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The 2022 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award

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

We're honored to receive the 2022 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award. 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.

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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.

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Did Schomp 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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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.

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Environment

Subaru and our retailers are committed to protecting and preserving the Earth, not just by our words, but also by our actions.

Since 2018, as part of the Subaru Loves the Earth initiative, Subaru and retailers across the country have partnered with TerraCycle® and have collected over 7 million pieces of hard-to-recycle trash from their communities. Items such as snack bag wrappers, coffee cups, or used cabin air filters from service areas have been diverted from landfills and given a second life by TerraCycle when it is converted into durable furniture and other usable items.

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Education

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 369,000 award-winning science books. In addition, through our partnerships with Staples and Adoptaclassroom.org we supported teachers and students with donations of $400,000 in gift cards and school supplies.

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Community

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.

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Health

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.

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How is Schomp Subaru dedicated locally to the Love Promise?

The commitment Schomp Automotive has to its communities spans the decades the business has been in existence. Giving back continues to go hand-in-hand with our business’s success. The Schomp SPARK community initiative focuses on Education, Wellness, and Stewardship in our community. Stewardship - Schomp Automotive understands that people in our communities experience unforeseen challenges. We’re there to react and offer support in a myriad of ways. Whether it is responding to a natural disaster or making sure that our local little league team can afford new uniforms, we’ll be there to help. Health & Wellness - Healthy people make for healthy communities. We focus on children’s health and wellness. Our major effort in this area, extending over 29 years, is Schomp’s support for the Pediatric Burn Center at Children’s Hospital Colorado. We keep the words of our CEO, Aaron Wallace, in mind: “If we are going to give, let’s give to the weakest, the most helpless, the most injured, those most in need.” Education - We are passionate about children and education. Our charitable efforts in this area focus on vocational education, teaching life skills, and basic adult preparation. That’s why we support our local public education foundations, such as Arapahoe Community College, and have two annual award programs, Teacher of the Year and Coach of the Year, to recognize outstanding educators in our community.

  • Paws On The Ground
  • Aurora Warms the Night|The Family Tree
  • Village Exchange Center|Arapahoe Community College|Teacher of the Year Award Program|Coach of the Year Award Program|Lotus Charter School for Excellence
  • Aurora Mental Health Green Spaces Program
  • Children's Hospital Colorado Foundation

Love Promise Stories from Schomp Subaru

Subaru and Schomp 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.

Schomp Subaru rallies to support Mental Health

Project Helping is a mental health non-profit that focuses on making it ridiculously easy for people to volunteer. We believe that when you engage in your community and do good for others you start to feel good yourself which in turn improves your mental wellness. Schomp has been a dedicated supporter of Project Helping’s efforts to improve mental wellness over the last few years. As a non-profit, fundraising is a huge source of income for the organization, and, when the pandemic hit, fundraising and obtaining sponsorships became increasingly more difficult. We had to get creative with our efforts, but even when finding a solution to host a safe in-person event at a drive-in theater, there were still fewer sponsors than usual. When this was brought to Schomp’s attention, they immediately stepped up and dedicated their efforts to provide us with a sponsorship offer and showed up to our event with their Subaru fly signs and gift basket for the auction. This year we were able to welcome back in-person fundraising efforts and Schomp was there to support us throughout the entire process. As a mental health non-profit we have recognized a large gap in the time dedicated to youth mental health programming and we wanted to dedicate our fundraising efforts this year to this. Schomp recognized our efforts and graciously chose us to be the recipient of the Share The Love Event. A portion of the money we received will go directly to the development of a teen mental health app, which was created by teens for teens with our youth programming partner Ivy Sky. The remainder of the money will go to our Kynd Schools Program which works to put Kynd Kit Kiosks in local middle and high schools and give students access to important mental health resources. The support we have received from Schomp has been incredible and has truly made an impact on our organization.

