The 2023 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Commitment Award

The 2023 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 2023 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 Patriot Subaru of North Attleboro dedicated locally to the Love Promise?

Patriot Subaru of North Attleboro opened in July 2014. Our Mission Statement reads: To Serve - Our Customers, Our Families, Our Community, and Each Other. We strive to "do the right thing" in all aspects of our business, treating all who we meet with great respect. The Subaru Love Promise is an extension of both, and we greatly appreciate and enjoy the opportunity and responsibility to serve our community.

Last Hope K9 Dog Adoptions

Zero-Land Fill Facility , Free Community Recycling Center, Roadside Clean-Up, Keep North Attleboro Beautiful


American Red Cross

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Love Promise Stories from Patriot Subaru of North Attleboro

Subaru and Patriot Subaru of North Attleboro 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

Socks Nation - Patriot S

Supporting the Subaru Loves To Help® initiative, Patriot Subaru North Attleboro purchased 500 pairs of socks, and took them to our friends at the Community Care Alliance/Safe Haven program in Woonsocket. We have worked with them in the past, through our friend Colleen Joubert, Director of the CCA. The program serves people who are living without a home, giving them a place of respite and warmth, access to a doctor, light meals and harm reduction supplies. Socks in particular are always in high demand for the people who come to the Safe Haven program. Our Patriot delivery team, Matt D'ambra and his daughter Maya, Betty Husted, and Mark Perryman took the boxes over to their Wooksocket Center, meeting with Collen in the process. We greatly respect the hard work that the CCA team provides to the community, day in and out, thanking Colleen and her staff for all they do to help people in need. We will add in that between all Subaru dealers nationwide, over 500,000 pairs of socks and 100,000 blankets were donated. We appreciate being on a team that cares for people in so many ways.

Community Care Alliance
Socks Nation

Toys By The Truckload - Patriot S

The Patriot Subaru North Attleboro Toy Drive to support the Fall River Department of Children and Family was a truckload of fun for all involved This program works in partnership with families and communities to keep children safe from abuse and neglect. In most cases, DCF is able to provide supports and services to keep children safe with parents or family members. When necessary, DCF provides foster care or finds new permanent families for children through kinship, guardianship or adoption. Getting new toys to them that can put smiles on young faces is what this toy drive is all about. Patriot Subaru associates donated many of the items, with customers adding an additional amount. Toy drives like this are not just for the holidays, as the DCF dispenses toys for a variety of reasons throughout the year, when ever there is a need to create a few smiles. We appreciate all the Department does to help kids in need.

Fall River Department of Children and Families
Toys By The Truckload

2022 Patriot Subaru Loves NA Animal Shelter - FNAAS - Laura S

All of us at Friends of the North Attleboro Animal Shelter (FNAAS) and the North Attleboro Animal Shelter give a BIG thank you to Patriot Subaru of North Attleboro for inviting us to partner with them in the October Subaru Loves Pets program for a third year! We are so appreciative of their continued support! Patriot Subaru of North Attleboro’s dedication to advocating adoption of homeless pets is remarkable, especially adoption of Underdogs and cats that are overlooked in the shelters due to senior age, handicaps and/or special needs. During the month of October, Patriot Subaru of North Attleboro donated $100 for each of the first 31 dogs or cats adopted with a potential total of $3,100. We are so thrilled that the North Attleboro Animal Shelter, with the help of so many caring people, was able to surpass the goal again this year with 42 adoptions! Patriot Subaru of North Attleboro’s generous donation will help provide homeless animals at the North Attleboro Animal Shelter with food, housing and veterinary care until they can be adopted into loving forever homes. This contribution will also help subsidize the Shelter’s “Get Your Fix” low cost spay and neuter program which is offered to the community to help reduce the number of dogs and cats that end up in our shelter and other local shelters. Pictured here in back left to right are FNAAS board members Laura Westcott and Marsha Goldstein and North Attleboro Animal Shelter staff members Brenda Cooper, Donna Thomas and Patty Cavanaugh. In front center is North Attleboro Animal Control Officer Felicia Camara with 13 year old senior and handicapped Underdog Prince (Prince has a pending adoption! 😊). Many thanks again to Patriot Subaru of North Attleboro for their outstanding support! Partnering with such a big-hearted, like-minded company - one that even encourages team members to bring their dogs to work - truly means the world to us and all the homeless pets waiting to be adopted!

