The 2022 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Commitment Award

The 2022 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Commitment Award

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

We're honored to receive the 2022 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Commitment Award. This award nationally recognizes elite Subaru retailers who provide an exceptional customer experience at every interaction with Subaru. These retailers have also demonstrated an outstanding commitment to supporting passions and causes in their local communities 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 Moon Township 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.

Animal Friends of Pittsburgh

Moon Area School District

Moon Area School District

Moon Area School District

Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

Did Subaru of Moon Township 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 Moon Township

Subaru and Subaru of Moon Township 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

Subaru and Animal Friends Adoption Success - Liz M

In honor of Subaru Loves Pets month, our friends at Subaru of Moon Township donated $100 to Animal Friends for every pet adopted from the shelter during the month of October! One of these pets was Craig. Craig was one of our longer-term residents, having surpassed 200 days while waiting to be adopted. For being the big, energetic, ball of love that he is, Craig was very specific about what he needed in a family and was determined to wait for the perfect one to come along. Due to his discomfort with body handling, Craig preferred a home with older children and no cats, but he was open to living with another dog if they got along well. One day, Craig finally met the family of his dreams – an older couple with a dog who Craig absolutely fell in love with. Craig and his new sister, Ivory, got along great and the level of experience of the adopters was the perfect fit for Craig! When it was official, Craig was taken home by this loving family and was even spotted a few days later by a staff member who managed to catch a picture of him and his new sister sticking their heads out the truck window as if they’ve known each other their whole lives! Happy tails, Craig!

Animal Friends
Subaru and Animal Friends Adoption Success

Animal Friends Adoption Event and Pet Food Drive - Maureen B

On November 5th, the team at Subaru of Moon Twp were so happy to host an Adoption Event and Pet Food Drive with our dear partner Animal Friends! All of the staff and customers enjoyed a visit from the cutest puppies and the wonderful people from the shelter. We'll have them back again soon!!

Animal Friends Adoption Event and Pet Food Drive

Subaru of Moon Township Donates to Animal Friends! - Maureen B

In honor of Subaru Loves Pets month and our long-standing partnership with Animal Friends, Subaru of Moon Township is proud to have donated $100 for every pet adopted from the shelter during the month of October! We also provided 20 New Parent Pet Kits to the shelter and sponsored their Halloween Party for Pets event on October 30. Looking forward to a pet adoption event in November 2022 at the dealership!

Subaru of Moon Township Donates to Animal Friends!


As part of the Subaru Loves Learning initiative in collaboration with, Subaru is adopting 20 classrooms at Richard J Hyde Elementary School. PITTSBURGH, PA (September 15, 2022) – Subaru of Moon Township partnered with to surprise teachers at Richard J Hyde Elementary School with a $10,000 donation and 25 additional classroom supply kits during a back-to-school celebration. The donation was made as part of Subaru Loves Learning, a national Subaru of America, Inc. initiative that helps supply high-need classrooms across the country with needed school supplies and resources. Subaru of Moon Township’s donation will benefit more than 500 students by providing teachers with $500 each to purchase supplies for the school year, in addition to the Subaru school supply kits that include pens, pencils, markers, dry erase markers, earbuds, wipes and more. “At Subaru of Moon Township, we want to help our local teachers and students get excited for the back-to-school season—and make sure they have all of the supplies they need for the upcoming school year,” said Maureen Bailey, general manager. “Giving back to our local community and living the Subaru Love Promise is an essential component of our operations, and we’re thrilled to provide this support.” More than 92%* of classrooms have students whose families cannot afford to purchase school supplies for children, leading many teachers to spend their own money—up to $750 per year*—to fill the gap for students and equip their classrooms. To top it off, 78%* of educators report extra supply needs due to learning loss caused by COVID-19. “The Hyde Elementary Family would like to thank Moon Township Subaru and the Adopt a Classroom program for all their support in helping educate our students. Hyde staff and students will benefit from their generous gift of school resources and supplies this school year.” – Joe Johnson, Principal. This partnership between Subaru of Moon Township and Richard J Hyde Elementary School is part of a year-round commitment to the local community including additional partnerships with Animal Friends of Pittsburgh, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and more.

Richard J Hyde Elementary School

Thank you, Subaru! - Monica D

Thank you, Subaru of Moon Township for the gifts of blankets donated! Our patients here at the Moon UPMC Cancer Center are enjoying their gifts, and our staff is enjoying giving them something warm and soft to use in the office during treatments, or at home. Thank you for caring for the community! Sincerely, Monica Daniels/Practice Manager and Staff

Thank you, Subaru!

Large Donation to Make-A-Wish - Stephanie P

The associates of Subaru of Moon Township located outside of Pittsburgh, PA came together in a huge way to raise funds for their Hometown Charity - Make-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia during the 2021 Subaru Share the Love Campaign. A donation of $31,438, was presented to Stephanie Pugliese the director of development.. These funds will help to fulfill the wishes of seven wish kids from the area.... Samuel who will be snorkeling in the United States Virgin Islands Adalind who will be visiting the Orlando theme parks Jacob who is receiving a fishing kayak Hudson who will be camping in Deer Creek Laniyah who would like to meet a celebrity Austin who wants to be a marine biologist Connor who is receiving an above ground swimming pool Thank you to the associates of Subaru of Moon Township for their efforts and good will!