Community Support

We at Gateway Domestic Violence Services, were so grateful when Subaru reached out to ask if they could partner with us for their monthly donation collection with their customers and employees. The heard about our work after chatting with the Aurora Police Department on what services was needed, the most assistance in the Aurora community and immediately contacted us to pitch in Schomp Subaru dropped of many essentials items like bedding and toiletries as well as $500 in gift cards that we can distribute to the recovering families that need assistance, we appreciate everyone who participated and contributed to our organization, with out individuals and organization such as Schomp employees and costumers we wouldn't be able to continue to do the work that we do, the gifts and contributions is extremely appreciated, and we look forward to partnering up with you all in the near future Thank you, Michelle :)

Thankful for all the support. Paws on the Ground

Paws on the Ground Colorado has been working with Schomp Subaru for several years to raise funds and awareness for our organization through community events held at their dealership, most notably, our fall festival Bark-A-Boo. We are so grateful to Schomp Subaru for hosting such a festive and meaningful fundraiser! From encouraging people to donate or bring needed supplies, to creating custom merchandise for sale, to fantastic Yeti prizes for the pet costume contest, Schomp Subaru thought of every little detail to make the event fun and memorable. Our mission at Paws on the Ground started as an advocacy group to reduce puppy mill commerce, which grew into a foster-based rescue to help animals from high kill shelters by taking in the unwanted, displaced, medically in need and abandoned. We help facilitate transport, rehabilitation, rehoming and medical services for these rescue animals, and adopt them into their loving forever homes. With Schomp Subaru’s support, we found families for eight of our dogs that were looking for homes directly from the event. Not only did Schomp Subaru help with a direct donation, but the awareness they brought with additional media exposure is also invaluable in helping our rescue pets find loving homes and positioning our organization in the community as a non-profit to continue to support. Our volunteers, shelter partners and the animals we love are immensely grateful.

Community Cares Kits & Aurora Warms the Night

Homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic was labeled a “crisis within a crisis” by the media outlets nationwide, and people experiencing homelessness were projected to be in the highest category of people to contract and die from the virus. Local non-profit outreach efforts through street outreach and low-barrier shelters help navigate these individuals affected by homelessness to work toward stability. Distribution of hygiene kits during street outreach is one of the most effective ways in building rapport and trust with individuals on the street. "Aurora Warms the Night has been on the front lines of addressing homelessness for decades and the pandemic has created additional levels of concern throughout the region that we have never seen before. Addressing these exacerbated needs through willing partners like Schomp, provides us these much needed resources and relief for the needs of those experiencing homelessness.- Gabe Romero, Executive Director, Aurora Warms the Night.

Schomp Subaru & Village Exchange Center

On behalf of Colorado International Soccer Academy (CISA), we are very proud to collaborate with Schomp Subaru Sports Alliance and Village Exchange Center to be part of this great opportunity to the Aurora and Denver youth by providing soccer technical skills development to The Beast soccer team. We had a fantastic time coaching these talented kids the fundamentals of soccer and sharing some insight into player experiences, team values, teamwork, individual soccer skills, and much more. We loved these kids' passion for the game. Supporting their dreams to become something meaningful in sports is very motivating. We enjoyed every practice session. So did our CISA club players who interacted and played scrimmages together with the team. Our communities need more programs with the primary focus of having fun while playing a sport. The festival was fantastic; kids had tons of fun interacting and learning from each other, we enjoyed the delicious treats, and made our soccer community more enjoyable. We highly encourage you to keep moving forward with this program, as it brings opportunities and learning experiences to our communities.- Nelson

The Beast Soccer Club, thanks Schomp

Our recent program with Schomp Subaru was a smashing success. For about a year we have been trying to launch a youth soccer club with our organization and Schomp Subaru comes in, helps us workshop a name and logo and kit color, find a coach and a venue for a starter match, and helped us acquire jerseys and needed gear. Such a creative, engaging and helpful group to work with. We look forward to an ongoing relationship with all involved - especially the wonderful team at Schomp!- Austin Lazek, Village Exchange Center

Subaru Loves the Earth

We were so thankful to have been part of the Subaru Loves the Earth initiative this year with Schomp Subaru. Through the initiative they partnered with three of our Aurora Mental Health Center facilities to build beautiful green spaces for the community we serve. One in five Americans will have a diagnosable mental health condition in any given year, and half of us will experience a mental health challenge at some time in our lives. For more than 40 years, we at Aurora Mental Health Center has used proven programs to help people achieve better mental health. We also provide education that enables people to maintain their emotional health regardless of the personal challenges they encounter in life. These green spaces, a collection of vertical Tower Gardens on site, aligned perfectly with our mission and initiatives to help people achieve better mental health. Our community now has a place that consistently has a beautiful collection of leafy greens and herbs that they can enjoy all year long. At our Stith Location, we are integrating the Tower Gardens into a program with our new community kitchen. Clients are being trained on the Tower Gardens, how to harvest and then incorporate into meals and dishes. The importance of green space and mental health go hand and hand; we are so thankful that Schomp Subaru recognized this and partnered with us to make it a reality. - Lori Banks, CEO