Friends of North Attleboro Animal Shelter
2022 Patriot Subaru Loves NA Animal Shelter - FNAAS

Read - Succeed! - Patriot S

While we have done this event several times, it is a mission that has no boundaries, and endless opportunities to make a difference. Patriot Subaru has supported education through a number of programs including donations to fund classroom supplies, donating supplies to after-school food kitchens, and this one -putting books into student’s hands. Books that they can keep as their own. Our relationship with the “Read With Malcolm” literacy program started back in 2018, connecting us with New England Patriot / Super Bowl champ/ children’s author, Malcolm Mitchell. Since then, Patriot Subaru has purchased over 1200 copies of Malcolm’s books, and distributed them to 2nd graders in the greater North Attleboro area. We call it our “Community Reading Day,” with store associates personally touring elementary schools, handing out the books, and then reading it aloud to the entire 2nd grade class. Aside from the book, is of course the fun of having Malcolm with us on the tour. He’s magic with the kids, relating to them his personal story of his fear of reading, overcoming it, embracing it, loving it. Learning to love to read opened many personal doors for Malcolm, and he encourages the kids to do the same. We get the chant going: ”Read, Succeed!” At the end he takes personal questions from the students. “How did you get the idea for the book?” “How long did it take to write it?” “Do you know Tom Brady?” Same questions our Patriot associates asked! The best is a sea of smiling young faces, each one clutching their new book. For many students, this is the first book they have personally owned, so it has special meaning. Patriot Subaru believes futures are changed with education, and education begins by learning to read. You can never do too much. #Read

Read With Malcolm
Read - Succeed!

Legends for Literacy - Patriot S

Patriot Subaru North Attleboro was a sponsor of an important literacy event centered on kids who are “at risk.” The event is organized by the Rotary Club of Providence, under their umbrella campaign, The Jane Babcock Literacy Initiative. Each year, the club has a special event tabbed as the “Legends for Literacy Gala.” This year featured a tie-in with the New England Patriots Alumni and was held at the Marriott Hotel, Providence. The mission of this event is to raise both money and awareness of “at-risk” students, who for a variety of reasons have fallen behind in reading skills. With compromised skills, these students are more likely to fail in school, leading to a host of long-term problems. Statistically, barely 16% of public-school students read at or above grade level. This is more than serious, this is a true crisis with untold impact. This event provides funding to purchase new and innovative literacy teaching materials. Helping students catch-up and develop reading skills pays great dividends to both the individual and our communities. Patriot friend and our local partner in the Subaru Share The Love Event, Malcolm Mitchell, was the keynote speaker at the Gala. Patriot associates Adam Arens and Mary Sweeney, Mark and Stacey Perryman, Matt D’ambra, and Corinne Fox attended the event. Two days earlier, Patriot purchased and distributed over 500 copies of Malcolm’s children’s book to 2nd grade students in the Attleboro area, a fun topic of discussion at the Gala! (Photo- Corinne, Matt, and Malcolm!)

Rotary Club of Providence
Legends for Literacy

Tools for the Classroom - Patriot S

Each August, it’s "Subaru Loves Learning" Month, and Subaru retailers nationwide are on board! Subaru partnered with and Patriot Subaru North Attleboro teamed up locally with the M.Virginia Cunningham Elementary School in Pawtucket, RI. Once again, Patriot was proud to donate $3000 to MVC to spend at the AdoptAClassroom online store. This way teachers can purchase the supplies that they feel are specific and necessary for their classrooms. The online store has a wide variety of tools and books so teachers can get the things that work best for their grade and students. You can bet every penny gets spent and is put to good use. All to often, teachers have to dip into their own personal pockets for learning essentials, and that’s just not right. We hope that events like this help to build greater awareness of the AdoptAClassroom program, and other businesses will start similar donation programs. Naturally we loved the letter of thanks, and a great Thank You photo sent by the MVC students. Our pleasure!

