The 2022 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award

The 2022 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 2022 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 Reliable Subaru dedicated locally to the Love Promise?

At Reliable Subaru we believe in giving back to the community. Our Love Promise can be seen in various partnerships with local charities and non-profits that we work with throughout the year. We're excited and honored to be a part of the Springfield community and to have opportunities to give back to great area causes.

CARE (Castaway Animal Rescue)

Springfield Parks and Rec

Care to Learn

Did Reliable 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 Reliable Subaru

Subaru and Reliable 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

Team Anderson shares in the Love - Heather A

Team Anderson at York Elementary in Springfield, MO is grateful to Reliable Subaru for their generous donation. This donation is helping us learn and grow this year. We could not have done all that we do without our community!

Team Anderson shares in the Love

Raya & Stormy - Fight To Live - Katie N

In the last couple of weeks, multiple innocent animals have been found all alone at our gates. Stormy and Raya are just two of the puppies our staff have found, and unfortunately, they both tested positive for parvo - a very severe and deadly disease! Stormy and Raya were immediately given fluids through IV's and syringe fed to give them much needed nutrients. After days of fighting high temperatures and no appetites, Stormy began to improve, giving us hope that he will have a long and healthy life with just a little bit more tender love and care. But as he started to recover, Raya began to plateau, causing concern. Our staff have been giving Raya extra care including syringe feeding, cold packs to bring down her temperature and more fluids. After receiving intensive care and IV fluids in a desperate attempt to save them, both Raya and Stormy have FULLY RECOVERED and found their new forever homes! The care that parvo-positive puppies need can be a costly one, but thanks to supporters like you, we are able to continue to save the lives of innocent animals like Raya and Stormy. Thanks for your support, Subaru!

Humane Society of Southwest Missouri
Raya & Stormy - Fight To Live

Kindergarten Class Donation - Desiree T

I am a Kindergarten Teacher in a Title 1 School and Subaru donated crayons, white boards, dry erase markers, colored pencils, and pop-its. My students have benefited greatly from this donation!

Kindergarten Class Donation

Subaru Donates Blankets To Chub O’Reilly Cancer Center - Coral V

Some of the team at Reliable Subaru delivered blankets, arts & craft kits, and messages of hope to the Chub O’Reilly Cancer Center as part of Subaru Loves to Care month! The messages were written by Subaru customers and employees in the hopes of giving encouragement to those fighting cancer. Chub O’Reilly Cancer Center is home to the latest in cancer technology and treatment, including daVinci robotic-assisted surgery and the Springfield, MO, area’s only TomoTherapy and Cyberknife treatment options. Patients and families have access to the Cancer Resource Center, which provides ongoing educational, emotional, nutritional, practical and spiritual support. Reliable Subaru is proud to partner with this organization.

Chub O'Reilly Cancer Center
Subaru Donates Blankets To Chub O’Reilly Cancer Center

Subaru and Families of Sick Children - Bonnie K

For the 3rd year, Reliable Subaru has helped Springfield's two Ronald McDonald House programs through their Share the Love Event. Raising more than $40,600, these funds are providing families of sick children a place to call home during their child's hospitalization. Helping up to 24 families on any given night, the Ronald McDonald Houses specialize in providing a “home-away-from-home”, comfort and kindness when it's needed most. We’ve welcomed nearly 14,800 families since our program began in 1988. Thanks to the generosity of Reliable Subaru, we are able to provide a hopeful, peaceful, courageous place for families. We do our best to take away as many worries as possible so our families can focus on their ill child.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ozarks, Inc

Reliable Subaru Loves to Help - The Rare Breed - Coral V

Reliable Subaru, partnered with Subaru of America, honored National Homeless Youth Awareness month by donating 82 blankets to The Rare Breed Youth Outreach Center in Downtown Springfield, Missouri. The Rare Breed is the youth outreach program branch of The Kitchen, Inc. that focuses on ages 13-24. The Rare Breed focuses on displaced youth, by helping them overcome trauma and poverty, so that they are able to go on and lead healthy adult lives.