Family Tree and Schomp Subaru

Here at the Family Tree House of Hope, we're dedicated to providing safe shelter and supportive services for adults and children that are experiencing child abuse, domestic violence, and homelessness. We provide emergency residential services, case management and advocacy, therapeutic services, outreach support, housing search and placement, education and employment support, among many other services to the Arapahoe County community. We're so grateful to Schomp Subaru for hand-delivering over 200 large fleece blankets that we can distribute to our patrons to help keep them warm on those cold Colorado nights. These blankets mean so more than just small shelter from the elements. To these individuals, they can mean a feeling of security, a much-needed gesture of kindness, or even just a touch of normalcy that can make such a difference. Their team has gone the extra mile to share our cause with their employees and the community so that more people can be aware of these struggles and the dire needs of their neighbors and choose to volunteer or donate to help. We look forward to working with Schomp Subaru in the years to come. Thank you so much for all you do for our communities.

Thank you Schomp Subaru- from the APS Foundation

Schomp Subaru has been a wonderful sponsor and partner for the Aurora Public Schools Foundation for the past 3 years. This year, Schomp was the Valet sponsor to our 9th Annual Relentless Gala. The dealership provided a professional valet service for all of our guests. Additionally, their team went above and beyond, putting together over 500 gift bags with: snacks, water, and informational cards; to place in event guests’ cars. Such a kind and thoughtful gesture! We are so appreciative of Schomp Subaru’s partnership!

Schomp Subaru's Community Care Kits

We are so thankful for the Schomp Subaru Community Care Kits. The program was an incredible response to the current homeless crisis we are experiencing in our city. To build an impactful program in the community, Schomp Subaru collaborated with us and multiple non-profits focused on providing resources for those experiencing homelessness to understand their needs and what would help support our outreach efforts. Here at the St. Francis Center we provide shelter as well as services that enable people to meet their basic needs for daily survival and to transition out of homelessness. “People experiencing homelessness face a daily struggle to survive each day. Through street outreach our team knows how small gestures of kindness can offer much needed hope in the moment. We are grateful for Schomp Automotive’s commitment to care for our unsheltered community members.” Jim Boberschmidt, Director of Outreach, St. Francis Center of Denver. The Schomp Subaru Community Kits included the following items; Water-Resistant Fanny Pack, Crew Socks, Sunscreen, Lip Balm, Anti-Bacterial Wipes, Shampoo, Conditioner, Deodorant, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Hair Comb, and Lotion. Street Outreach is basically the craft of community connection that requires rapport-building and trust. The Schomp Subaru Community Cares Kits worked well because I could connect quickly with people, in the moment, and that is key. In addition, the Schomp Subaru Community Cares Kits were so nicely packaged that they were kind of a gift, a treat. This makes rapport-building easier. I didn’t have to fumble around with my outreach gear, in a situation that can already be awkward enough—for all concerned. I was able to simply hand something of value, that was functional and neatly packaged—and folks were truly grateful. Thank you so much to Schomp Subaru for the thoughtful and well-designed community support. The Schomp Subaru Community Cares Kits helped make the connection! - Greyden Charlesworth, St. Francis Center Community Outreach Coordinator.

Cares Kit Program

I am a local social worker and co-responder in Arapahoe county. I reached out to multiple agencies in an attempt to find care kits for our local homeless population. Upon reaching out, Nikki with Schomp Subaru, responded immediately. Schomp Subaru provided me with 50+ care kits within 3 days. The kits included items such as socks, toiletries, and other sanitary items. We are so thankful for the charitable support and prompt follow up from Nikki with Schomp Subaru and would highly recommend working with them in the future.

