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.

The 2022 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Commitment Award

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.

The Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment

We believe in being a positive force in something bigger. And it all starts right here in our community. Not just by our donations, but by our actions.

That's why we stay true to our Love Promise Community Commitment by partnering with a wide variety of community nonprofits and charities.

Every year, we join hands with our owners in the "Share the Love" event, giving back to our community-a community that's given so much to us.

So, every day, we strive to ensure our love is felt not just by our customers, but by all in our community. We do this because we feel it is the right thing to do.

We are proud to participate in the Love Promise Community Commitment. We're grateful, not only to be a part of our community, but to serve and support the causes and passions that are closest to our hearts, right here in our neighborhood.

All of the organizations we support have one thing in common: the unwavering dedication to improve the world and the lives of ­its people.

Subaru Loves Pets

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Subaru Loves the Earth

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Whether they live in our homes or in the wild, Subaru is committed to keeping all animals safe and healthy.

A partner since 2008, Subaru has donated over $28 million to the ASPCA and through Subaru Loves Pets has helped support the rescue, transport, adoption and well-being of over 230,000 animals across the country. 


Loving the environment means more than loving the great outdoors. It means working to preserve it.

Since 2018, Subaru has partnered with TerraCycle.  Participating Subaru retailers collect hard-to-recycle trash that was headed to local landfills. We collect approximately 2 tons of this hard-to-recycle trash monthly, which will be converted to furnishings and other usable items and donated locally.


It’s our goal to make the pursuit of knowledge available to as many minds as possible.

Since 2015 Subaru, in partnership with the American Association for the Advancement Science, donated over 277,600 award-winning science books.  In addition, through our partnerships with Staples and we supported teachers and students with donations of S400,000 in gift cards and school supplies. 


In a perfect world, hunger would be history and hope would be commonplace. We believe a perfect world is possible.

In 2020, Subaru and its retailers made a donation to Feeding America to provide 50 million meals to help feed people in need during the COVID-19 crisis,* making meals available at 199 local food banks across the country.
*$1 helps provide at least 10 meals secured by Feeding America on behalf of local member food banks. 


We should all have a chance to lead a healthy life. We’re aiming to give as many people that chance as we can.

Since 2016, Subaru and its retailers have partnered with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) to donate over 167,000 blankets and 21,500 arts & crafts kits and reached nearly 150,000 patients in more than 780 hospitals nationwide. 

Did Bryan Subaru go above and beyond, provide exceptional service, or support causes that are important to you? We'd love to hear about it.

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Love Promise Stories from Bryan Subaru

Subaru and Bryan 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

Bryan Subaru's Garden of Re-purpose  –  Kristy P

We are undergoing construction at Bryan Subaru! The change and progress have been exciting to watch. As the remodel went on our staff watched as so much material was being thrown away. Our staff decided, in the spirit of Subaru Loves the Earth, to re-purpose some of it! This inspired our Subaru S garden and Subaru Loves the Earth table! The S is from the sign that was on the front of the building and the structure it is mounted on is all reclaimed from the dumpster! The table was a spool of wiring that was left behind. Our Finance Manager, Kristy Parrott, did all the artwork on both projects. We began by planting seeds from our staff's lunches that they brought each day. This project has blossomed into more than what we started with. We now have a full garden growing out front! Our customers love to stop by and see our first watermelon as well as our now 6-foot-tall corn stalk! We plan to take a small part of our back lot that is still open and plant a real in-the-ground garden that we can all enjoy our lunches in one day. We would like to get to the point where we can start to donate vegetables to some local food banks.

Bryan Subaru Bark At The Park  –  Nathan T

Bryan Subaru was gracious enough to be our presenting sponsor of this year's Tulane Baseball Bark At The Park. It was a great event in which our fan base was allowed to bring their furry friends out to the ball park and enjoy some of this beautiful New Orleans weather. With the help of Bryan Subaru and the Louisiana SPCA we were able to provide fans with dog bowls, toys, bandanas, and much more. Not to mention the LSPCA was able to bring a few dogs out up for adoption to have them meet some new friends and play for the day. Overall it was a great event that would not have been possible without the help of Bryan Subaru and we cannot wait to do it again next year!

