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This can lead to loneliness, anxiety, depression, and social isolation. To combat this, Visiting Angels of Glendale offers home care assistance to help your loved one prevent falls as well as improve their quality of life. The Glendale Chamber builds its program of work around these three core principles:.

The Glendale Chamber helps build a strong community by connecting its members to people and issues important to business success. Through Chamber programming and services, you and your business are engaged in activities that move Glendale toward a successful future. Done with the tools you need? You're ready to visit Subaru of Glendale! Get Driving Directions. We've been nationally recognized for our dedication to our community and the Subaru Love Promise. 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. 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.

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. Did Subaru of Glendale go above and beyond, provide exceptional service, or support causes that are important to you? We'd love to hear about it. Subaru and Subaru of Glendale 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. Earlier in the year Subaru of Glendale reached out to the Burbank Animal Shelter with an exciting proposition.

In fact they wanted to help make the days of 31 shelter pets!! For the entire month, our Shelter Staff celebrated each adoption just a little bit harder knowing that as one pet found their forever home, another still at our Shelter would benefit from Subaru's generosity. Donations from supporters make a HUGE for pets hoping to be adopted, especially those with special needs.

With the help of Subaru the Shelter is able to provide special attention and provide medical services the Shelter would otherwise be unable to afford. In October, we were able to adopt out a dog who had arrived to our Shelter with a broken front leg and deformed back leg, needing emergency orthopedic surgery. With donations we were able to provide him the surgeries he needed to mend until he was ready for adoption.

We are forever grateful to Subaru for your support. We are very excited and honored to be partnered with Subaru Of Glendale in supporting our local community. We were one of several charities selected by Mr. Jobe Atashi at the Subaru of Glendale, and cannot be more appreciative to him and the entire team at Subaru of Glendale. This donation has had an even greater impact this year for ISCC.

Subaru of Glendale and their team truly embody the true spirit of partnership and their support has been invaluable to ISCC. This Collaboration allows us to deliver care and support to our Local community in so many ways. This project was initiated to lift the spirits of healthcare workers and our community. Three days a week for the month of April and May we have delivered hot meals to hospitals in Los Angeles. Thank you so very much Subaru of Glendale! Dear Sahel, on behalf of the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, I would like to thank you, and the Subaru of Glendale team for your volunteer support which helped pack 1, boxes within a few hours.

Without volunteers, the Food Bank would not be able to accomplish its mission to mobilize the resources of our community to fight hunger throughout Los Angeles County. The need is great in our community, and more than a million people in LA County are not sure where their next meal is coming from. Your support makes a tremendous difference and we appreciate it so much. Donations can be submitted at LAFoodBank. It has been an action-packed partnership! The donations have focused on the children and young adults who attend the AbilityFirst Glendale Center and their families, like Justin and Noah twins who have been attending the after-school program in Glendale, since While they are non-verbal, Justin and Noah have developed their self-esteem because they have learned how to communicate to staff and friends their needs and wants as well as, each other's.

When they first ed the program seven years ago, the boys would get frustrated when they struggled to communicate their needs. Nintendo Switch, using a Karaoke machine, listening to music and they always look forward to outings in the community. Noah and Justin were introvert boys who have gained confidence to the point, that they are now doing roll call with staff support before the fun outings.

This is the first year that the patients at Glendale Adventist have participated in the Subaru Loves To Care program, and we were met with smiles and open arms. As the blankets warmed their bodies, the personal notes warmed their hearts. LLS is proud to partner with Subaru to spread hope, love, and warmth to those fighting cancer, across the country and right here in Glendale California.

By supporting AbilityFirst, you stand alongside people with disabilities and their families. Together, we can fulfill our vision of a society that values each individual and provides the opportunity for all people to live full and productive lives: looking beyond disabilities, focusing on capabilities, expanding possibilities.

The AbilityFirst after school programs in Glendale and East Los Angeles and four other locations in Los Angeles County foster independence and community participation for children and youth who have moderate to profound disabilities.

It also gives their families vital respite and support and a safe child care option. Program participants are between the ages of 6 and 22 years, and require ificant personal care, have minor behavioral challenges, or are too old for traditional child care programs like the YMCA.

Youth with developmental disabilities can remain in high school, and in our program, until they reach the age of 22 years. The program empowers children and youth to develop and discover their interests and abilities, and supports their personal and social growth. Activities include community outings, sports and recreational activities, shopping and cooking projects, music and dance, swim and water safety lessons, and special holiday events.

Participants make friends, have fun, and learn to become more independent. Our staffing ratio of allows us to provide full care as necessary, including feeding, changing, toileting, and transferring. Participants enjoy a culturally sensitive and stimulating environment that is also flexible and creative enough to encourage learning and fun. Caroline has two rare conditions that affect her growth and development. She communicates with some language, gestures with her head, and a smile that lights up the room!

When she first came to AbilityFirst, the time, she used a wheelchair to get around. Today, she enjoys walking in the neighborhood with her friends at the center! With support from our staff Caroline has learned to feed herself, make friends, play, and swim.

Every year, AbilityFirst programs reach more than 2, children and adults with disabilities across greater Los Angeles. Community support and participation has sustained our work for 91 years. Thank you for being our partner and helping hundreds of individuals in our neighborhoods realize their potential and lead full and productive lives!

AbilityFirst provides targeted programs that have a common mission: to help people with disabilities realize their full potential throughout their lives. Formed in to help children affected by the pre-vaccine polio epidemic, AbilityFirst pioneered some of the first community services in California for children with disabilities.

We have had a so many patients who are near and dear to us treated at City of Hope. One patient in particular who has truly inspired our chapter is five-year-old, Aubrey. She was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia ALL at age 2 after experiencing a week long on and off temperature concentrated in her stomach area.

Aubrey was treated at City of Hope, where she completed treatment on July 12, She will begin first grade in August, and she loves going to hula dance lessons and ballet. Her favorite color is blue. And because of amazing partners like Subaru, we know that Aubrey will one day fulfill her dream of seeing the Eiffel Tower. I have attached her picture. When we shared this partnership with our Chapter, all of our campaigns wanted to be involved to show their thanks and support. Your generosity has meant the world to not only our LLS volunteers, but to the staff and patients at City of Hope.

We hope you enjoy what this small chapter from Los Angeles has put together for you! Did you know the monarch population in the United States has declined by more than 90 percent in recent years? Butterfly Heroes seeks to bring awareness to the declining population and connect our community of gardeners and kids, families, and schools alike to help the monarchs and other pollinators. The unique transformation the monarch butterfly undergoes during its lifecycle from egg, caterpillar larvachrysalis to the delicate yet resilient butterfly is wonderfully intriguing for students and teachers alike.

Anytown Subaru will have a butterfly habitat planter on site and be giving away seed kits.

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