M. Virginia Cunningham Elementary School
Tools for the Classroom

Support for Lenore's Food Pantry - Patriot S

Late 2022, and the current economy has sent food prices escalating over the past months. The economic impact is felt at all levels, and that includes community food pantries that depend on donations of food and money to stock their shelves. As times get tougher, the number of people who need assistance from food services also rises, so it’s added pressure. Lenore’s Pantry has served the North Attleboro, MA area since 1978, and has always depended on the generosity of local citizens, businesses, schools, and churches to provide the resources necessary for Lenore’s services to operate. Assistance goes to seniors who need to supplement their fixed incomes, as well as families with food insecurities. Joining in to support the initiative, Patriot Subaru North Attleboro held an employee food drive, collecting items specifically requested by the Lenore’s team, and delivered it to the collection point at the North Attleboro Town Hall. Pictured here, associate Marty Ross checks over some of the supplies getting ready to be transported over to the site. Every bit helps, neighbors helping neighbors, pitching in together.

Lenore's Pantry
Support for Lenore's Food Pantry

Keeping North Attleboro Beautiful - Patriot S

“I think that I shall never see, a poem lovely as a tree.” – Joyce Kilmer. That’s the truth. Along that line, Patriot Subaru North Attleboro has enjoyed supporting the Keep North Attleboro Beautiful organization, every year since we opened in 2014. Our donations continue to help their group with new beautification projects in the community, specifically the planting of over 20 shade trees. This summer 2022, three non-fruit bearing chanticleer pear trees were planted at the Amvet Boulevard School. In addition, a variety of perennials were planted in an expanded area near the flagpole. All plantings were diligently provided by Total Lawn and Landscape, Ine. North Attleboro. On this beautiful day we have KNAB Executive Director, Marsha Goldstein, Patriot Subaru Managing Partner, Mark Perryman, new Amvet Blvd. School Principal Alec Ciminello, Patriot Subaru General Sales Manager Matt D'Ambra, and Total Lawn & Landscape Design Manager, Julie Fitzgerald. Principal Ciminello and Amvet Blvd. School staff members expressed their delight with these beautiful plantings. Supporting green initiatives is ingrained in Patriot Subaru, which operates as a zero-land fill facility. We recycle, reuse, or return all waste items, while using a number of energy reducing techniques within the store. We offer customers extra services by taking their waste oils that we can recycle. So as you can imagine, planting trees is really fun, since we can see the growth of our investments growing every year!

Keep North Attleboro Beautiful
Keeping North Attleboro Beautiful

Warm Blankets Provide Comfort - Patriot S

Every three minutes, one person in the U.S. is diagnosed with some form of blood cancer. Recognizing this, Patriot Subaru of North Attleboro has always been a strong participant in the Subaru Loves to Care national campaign that has partnered with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. We connected with LLS New England Campaign Development Manager, Bridget McEachern, to deliver a supply of 80 blankets to Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro, MA. The package included messages of hope and strength for those suffering from a blood cancer or life-threatening illness. Each hand-written card was made by either a Patriot Subaru associate or a customer. Our team met at Sturdy to make the delivery, and met many of the key personnel from the LLS and the hospital, allowing us the opportunity to thank them for the continuous work and dedication for helping individuals and families through difficult times. On the delivery for Patriot we had Mark Perryman, Matt D'Ambra, George Jenkins, George Gamache, and Maya D'Ambra. From the LLS, Bridget McEachern, and from Sturdy Memorial, Elini Kontogil, Aimee Brewer, Kathy D. Martin, and Rose Antonino. #subarulovestocare

Sturdy Memorial Hospital
Warm Blankets Provide Comfort

Fundraising For Fur Friends - Patriot S

Patriot Subaru was once again a sponsor and participating vendor at the annual Harvest Fest, a special fundraising event held by the “Friends of Attleboro Animal Shelter”, Attleboro, MA. (FAAS) Anyone who knows our store knows that there's at least one dog in the store at any given time! Patriot's Betty Husted and Destri Desilets set up a great display - we had raffle prizes, treats and fun handkerchiefs for the dogs, while we showed some of the car accessories available to pet owners who like to travel with their pets. The real fun was meeting so many people out and about walking their dogs, taking in the beautiful afternoon. Best of all, the event raised $17,700 to benefit FAAS, with the funding helping to vet, vaccinate, alter and prep current and future shelter pups for new loving homes. Patriot Subaru encourages adoption, particularly for those animals that may have a physical disability, but never an ounce short of love. We’re already looking forward to next year! #PetAdoption

Friends of Attleboro Animal Shelter
Fundraising For Fur Friends