Bryan Subaru Helps to Save Lives!  –  Rose L

We hosted a first-time blood drive for Bryan Subaru on December 22, 2021. We collected 8 units of blood that day and Bryan Subaru helped save 24 patients' lives and helped give back to the community and helped supplied area hospitals with the necessary blood and blood components to help patients that are in need of blood transfusions. We are so happy that we have partnered with Bryan Subaru and looking forward towards many more lifesaving blood drives with this phenomenal group.

City Park Feels the Love from Bryan Subaru  –  Stephanie B

Friends of City Park, the support nonprofit organization for New Orleans City Park, is incredibly grateful for the ongoing support of Bryan Subaru, who has helped us raise money for this 1,300 acre community asset since 2013! And we have accomplished so much together! Our annual Subaru Give-Away fundraiser over the years has raised money to • Restore City Park’s Historic Wooden Carousel, • Expand the Botanical Garden Conservatory, • New Park technology and enhancements • And so much more! This nine-year partnership has been an invaluable source of fundraising revenue for Friends of City Park to help support the growth and beautification of New Orleans City Park as well as outstanding capital improvements. From 2013 to 2021, the Subaru raffle has grossed more than $496 thousand dollars for Friends of City Park and we are looking forward to many more successful giveaways. Because the Park’s revenue is 90% based on activities that occur in the Park, fundraisers like this one are vital for continuously improving the Park. Bryan Subaru is a longstanding supporter and we can’t thank them enough for being such a positive force in our community.

Tulane Athletics Loves Bryan Subaru  –  Nathan T

Bryan Subaru has been a partner of Tulane Athletics for five years now and it would be an understatement to say how instrumental they have been to our student athletes, coaches, and fans. As a partner they are constantly working with us here at Tulane University to think through various new initiatives for charities and other ways we can all work together to give back to the community and continue to provide for our students and fans. Sponsors like Bryan Subaru provide our programs with opportunities to support our student athletes with the equipment and facilities necessary to compete at the highest level. Just this year with the help of our sponsors and donors we were able to fund for a new expansion and renovation to our academic center. The state-of-the-art facility will be named the Don and Lora Peters Academic Center. Renovations will include a study lounge which will feature a relaxed coffee shop-inspired environment with several flexible seating options. The area will serve as a welcoming hub to give student athletes areas to study, work on projects, and receive tutoring sessions. It will be equipped with technology, printers, and convenient outlets to keep devices charged. Furthermore, renovations will include Large multipurpose classrooms and five private study rooms will be incorporated into the design of the Don and Lora Peters Academic Center. These spaces will serve the individual academic needs of our student-athletes and provide additional areas for classes and tutoring sessions to take place. Partners like Bryan Subaru help make Tulane the amazing institution that it is and we cannot stress enough how thankful we are to have them as a partner!

Bryan Subaru Goes the Distance!  –  MIke A

I purchased my Outback new in 2014, since that time I have enjoyed fabulous help from the service department. They have sent their staff over to pick my car up from my office, had it serviced and brought back to me the same day, no extra charge. Whatever need that arises for you and your vehicle, they get it done. After seven years experience I can say they get the job done and treat you as family! Unparalleled excellence!

