Stanley Subaru Supports Community Health
Stanley Subaru is partnering with Healthy Acadia throughout the month of July to support community health programming across the Downeast region. Guests of Stanley Subaru’s detailing department this month will have the option to have Stanley Subaru donate to one of three of Healthy Acadia’s program areas: early childhood development, tobacco prevention and cessation, and anti-hunger/food security work.
“We are honored to work with Stanley Subaru to highlight these community health needs,” said Shoshona Smith, Healthy Acadia’s Development Coordinator. “And it’s wonderful to think you can get a car service and feel like you’re making a positive difference in the community at the same time.”
Stanley Subaru has a long history of giving back to the community. “We love our community here, and we want to help everyone enjoy it to the fullest. We are proud to support groups that improve the quality of life of our communities. That’s why Stanley Subaru supports local healthcare, arts programs, education, and animal welfare,” said Spencer Patterson King, Stanley Subaru’s Communications Coordinator. “We’ve participated in Healthy Acadia projects like the Hancock County Food Drive several times, and we’re really looking forward to supporting their great, local programming more directly as a way to share in the success of our recent improvements to our service department.”
Healthy Acadia is a 501(c)3 non-profit community health organization serving Hancock and Washington counties. They provide a wide range of programming and resources to address community health needs for all. In addition to the initiatives that featured through this partnership, program areas include substance prevention and treatment access, physical activity and obesity prevention, nutrition education, chronic disease treatment and management, and healthy aging. As a grant- and donation funded organization, Healthy Acadia depends on community support to continue and grow these resources.
Stanley’s Subaru donations on behalf of its detailing guests will have a significant impact in the three highlighted program areas and enable Healthy Acadia to strengthen and grow these community health resources. Are you interested in getting your car detailed? Maybe now’s the time!
Visit www.HealthyAcadia.org or contact Shoshona Smith at [email protected] or by calling 667-7171 ext. 10 to learn more about their programming or to volunteer. Visit www.StanleySubaru.com to check out their cars and car services or call 667-4641 to schedule a service.