaru got together with Stacey of the Lantern House. With the help of Subaru of America, we donated blankets to help keep the residents of the Lantern House warm for the winter. The Lantern House is located up the street from Young Subaru in Ogden Utah. They support the local community by offering shelter for men, women, and families. They also provide breakfast and lunch for the community and dinner for Lantern House Residents. On top of that they help those that need assistance obtaining important legal documents, bus tokens, health care, guide clients as they transition from shelter to a more permanent housing solution. Here at Young Subaru we are proud to help support those residents even if we couldn’t hand them out individually due to COVID-19.

Wrapped Up for Winter

Subaru in the Community Love Promise - Tyson W

Tyson Walker the general manager of Young Subaru noticed a need in his community and decided to act. Young Subaru has donated to multiple schools across their community.

Young Subaru

Young Subaru Gives Love to Cancer Patients - Stacie K

It was a beautiful June morning when the dedicated employees of Young Subaru met with LLS staff and volunteers to deliver notes of encouragement and warm blankets to the patients at Ogden Regional Hospital. The hospital staff joyfully greeted the packed-to-the-brim Subaru Outback’s as they pulled in front of the hospital entrance, ready to show cancer patients at Ogden Regional that Subaru truly Loves To Care. As boxes, craft kits, and care cards were unloaded; smiles, hugs and handshakes between the grateful hospital staff and Subaru employees were exchanged. “This partnership is the highlight of my year!” Tyson Walker Subaru General Manager commented, “I love the opportunity we get to help our local patient community, especially since it hits so close to home for our Young Subaru team.” Joining Tyson at the blanket delivery were two Subaru employees who recently lost their young family member to Acute Myeloid Leukemia. As these two employees helped to carefully unload blankets, care cards and craft kits, they were visibly moved. This blanket delivery meant so much more to these employees than just giving away items to patients. Delivering blankets represented giving back; giving back to the hospital that provided treatment for their loved one, giving back to the employees at the hospital that stood by their side throughout the fight, and giving back strength and comfort to the patients continuing their battle. “It was amazing to see the love and emotion coming from the Young Subaru employees,” commented LLS employee, Emily Milam, “They truly love their employees and their community. The fact that we at LLS get to be a part of that community is inspiring and keeps me excited to work every day to find a cure for blood cancers.”

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Young Subaru Gives Love to Cancer Patients

Young Subaru Connects With The Cancer Community - Emily M

On June 25th, employees from Young Subaru teamed up with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to deliver warmth and hope in the form of 80 blankets and special notes to cancer patients at Ogden Regional Hospital. “I made a point to come to today's delivery because it's very special to me as my family is dealing with our own cancer diagnosis.” Lisa, an employee at Young Subaru remarked, “My 5-year-old granddaughter is battling a rare form of leukemia called Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Whatever I can do to spread a little bit of hope to other families dealing with the same thing my family is going through- I will do it!” Lisa and other Young Subaru employees talked with hospital staff and volunteers as they made their delivery. They discovered that one volunteer at the hospital, Carol, was a blood cancer survivor herself. As Lisa gave Carol a blanket they shared a moment of mutual experience and struggle. “These blanket deliveries are my favorite part of the year,” commented Tyson Walker, Young Subaru manager, “because of the connection we get to make with people like Carol. We love being able to help our local patients however we can!”

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Young Subaru Connects With The Cancer Community

Subaru Delivers More Than A Meal - Nancy G

Our Subaru is definitely very eye-catching! As the Senior Center Supervisor, I love hearing from people of all ages and lifestyles that they saw “The Subaru” parked across the street or visiting their neighbor. Visibility is important with Meals on Wheels because it helps to bring awareness and with awareness comes an acknowledgement of our needs. Delivering a meal to the neighbor across the street is just the beginning of taking care of our client’s needs. Arranging for snow removal, lawn care, housekeeping or other needs is another part of the picture. That neighbor may not have known that their neighbor was in need but now they are able to offer snow removal or lawn care. Just another piece of the necessary services that help to keep a senior in their own home. We have kept our Subaru in the spotlight the past few months to draw people in to fundraising activities and to encourage those questions that result in new volunteers. The Subaru was outside the front door welcoming guests to our March for Meals BINGO nights throughout the month of March. A large banner inside the building and the Subaru logo on advertising for the event helped those participating to be aware of how amazing our partnership is with Subaru. Another fun event was our second annual Soap Dish Derby. The Subaru hauled most of our supplies to the Meals on Wheels fundraising event that included food for sale and the entrance fees from all of the racers. A picture staged at the beginning of the event drew much attention from our community and resulted in three new volunteers following the event! Pop up banners gave credit to Subaru while also encouraging volunteering and participation at the Senior Center. Our Subaru has become an essential piece of the services that we provide.

Brigham City Senior Center
Subaru Delivers More Than A Meal