Bryan Subaru's Commitment to City Park  –  Stephanie B

Friends of City Park is the official support organization and nonprofit partner for New Orleans City Park. Chartered in 1979, Friends of City Park raises funds to help maintain and sustain 1,300 urban acres of community green space through critical fundraising efforts. Because the Park’s revenue is 90% self-generated, fundraisers are vital for continuously improving the Park. Through Friends of City Park’s partnership with Bryan Subaru, we are able to increase public awareness and engagement and provide critical funding to capital projects and beautification efforts for City Park. Each year since 2013, Friends of City Park and Bryan Subaru come together to grant one community member a brand new Subaru while raising up to $57k for park projects through our Lark in the Park raffle. And we have accomplished so much together! This fundraiser over the years has raised money for: • Renovations of the Historic Carousel, Popp Fountain, the Peristyle, the Pavilion of Two Sisters, and Tad Gormley Stadium • The lighting of the Pizzati Gate • The purchase of the Amusement Park Helicopter Ride • Purchasing Park tractors, a Catering food truck, and Park police vehicles • Updating the entrance and the revitalization of Storyland • Helping to create the Oscar J. Tolmas Visitors Center • And so much more... This eight-year partnership has been an invaluable source of revenue for Friends of City Park. From 2013 to 2020, the Subaru raffle has grossed more than $439 thousand dollars for the Park. As a dedicated partner to the Park, Bryan Subaru has provided so much to the Greater New Orleans Community. Its commitment to Friends of City Park as a premier partner of the Lark in the Park raffle inspires new people from all backgrounds to connect with and support us too!

Louisiana SPCA & Bryan Subaru Partnership  –  Ana Z

Thanks to support from Bryan Subaru, we at the Louisiana SPCA (LA/SPCA) were able to care for a young, energetic dog named Taylor until we could find her the perfect forever home. Taylor came to us in late September as a stray that was found wandering around in City Park. While she did allow us to check her for a microchip, we could tell that she was timid and shy. While she was in our care, we noticed that she would sit to the back of her kennel out of fear whenever a human came near. She began to make eye contact when we’d enter her kennel and wag her tail in excitement. With a lot of love and encouragement from our staff, her personality began to shine through. We knew it was just a matter of time before she came out of her shell. It just took some socialization and patience from our staff. When the time finally came, we knew that Taylor had found her forever home. Chartered in 1888, the LA/SPCA is the oldest and most comprehensive animal welfare organization in the state, providing care and medical services for approximately 70,000 animals each year. Our mission is to promote, protect, and advance the well-being of Louisiana's companion animals. For 132 years, the LA/SPCA has been committed to serving the needs of the people and animals in our community and across our region. A staff of 105 employees and nearly 500 trained volunteers provide a range of services, including running adoption programs on and off site, fostering adoptable animals, and caring for animals at our two shelters in Orleans and Plaquemines Parishes. Our Adoption Program has proven to be very successful over the years, finding adopters for 2,621 animals in 2019 alone. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 crisis has significantly changed our operations and has impacted the financial stability of our community. Support from generous supporters like Bryan Subaru has allowed us to continue our operations and provide continuous and necessary support for the animals in our care. Their financial support has allowed us to prepare the animals in our care for their forever homes and ensure their health and happiness while under our roof.

Changing healthcare for children in Louisiana  –  Jay B

Louisiana is known for a lot of things including its unique Cajun culture, delicious cuisine, and exceptional football teams. Although we take pride in our unique history and delicious food, one area we are working on is the rating for child health throughout the state. Louisiana ranks 45th in infant and child health outcomes. At Children’s Hospital New Orleans, we are working to change this number. Today, we want to thank Subaru for helping us do just that. Through the years, Children’s Hospital has strived to shape a better future for all kids. Our mission is to provide the highest quality of care in a family-centered environment. This would not be possible without the generous support of contributors like Subaru of America and our local retailer, Bryan Subaru. Since 1994, Bryan Subaru has sponsored Children’s Hospital’s top fundraisers - Boo at the Zoo (a safe, Halloween event for families), Sugarplum Ball (a black-tie gala), and the Jazz Half Marathon & 5K. Over the past 26 years, Jay Bryan and his team have donated more than $200,000 to help Children’s Hospital care for the kids of Louisiana, regardless of their family’s ability to pay. In addition to this generosity, Jay Bryan has directed more than $45,000 from Subaru of America to Children’s Hospital through the Subaru Share the Love® campaign. We are so grateful for this relationship and look forward to our future partnership with Subaru of America. Over the course of this year, Children’s Hospital has been able to open a new 51-bed Behavioral Health Center for children and adolescents in crisis, an expanded Cardiac Intensive Care Unit, Surgery Center, and Imaging Center. We are committed to the health and wellbeing of children in our state, and it is thanks to the love of community partners like Bryan Subaru and Subaru of America that make this possible. Thank you.