Supporting Students in Aurora

Immediately upon opening their location in Aurora, Schomp Subaru has been focused on partnering with and supporting the local community. Their investment into Aurora Public Schools students through the 2020 Share the Love event helped catalyst a review and refresh of all financial literacy curriculum for K-12 students. The fact that our students will learn how to balance a budget, understand investment markets and other critical financial skills is a tribute to Schomp Subaru. I cannot say thank you enough for your support of our students and community!

Financial Literacy for Aurora Public School.

The over $30,000 Schomp Suburu generously donated to Aurora Public Schools will go far in impacting the life skills of thousands of APS students in an area that is growing more and more national and state attention - Financial Literacy. Thank you, Schomp, for supporting our students!

Schomp Subaru provides to local college

Schomp Subaru utilized proceeds from Subaru share the love to provide a unique gift to the Arapahoe Community College (ACC) Sturm Collaboration Campus. Schomp will provide around $250,000 over the next 5 years to support innovative programs and student scholarships as the region comes back from the devastating COVID-19 pandemic. Schomp and ACC has had a long-standing partnership with our Auto-tech program, but through our expanded partnership, ACC is poised to provide a talent pipeline to all areas of Schomp Subaru including HR, Sales, Finance, IT, and of course Automotive Techs. Schomp's investment will help countless students through their educational journey as they enter the workforce. Schomp's forward thinking vision matches well with the ACC Sturm Collaboration Campus vision of working alongside the entire talent ecosystem including k-12, community college, universities, workforce centers, and industry. The Sturm Collaboration Campus co-locates these entities to create a more efficient and effective talent pipeline system for both students and industry. Schomp's commitment to their community is second to none, and they demonstrate this through their quality service, outstanding workplace reputation, and of course their commitment to give back and invest in community driven initiatives that will make a tenfold difference in the lives of community members.

Dedicated to their Community

Working with Schomp Subaru was an absolute pleasure. In the winter of 2020 the APS Foundation was a Hometown Charity Partner. We decided the funds raised would go to Personal Financial Literacy for Aurora Public Schools Students. In Aurora Public Schools, many students are first-generation students and financial education is not something their families have. Being able to teach students from a young age how to properly use items like a credit and debit card, what is good debt, how to invest funds. All of these items our students need to be successful in their professional life. Schomp Subaru is truly changing the lives of our students, and their families. We are incredibly grateful.

Schomp Subaru Helps At-Risk Children and Families

Founded in 2008, WeeCycle strives to improve the health and well-being of at-risk Colorado infants and toddlers. We collect, “weecycle” and match essential baby gear – including diapers, baby food and formula – both directly to families in need and through our network of community partner organizations serving individuals experiencing poverty, homelessness, domestic violence, teen pregnancy and under-employment, as well as those serving immigrants and refugees. By “weecycling” baby gear, we help keep children clean and safe and contribute to a healthier environment for their future. While 2020 has been a trying year for all of us, it's been especially difficult for the most vulnerable families that WeeCycle serves. Aside from the stress of the pandemic, these families are faced with not knowing where their next meal is coming from or how they'll pay the rent. Though we were forced to cancel most of our fundraising events due to Covid-19, we were fortunate enough to be able to host our annual Birdies for Babies Golf Tournament in September 2020. Schomp Subaru has a strong history of supporting the communities in which they operate and we were thrilled to receive their support for this event, which raised over $50,000 to help distribute essential items such as diapers, wipes and baby food and formula to vulnerable populations throughout Denver and beyond. We cannot thank Schomp Subaru enough for their support and generosity, and look forward to a continued partnership with Schomp to help make our community a better place for all of us.

Schomp Subaru Helps At-Risk Children and Families

Founded in 2008, WeeCycle strives to improve the health and well-being of at-risk Colorado infants and toddlers. We collect, “weecycle” and match essential baby gear – including diapers, baby food and formula – both directly to families in need and through our network of community partner organizations serving individuals experiencing poverty, homelessness, domestic violence, teen pregnancy and under-employment, as well as those serving immigrants and refugees. By “weecycling” baby gear, we help keep children clean and safe and contribute to a healthier environment for their future. While 2020 has been a trying year for all of us, it's been especially difficult for the most vulnerable families that WeeCycle serves. Aside from the stress of the pandemic, these families are faced with not knowing where their next meal is coming from or how they'll pay the rent. Though we were forced to cancel most of our fundraising events due to Covid-19, we were fortunate enough to be able to host our annual Birdies for Babies Golf Tournament in September 2020. Schomp Subaru has a strong history of supporting the communities in which they operate and we were thrilled to receive their support for this event, which raised over $50,000 to help distribute essential items such as diapers, wipes and baby food and formula to vulnerable populations throughout Denver and beyond. We cannot thank Schomp Subaru enough for their support and generosity, and look forward to a continued partnership with Schomp to help make our community a better place for all of us.