The Rare Breed
Reliable Subaru Loves to Help - The Rare Breed

Underdogs Juneau and Brownie Love at Last - LINDAKAY W

This is the story of two dogs that needed love and found it with the help of Reliable Subaru. Juneau, a Catahoula mix dog is beautiful and stunning to see. As we discovered after she was left at our shelter, Juneau is partially blind and fully deaf. She is a very sweet dog and we would not have been able to diagnose these issues with clarity without the help of funds from the Subaru Love Promise promotion. Juneau was adopted to a loving home, that understands her health issues and loves her for who she is in October. Another of our Underdogs is Brownie, a chocolate lab mix dog, around 8 years old. Brownie was found one morning when our staff came to the shelter. Brownie had been left, abandoned in the night tied to our gate. He is a truly loving dog, full of energy like a puppy even though we think he is close to eight years of age. We were able to give Brownie a through vetting, checking him as a senior dog for any issues that come with age, We were able to do this through help from the Reliable Subaru funding from Subaru Love Promise for pets. Brownie found a true loving Forever Home in October. Both of these dogs had issues, Juneau, deaf and partially blind, and Brownie, a senior dog that many shelters would have euthanized. We thank Reliable Subaru and the national Subaru organization for assisting our shelter with vetting costs that helped these deserving dogs go to their loving "Forever Homes".

Underdogs Juneau and Brownie Love at Last

“Home-Away-From Home” - Bonnie K

Reliable Subaru’s “Share the Love” Event Provides a “Home-Away-From Home”for Families of Sick Children Every year, hundreds of families find a “home-away-from-home” at Springfield’s two Ronald McDonald Houses while their seriously ill and injured children receive treatment at local hospitals. This is only possible because of great people and companies like Reliable Subaru, Subaru of America Inc and of course, amazing Subaru customers! The Ronald McDonald Houses were built on the simple idea that nothing else should matter when a family is focused on healing their child. The Houses help families during one of the most vulnerable and scary times of their lives. Thanks to efforts like the “Share the Love” Event, the Houses are able to take care of families so they can be there for their sick child. On any given night, up to 24 families are staying at Springfield’s Ronald McDonald Houses. (PHOTO: The Connolly Family benefited from the Ronald McDonald House near Cox South for more than 100 nights while their son, Jack was hospitalized.)

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ozarks, Inc
“Home-Away-From Home”

Southwest Missouri Humane Society Food Drive - Rebecca P

During the month of October, Reliable Subaru teamed up locally with the Southwest Missouri Humane Society, to fill a Subaru Outback with their most needed items. The Southwest Missouri Humane Society is the largest NO KILL shelter in Southwest Missouri. They adopt over 3,500 pets into homes every year. They run their shelter on donations alone-no government assistance. Reliable Subaru was honored to be able to help the Southwest Missouri Humane Society. The Reliable Subaru team was able to collect a good amount of food, pet bedding, leashes, and treats!

Southwest Missouri Humane Society
Southwest Missouri Humane Society Food Drive

Ozark Humane Society, Harrison Arkansas - LindaKay W

On September 3, 2020, our shelter received a call from the Boone County Arkansas Sheriff, informing us of a hoarding situation in a very rural part of the county. The Sheriff's department as well as the Boone County Prosecutor's office, asked our shelter for help with over 30 dogs and puppies, some chained up, others running loose without food, water, or shelter. We stepped up and helped rescue these abandoned dogs. We were able to get all 34 dogs out in one day, thanks to four-wheel drive vehicles and trailers. All of the 34 dogs were infested with fleas and ticks, starving, and dehydrated. After being vetted, the dogs were shown to have a bacterial infection that required treatment for 3 weeks. We were able to take 12 out the 35 dogs and were able to nurture them back to perfect health. During their treatments, we started preparing the dogs for adoption by making sure they all had their shots and were spayed or neutered. Thanks to Subaru's generous support during the Subaru Loves Pets Adoption Event, we were able to cover most of the costs of preparing these deserving dogs to go to their Forever Homes. Thank you, Subaru, for helping us offer these abandoned and abused dogs a better life filled with love, warmth, and affection. Linda Kay Watters

Ozarks Humane Society
Ozark Humane Society, Harrison Arkansas