Bryan Subaru is our Mission Chariot  –  Kerri D

In a year where almost everything has been cancelled, Bryan Subaru took a stand with LLS (The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society) because they know "Cancer is not Cancelled." Many cancer patients struggled even more this year and with partnerships like the one we have with Bryan Subaru, LLS was able to continue to provide financial support when they needed it most. Serving as the Light The Night Mission Chariot, Bryan Subaru is bringing light to the darkness of cancer. Thank you for your continued support. We simply cannot do what we do without the help of partners like you. Sincerely, Mississippi/Louisiana Chapter

Louisiana SPCA Adoption Fees Program  –  Ana Z

Thanks to support from Bryan Subaru, we at the Louisiana SPCA (LA/SPCA) were able to find Cookie, the pocket pittie, a happy forever home. Cookie came to us as an owner surrender in September. Her previous owner’s living situation had changed and he was unable to bring her with him. After several attempts to rehome her, he entrusted her in our care to find the best home for her. Healthy, happy, and lovable, we took care of her until we were able to find her a home with someone who enjoys walks and playtime as much as she does. Bryan Subaru helped cover her adoption fee and the costs associated with making sure she was well cared for while she was in our care. Chartered in 1888, the LA/SPCA is the oldest and most comprehensive animal welfare organization in the state, providing care and medical services for approximately 70,000 animals each year. Our mission is to promote, protect, and advance the well-being of Louisiana's companion animals. For 132 years, the LA/SPCA has been committed to serving the needs of the people and animals in our community and across our region. A staff of 105 employees and nearly 500 trained volunteers provide a range of services, including running adoption programs on and off site, fostering adoptable animals, and caring for animals at our two shelters in Orleans and Plaquemines Parishes. Our Adoption Program has proven to be very successful over the years, finding adopters for 2,621 animals in 2019 alone. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 crisis has significantly changed our operations and has impacted the financial stability of our community. Bryan Subaru’s support during this difficult time has been critical in helping us find homes for animals. During the month of October, Bryan Subaru covered $100 worth of adoption fees every day of the month. These adoption fees are used to cover the overall costs of animal care at our shelters. This helps promote the health of these animals and allows us to care for these animals before they make their adoption debut. Some of the services we provide prior to adoption are services include heartworm testing, prevention, and treatment; vaccinations; microchip and registration; spay/neuter surgery; and food. This support from Bryan Subaru not only helped us cover the costs of care for these animals, it also helped those adopters who were financially affected by COVID-19 who were looking to adopt an animal to help them cope during this difficult time. During the month of October, we were able to find forever homes for 191 animals.

Bryan Subaru Lights The Way  –  Kerri D

Bryan Subaru has been a wonderful partner for the Mississippi/Louisiana Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Not only did they continue their commitment of gifting blankets and craft kits to local cancer patients, Bryan Subaru expanded their partnership this year by sponsoring the New Orleans Light The Night. They served as our Mission Chariot sponsor, which provided our honored hero, Da'Ni, a 13 year old leukemia patient, an opportunity to ride in the Subaru Golf Cart and lead and light the way of all walking. A cancer diagnosis can be the darkest time in someone's life. By sponsoring the Mission Chariot, Bryan Subaru provided a beacon of light for Da'Ni on her journey. We are extremely grateful to have a community partnership with Bryan Subaru and look forward to future opportunities. Bryan Subaru is truly a "Light" in moments of darkness.

