Schaller Subaru has chosen Klingberg Family Centers as its local charity for the 14th annual Subaru “Share the Love” national campaign. During this time Subaru pledges to donate $250 to a charity with every new Subaru purchased or leased.
The Share the Love event runs through Jan. 3, 2022. The buyer or lessor of a new car may choose the local charity (Klingberg Family Centers) or a national charity. Over the last 5 years, this holiday campaign has raised over $104,000 for Klingberg, helping children and families in the Greater Hartford region.
“We know that our customers have a challenge in finding a new car this year. We will do our best to help them select the right vehicle for them. And by purchasing or leasing, they support a charity and share the love, too,” Schaller Auto World president Art Schaller said. “As a family-owned and -operated business, we believe that giving back to the community is just the right thing to do. We have long admired the work that Klingberg does for children and families in our communities.”
Founded in 1903, Klingberg Family Centers is a private, nonprofit multi-service agency providing help to thousands of persons across Connecticut each year through 20 distinct programs.
Klingberg’s main campus is located in New Britain, with an additional location in Hartford. Visit klingberg.org.
Schaller Auto World was founded by Gustave Schaller in 1953. They operate four dealerships: Schaller Honda and Schaller Mitsubishi in New Britain, Schaller Subaru in Berlin, and Schaller Acura in Manchester. Visit schallerauto.com.
As part of the Share the Love promotion, two antique cars will be on display in the Schaller Subaru showroom in Berlin. The 1914 Ford Model T Depot Hack and the 1930 Hupmobile Model S are part of the Auto Restoration Program in the Raymond Hill School at Klingberg Family Centers.