Schomp Subaru Helps At-Risk Children and Families

Founded in 2008, WeeCycle strives to improve the health and well-being of at-risk Colorado infants and toddlers. We collect, “weecycle” and match essential baby gear – including diapers, baby food and formula – both directly to families in need and through our network of community partner organizations serving individuals experiencing poverty, homelessness, domestic violence, teen pregnancy and under-employment, as well as those serving immigrants and refugees. By “weecycling” baby gear, we help keep children clean and safe and contribute to a healthier environment for their future. While 2020 has been a trying year for all of us, it's been especially difficult for the most vulnerable families that WeeCycle serves. Aside from the stress of the pandemic, these families are faced with not knowing where their next meal is coming from or how they'll pay the rent. Though we were forced to cancel most of our fundraising events due to Covid-19, we were fortunate enough to be able to host our annual Birdies for Babies Golf Tournament in September 2020. Schomp Subaru has a strong history of supporting the communities in which they operate and we were thrilled to receive their support for this event, which raised over $50,000 to help distribute essential items such as diapers, wipes and baby food and formula to vulnerable populations throughout Denver and beyond. We cannot thank Schomp Subaru enough for their support and generosity, and look forward to a continued partnership with Schomp to help make our community a better place for all of us.

Von's Vision Center

My name is Austin Alley and I am the Director of Operations with Von's Vision, the personal foundation of Denver Bronco Von Miller. The mission of Von's Vision is to provide low-income students with access to the eyecare and corrective eyewear they need to be their best in the classroom and in life. Earlier this year, we began a major partnership with Schomp Subaru to launch our latest Von's Vision Center. This Vision Center is a mobile kiosk installed at local Boys & Girls Clubs that house all of the frames, accessories and optometry equipment needed to provide no-cost vision screenings and prescription glasses to in-need students. While we have yet to officially "launch" this program to the public (COVID restrictions at the Boys & Girls Clubs have prevented us from working directly with the kids for the time being), this Vision Center with Schomp Subaru with provide hundreds of students with access to no-cost optometry care and much-needed glasses. Across the entire district, Denver Public Schools has more than 27,000 low-income students who need some level of vision correction. The impact that Schomp Subaru's Von's Vision Center will create will be lifechanging for a number of these low-income students. By being able to see well, the entire trajectory of a student’s life will change. They will perform better in the classroom, focus more outside of the classroom, and ultimately pursue their dreams. This Von's Vision Center will be staffed with local volunteer doctors once a month to perform regular no-cost eye exams to the students at the Boys & Girls Club in Aurora, CO.

Schomp Subaru rallies to support Mental Health

Project Helping is a Denver non-profit that aims to improve mental health in the community around them. As a non-profit, fundraising is obviously a huge source of income for the organization, and as COVID swept the nation, their annual fundraising event was not looking good. Project Helping was able to put together a new idea for a SAFE fundraising event- holding it at a drive-in theater. This came with a rescheduling in date and time, and far less sponsors than usual. A few days before the event, we spoke with Carla from Schomp automotive about tickets to event. She and James immediately got together and within a few hours we had a sponsorship offer from them. While this may not seem like a huge deal- it absolutely was. We were struggling and they were immediately there to help out. Even with short notice, they showed up to our event with their Subaru fly signs and gift basket for the auction. We cannot thank Schomp, Carla, and James enough for their continued support of our mental health programming and fundraisers.