Friends of City Park LOVES Bryan Subaru!  –  Jennifer M

Bryan Subaru, in Metairie, Louisiana, has been a generous supporter of Friends of City Park since 2013 when the dealership began donating a car to raffle off for our fundraiser, Lark in the Park. This six, now going on seven, year partnership has been an invaluable source of revenue for FOCP as we raise capital funds to help support the growth and beautification of New Orleans City Park. City Park is a 1,300-acre oasis in the middle of hustling New Orleans. It boasts the largest grove of Live Oak trees in the world, with some of the oldest being more than 800 years old! With New Orleans City Park having to raise 90% of its own operating costs, this leaves little to no funds for much needed capital improvements to the Park. That is where Friends of City Park steps in, as our Lark in the Park fundraiser proceeds go specifically to those needed improvements and Bryan Subaru is a big part of that number. From 2013-2019, the Subaru raffle has grossed more than $383,000 for Friends of City Park and we are looking forward to a phenomenal 2020! As stated, Bryan Subaru is a huge supporter of the Park but so are the people who purchase these raffle tickets. Some of the winner’s stories are so touching as they are loyal Park-goes, but most of them are also very devoted Subaru enthusiasts as well! A few years ago, the woman who won the car arrived to the raffle drawing saying that she had put this moment, and the car, on her vision board! I believe she was bestowing her current Subaru to her son and was thrilled beyond belief to have a brand new Subaru for herself! We, and the very special winners, appreciate Subaru and Bryan Subaru beyond belief and their support for national and local causes that help shape communities for years to come! - Jennifer Montgomery, Special Events Manager

Subaru Mends a Mongolian Heart  –  Stephanie B

Fifteen-month old Tugsuu was born in rural Mongolia with a hole in his heart. Doctors in his home country could not repair it. He was accepted through the HeartGift Foundation to travel to the US for surgery. Bryan Subaru graciously offered to sponsor Tuguu through HeartGift and cover the expenses to provide this lifesaving care. Tugsuu arrived into New Orleans in September with his mother. Doctors at Children's Hospital successfully repaired his heart and he is now home completely healthy. This once very sick little boy is now living a normal life needing no medication or further cardiac intervention. It is only through the generosity of Bryan Subaru that HeartGift was able to bring together the high quality cardiac team at Children's Hospital in New Orleans and a little boy from the country on the other side of the world. Tugsuu and his family will be forever grateful. Thank You Subaru for this life changing gift.

Subaru Loves to Care - Crystal S.  –  Crystal S

Our visit with Tulane University Cancer Treatment Clinic was unique to all other LLS-Subaru-Clinic visits. Melissa Barrois, LMSW is the social worker for clinic. We've watched her over the last two LLS-Subaru visits go above and beyond to make each patient feel special and loved. Unlike any other clinic, we were invited to spend the morning meeting patients, giving blankets and taking pictures. Dr. Safah and Dr. Munker were on hand for group photos. Dr. Munker also spent some time visiting with us about his upcoming AML Grand Rounds. Additionally, we spoke with Dr. Munker and Melissa Barrois about upcoming LLS events and patient/family services and patient travel assistance. Melissa sent the following feedback immediately after our visit, "Good afternoon Crystal and Darby, Thanks, once again, for selecting Tulane Cancer Clinic and our wonderful patients as recipients of the comfy blankets and art kits. As you witnessed, the patients, their caregivers and family members were thrilled and appreciative of the thoughtful gifts." We are grateful to Bryan Subaru for participating in the Subaru Love to Care campaign this year and providing these gifts to blood cancer patients at Tulane. Bryan Subaru representatives were happy to deliver items but were not able to stay for visit and group photos.