Male-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia
Large Donation to Make-A-Wish

Donation to Bible Way Church of God In Christ - Maureen B

Thanks to my team who generously provide hams to the Bible Way Church of God In Christ this holiday season!

Bible Way Church of God In Christ
Donation to Bible Way Church of God In Christ

Subaru Shoots Hoops with WES! - Donna C

Weirton Elementary School gives a BIG shout out to Moon Township Subaru for granting funds this 2021-2022 school year! We are grateful to have been chosen as a recipient for a $10,000 grant to enrich our physical education program at WES. With the grant funds, we have constructed four new half court basketball areas on our playground along with fencing that provides safety for our students. This new sports area will provide hours of enjoyable basketball instruction and playing for our elementary students. These learned basketball skills will feed into the middle school basketball program. The students look forward to utilizing these new basketball facilities at our school in the days ahead. Thank you, Moon Township Subaru, for your generosity and support to WES.

Subaru Shoots Hoops with WES!

Etna: An Underdog From Animal Friends - Tricia P

Etna along with some other dogs came to Animal Friends as part of a Humane Investigation case. While at Animal Friends, it was discovered by the medical team that Etna had advanced glaucoma and had to have a double enucleation. While she spent some of her time in a loving foster home Etna was able to gain her confidence and learn how to walk on a leash while being blind. Not long after recovery Etna was adopted into her loving forever home with her best 4-legged friend Denali.

Animal Friends
Etna: An Underdog From Animal Friends

Subaru of Moon Twp donates $25000 to Make-A-Wish - Stephanie P

Dear Maureen, Associates at Subaru of Moon and Customers: We would like to thank the associates of Subaru of Moon Township for continuing to raise funds as the Make-A-Wish Hometown Charity during the Subaru Share the Love Campaign. On behalf of Make-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia, we are acknowledging your incredible gift of $25,803.04, received on March 31, 2021. According to IRS regulations no goods or services were exchanged for this wonderful donation. We are delighted to recognize Subaru of Moon Township as a Wishmaker in the Make-A-Wish annual report, newsletter and on our website. We are thrilled to inform you that funds raised during your campaign will help to grant the wishes of five very deserving kids. For 38 years, our chapter of Make-A-Wish has been successfully granting life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses, and we’re committed to continuing our mission during this current pandemic. We’ve been busy meeting with wish kids and their families through virtual sessions, we’ve stayed in touch with our many wish volunteers, and we are busy creatively planning wishes for these amazing children – wishes that are safe, heartfelt, and full of wonder and hope. Inez At 18-years-old, Inez from Pittsburgh has been through some tough times living with sickle cell anemia. The pain from this disease is startling for this young woman who just wants to be with her friends eating Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, dancing it up to Nicki Minaj and playing volleyball. But instead, she has been spending much of her time when not at the hospital, at home watching Law & Order SVU and cuddling with her dog. When she can go to school, she enjoys her Spanish and African American history classes. Due to the COVID 19 pandemic Inez was visited by her Make-A-Wish volunteers virtually helping her along to find the perfect wish for this teenager. Originally, she had wanted to spend time at the Orlando theme parks – but due to travel restrictions, this wish was not possible, and Inez was determined that she did not want to wait. So, more contemplating had to be done. Finally, Inez decided that a virtual shopping spree would be the best wish. She could get almost anything her heart desired and since she was moving into her first apartment, she needed lots of stuff. She gave her list of items to her excited volunteers and they went to work finding her an iPhone, a new mattress and bedframe, a TV, Ugg boots to keep her warm this winter, a pretty ring, a beautiful new wig and a hair straightener. Inez also received a gift card to Ichiban Steak House to be used at some point in the future. Helping Inez along with her future goals is exactly what Make-A-Wish is for. Now Inez can live comfortably in her new surroundings assured that she is loved and cared for. Jacob At just 10-years-old this young man from Rochester, PA has had a tough life. Most of his time has been spent in a wheelchair due to his diagnosis of Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy. But this does not stop him from cheering on his favorite superhero when watching Batman movies, reading about dinosaurs and playing matching games with his siblings. He can practically eat an entire pizza himself and a quick stop at McDonald’s is the perfect dinner. His referral to Make-A-Wish was extremely exciting, and he could not wait to meet his volunteer team. Before they even sat down during their visit, he told his volunteers that a trip to Disney World would be the greatest. It was decided that the beginning of March 2020, would be a good time for the trip. As it turns out, this was one of the last wishes to the Orlando theme parks due to the rise of the pandemic. The family had the opportunity to stay at Give Kids the World Village, not far from the parks. The villas were beautiful, and this young man got to stay in the master bedroom with surprise gifts left in his room each evening after returning from the themed parties held each night. There was even a swimming pool with a wheelchair ramp he could utilize to get easily into the cool water after a fun-filled day at the parks. March is a busy time at Disney, but due to his Make-A-Wish button this youngster wore everywhere he went – he was able to go to the front of every line making him feel incredibly special. The time he spent with his siblings riding the amusement park rides, watching the 3D shows and meeting his favorite animated characters was joyful and memorable. We’re honored and privileged to have fulfilled the wishes of five special children and we remain so grateful to our generous donors for making what we do possible. Best wishes, Stephanie Pugliese Director of Development

Subaru of Moon Twp donates $25000 to Make-A-Wish