Sharing the Love for the High Line Canal

The High Line Canal is a treasured 71-mile linear park that serves over 500,000 people annually in the Denver metro area. The High Line Canal Conservancy, the nonprofit working to preserve, protect and enhance the High Line Canal, greatly benefited from a $56,000 donation from Schomp Subaru during the 2019 Subaru Share the Love Event. This donation will help accelerate projects, programs and partnerships to lift up this beloved open space for all to enjoy. Schomp Subaru awarded the $56,000 check to the High Line Canal Conservancy during Rally for the Canal-ly along the Canal behind Schomp Subaru in Aurora, Colorado. This day, on September 14, 2019, community members and leaders gathered along the Canal sporting signs, rally towels and pom poms. Participants celebrated the tremendous accomplishments to protect and enhance the Canal with inspiring remarks from community leaders, a volunteer cleanup and family-friendly activities and food.Together, with the community, we celebrate these amazing impacts from the event: -Presentation of a $56,000 check from Schomp Subaru to the High Line Canal Conservancy, which will jump start the Conservancy’s implementation initiative, which includes: -Caring for over 24,000 trees -71 new mile markers -51 new wayfinding signs -Over 15 new community spaces -20 improved crossings -Stewardship programs with over 400 volunteers -Celebration of the completion of the Plan for the High Line Canal, a two-year effort resulting in 100 recommended projects to improve Canal safety, access, and environmental health -Gathering of community leaders from Denver Water and the 10 jurisdictions along the Canal -Removal of 550 pounds of trash from the Canal by over 40 volunteers during the cleanup

Sharing the Love for the High Line Canal

The High Line Canal is a treasured 71-mile linear park that serves over 500,000 people annually in the Denver metro area. The High Line Canal Conservancy, the nonprofit working to preserve, protect and enhance the High Line Canal, greatly benefited from a $56,000 donation from Schomp Subaru during the 2019 Subaru Share the Love Event. This donation will help accelerate projects, programs and partnerships to lift up this beloved open space for all to enjoy. Schomp Subaru awarded the $56,000 check to the High Line Canal Conservancy during 'Rally for the Canal-ly' along the Canal behind Schomp Subaru in Aurora, Colorado. This day, on September 14, 2019, community members and leaders gathered along the Canal sporting signs, rally towels and pom poms. Participants celebrated the tremendous accomplishments to protect and enhance the Canal with inspiring remarks from community leaders, a volunteer cleanup and family-friendly activities and food. Together, with the community, we celebrate these amazing impacts from the event: - Presentation of a $56,000 check from Schomp Subaru to the High Line Canal Conservancy, which will jump start the Conservancy’s implementation initiative, which includes: - Caring for over 24,000 trees- 71 new mile markers - 51 new wayfinding signs - Over 15 new community spaces - 20 improved crossings - Stewardship programs with over 400 volunteers - Celebration of the completion of the Plan for the High Line Canal, a two-year effort resulting in 100 recommended projects to improve Canal safety, access, and environmental health - Gathering of community leaders from Denver Water and the 10 jurisdictions along the Canal - Removal of 550 pounds of trash from the Canal by over 40 volunteers during the cleanup

Schomp Subaru boosts kids' creativity in Aurora!

Many thanks to Schomp Subaru for hosting their Art 2C Gala on November 14th to benefit students at Downtown Aurora Visual Arts (DAVA). DAVA is a community art center that provides free after-school art programs for kids of all ages in northern Aurora. Because we are a non-profit that serves hundreds of students, we are in constant need of art supplies to keep kids creating! This is the second year that Schomp Subaru's Art 2C Gala has benefited DAVA students. We are so grateful for wonderful community partners like Schomp Subaru for supporting DAVA, because all kids deserve a safe, creative space to thrive!

Ryan's Make a Wish

My son Ryan who has a muscle disease, reached out to Make A Wish and explained to them how important his car is to him and how he would love to have his car restored. Make A Wish reached out to Schomp Subaru and with their help made Ryan's wish come true. Schomp Subaru went above and beyond all of our expectations. The team at Schomp Subaru completely disassembled Ryan's car, corrected all the hail dents, installed new fenders and repainted Ryan's car. They did new weather stripping around the doors, new heads and resealed the engine. Went through the brake system to make it safe and reliable. When it came to the interior, they installed the seats that Ryan had dreamed of along with new carpet, back seat and stereo system. Rims and tires were also added to bring it all together. Schomp Subaru made Ryan's wish come true. They worked as a team from the body shop and engine shop. The Front office was exceptional at making sure they did all they could to make Ryan's wish a memorable experience. I can't say enough about our experience with Schomp Subaru. They were outstanding with their workmanship, professionalism and everyone working together. Just want to give everyone at Schomp another thank you!!!