Hogs for the Cause & Subaru team up!  –  Morgan L

Hogs for the Cause is a non-profit, annual fundraising music festival and barbecue competition in New Orleans that raises money for families with children fighting pediatric brain cancer. Money is raised through ticket sales, direct donations, food sales, sponsorship, and fundraising efforts spearheaded by teams in the barbecue competition. Hogs was born in 2008 with one hog, one keg among friends to raise money for a New Orleans boy, Ben Sarrat Jr., who was diagnosed with brain cancer. In eight years it’s grown into one of the city’s most popular food events and a leading source nationally of support for families dealing with pediatric brain cancer. The 30,000+ attendees flock to New Orleans over two days to attend and support teams competing and selling BBQ and are treated to top billing national acts and regional music acts. Hogs has made grants to more than 400 families, and grant requests now come from around the country. Recently Hogs for the Cause and Children’s Hospital in New Orleans announced plans for a project dubbed the House That Hogs Built, which will create specialized housing for patients and their families traveling from around the region for treatment at the Uptown hospital. Voted as Best Local Charity in New Orleans 3 years in a row by Gambit and One of the Top 10 BBQ Festivals in the Country by Hogs is proud to have Bryan Subaru as our official automotive sponsor! The 9th Annual Hogs for the Cause will be held March 31st-April 1st, 2017.

Thank You for Albert's Mended Heart  –  Stephanie B

We are deeply grateful to Bryan Subaru for sponsoring the 2016 HeartGift Heroes Golf Tournament and, through that, Albert's heart surgery. Five-year old Albert arrived from Uganda with a life threatening heart defect physicians could not repair in his home country. Before surgery Albert was constantly tired and could not keep up with the other children. Following his successful open-heart surgery at Children's Hospital in New Orleans, he is able to run and play without becoming tired. He is now home with his family, healthy and ready for a normal future. Thank you for helping HeartGift continue to save the lives of children from around the Gift at a time!

Bryan Subaru - Sugarplum Ball 2016 Sponsor  –  Kim C

More than 1,000 friends of Children’s Hospital were razzle-dazzled at the 35th annual Sugarplum Ball March 5. Held at the Old U.S. Mint and themed All That Jazz, the largest fundraiser was a resounding success, raising $298,000. Funds raised at the event will pay for a new Heart Catheterization Lab that will enhance the hospital’s ability to perform complex intra-cardiac procedures for children with a variety of congenital heart diseases. Bryan Subaru was a top sponsor of the event, donating $15,000. In addition, the local dealership provided a brand new Subaru Outback 36R to display at the front entrance of the party. Thanks to Bryan Subaru and other generous sponsors, Sugarplum Ball 2016 was a memorable and successful event.

Bryan Subaru Shares the Love!  –  Marykay Y

Jay Bryan of Bryan Subaru presented a gift of $15,000, raised through the "Subaru Share the Love" Campaign, to Children's Hospital President & CEO Mary Perrin, to help fund the purchase of a new Cardiac Catheterization Lab. Each year, hundreds of children from throughout Louisiana & Mississippi Gulf Coast come to CHNO for heart care. The cardiology & cardiothoracic surgery teams at the hospital work tirelessly to provide the best possible care to their patients and a key component of that care is having a state-of-the-art Cardiac Catheterization Lab. The new equipment provides a dramatically clearer image while reducing the radiation the child is exposed to. The new lab is expected to improve our physicians' ability to safely intervene in these youngest, smallest and often most fragile children. Jay Bryan and his team at Bryan Subaru generously support several important projects at Children's Hospital New Orleans each year, and they genuinely "Share the Love" four our young patients!

Allstate Sugar Bowl Crescent City Classic 10k  –  Laine T

Bryan Subaru has sponsored the Allstate Sugar Bowl Crescent City Classic 10k, and affiliated smaller races, for the past 2 years. "The Classic" is one of the oldest & largest races in America, dating back to 1979, and has become a great New Orleans tradition over the years! Bryan Subaru is the official Pace Car during the race, leading our invited Elite Athletes to the finish line, as well as a cash-paying sponsor, which allows us to host a world-class event & upscale VIP tent inside our Michelob Ultra RaceFest to thank ALL of our sponsors. We had over 24,000 participants this past year & awarded over $500,000 to local charities including the Louisiana SPCA and New Orleans Musicians Assistance Foundation, to name a few. Bryan Subaru is a perfect partner for our organization and events because they encourage a healthy and active lifestyle and they truly care about the people in our community. We could not host such a large event without their help & support!

Bryan Subaru Helps Us Help Kids  –  Lynnsey B

Bryan Subaru has gone above and beyond to help children in our community. For the past two years, Bryan Subaru has been the presenting sponsor of our Boo at the Zoo event. Boo at the Zoo is a Halloween-themed festival geared toward children. Families come out the Audubon Zoo in Uptown New Orleans where the kids can play games, participate in arts and crafts and be entertained by some of the best musical performers in New Orleans. The event is a fundraiser, benefiting Children's Hospital. The funds raised by the event go to ensuring that Children's Hospital remains here to care for any child in need of the medical services we provide, no matter the family's ability to pay. In 2014, the hospital recorded 191,544 patient visits, with children coming to us from all 64 parishes in Louisiana, 43 states and 4 foreign countries. It is only through the generosity and support of community partners like Bryan Subaru that we are able to keep our doors open and keep our promise to provide care to any child who needs it.

Bryan Subaru was proud to support the 2014 New Orleans NAMIWalks for Mental Illness Awareness  –  Renee C

Bryan Subaru was the presenting sponsor of the 2014 New Orleans NAMIWalks for Mental Illness Awareness on October 11th. More than a thousand people came together to raise awareness about mental illnesses, which affect one in four people in our community each year, and to stomp out the stigma against mental illness. With Bryan Subaru's help, NAMI New Orleans (the local affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness), raised more than $117,000 to fund our many no-cost support, education, service and advocacy programs which reach more that 4,000 people in the Greater New Orleans area each year. We couldn't have done it without Bryan Subaru and we're so grateful for their generosity and commitment!

Bryan Subaru Supports Friends of City Park  –  Casie D

Bryan Subaru of New Orleans continues to be instrumental in the success of our efforts. Annually, City Park must raise 85% of its operating budget which leaves little to no resources for Park capital improvements. Through fundraising events, such as Lark in the Park, Friends of City Park supports capital needs within the Park. As the signature automobile dealership for Lark in the Park, the Bryan Subaru raffle generated 20% of the event revenue last year, which has brought this fundraiser to new heights! That is a remarkable achievement and we are eternally thankful for their continued support. Last year we were able to completely refurbish the park's Historic Wooden Carousel. City Park is proud to own one of the remaining 100 wooden carousels in the country. The carousel has drawn national praise and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Thanks to the generosity of Bryan Subaru of New Orleans, the carousel will continue to dazzle generations of New Orleanians both young and old alike. - Casie Duplechain, Executive Director

Bryan Subaru Sponsors The Mid City  –  Jared Z

As a sponsor of The Mid City Bayou Boogaloo, Bryan Subaru, is directly responsible for improving the quality of life for people in New Orleans. Proceeds from this annual music and arts festival fund the ongoing effort to restore the Bayou Canopy, a campaign to replace the majestic oak trees destroyed by hurricanes Katrina and Isaac along the historic waterway of Bayou St. John. In 2014, Bryan Subaru's support allowed The Mid City Bayou Boogaloo to provide 224,000 free meals to the homeless and hungry. From anti-litter campaigns to aggressive recycling efforts, Bryan Subaru and The Mid City Bayou Boogaloo together are fulfilling the promise to bring positive change to the communities they call home.

Bryan Subaru Participated in New Orleans on Tap Fundraiser  –  Christie A

New Orleans on Tap, our annual beer tasting & fundraiser for our local SPCA chapter. Festival goers enjoy live music and 200+ national & local beers as we raise money for the animals in our care. We are so happy to have Bryan Subaru participate in NOOT which raises money, awareness, and glasses in honor of all those animals ion the Greater New Orleans area that really need our help.