Schomp Subaru Helps Family of Fallen Firefighter

The powerful image was broadcast around the world -- the body of my friend, 31-year old South Metro Fire Rescue (SMFR) firefighter/paramedic, Cody Mooney, being wheeled down the hallways of Littleton Adventist Hospital to perform his final “rescue”, escorted by an honor guard, medical personnel, and his heartbroken wife, Emily, who was due to deliver their fifth child. One by one, fellow firefighters, family, friends and hospital personnel raised their hands to salute as Cody’s bed approached on its way to the organ donation facility. “Saving lives even after his last breath … after losing his courageous fight against an aggressive brain tumor,” a spokesman for South Metro wrote in tribute. Cody’s battle began in June of 2017, when doctors discovered a tumor growing on his brain stem. He decided against surgery, since it wasn’t affecting his quality of life or ability to work. This past February, the tumor had doubled in size and needed to be removed. His operation was a success but unfortunately, he experienced complications and his health quickly deteriorated. Cody passed away on Saturday evening, March 19, 2019. My name is Matt Talafuse. I’m an SMFR firefighter and board member of the nonprofit South Metro Professional Firefighters Foundation. Our mission is to provide assistance to local first responders and their families in times of tragedy and crisis. I was aware that as the sole provider for his family, Cody had faced mounting medical bills and couldn’t keep up with car repairs. When I learned that Emily was forced to place her toddler in a car seat through a back window, I immediately contacted the PR director of Schomp Automotive to see if they could provide her with reliable transportation – maybe a short-term lease or certified used car. My wife and I have bought four vehicles from the dealership, and both Cody and I had participated in Schomp’s annual Fire Muster, so I’m well aware of the Schomp Automotive family’s commitment to our community. Schomp’s management team responded quickly with much better news than I had hoped for. With owner Aaron Wallace’s blessing, they unanimously decided to give Emily a spacious new 2019 Subaru Ascent SUV to accommodate her large family.They later learned that Cody worked at Station 18 -- just five minutes from their corporate headquarters in Highlands Ranch!Cody had married his childhood sweetheart and fulfilled his childhood dream of being a firefighter. At Cody’s service, his dad, Kevin Mooney, said his son had also dreamed of moving from his hometown of Tarzana, California because "Cody loved the outdoors and loved Colorado.” So much so that he moved his family to the rustic mountain community of Divide (population 127) at the base of Pikes Peak. He loved camping, fishing, hunting, and exploring nature with his kids and was willing to make the 85-mile commute to Highlands Ranch. Mooney family spokesperson, Justin Perlman, was one of Cody's closest friends. They went through fire academy together, and were once neighbors and members of Littleton Fire Rescue. Justin was with Emily on Thursday, May 23rd, when she was handed the keys to her beautiful new Subaru Ascent. It was perfect timing, since the lease on their home in Divide was ending, and Emily was taking a road trip to visit family in California to plan her next move. In what some might consider Divine Intervention, Emily revealed that her brother would be joining her in his Ascent which Cody had driven and “absolutely loved”. Cody leaves behind Willow, Barrett, Weston, Georgia and infant daughter Cody, named in honor of her brave father. He’d be so pleased to know that Emily intends to take their kids camping in her reliable, rugged, brand-new vehicle thanks to Schomp Subaru.

Schomp Subaru helps family of Fallen Firefighter

The powerful image was broadcast around the world -- the body of my friend, 31-year old South Metro Fire Rescue (SMFR) firefighter/paramedic, Cody Mooney, being wheeled down the hallways of Littleton Adventist Hospital to perform his final “rescue”, escorted by an honor guard, medical personnel, and his heartbroken wife, Emily, who was due to deliver their fifth child. One by one, fellow firefighters, family, friends and hospital personnel raised their hands to salute as Cody’s bed approached on its way to the organ donation facility. “Saving lives even after his last breath … after losing his courageous fight against an aggressive brain tumor,” a spokesman for South Metro wrote in tribute. Cody’s battle began in June of 2017, when doctors discovered a tumor growing on his brain stem. He decided against surgery, since it wasn’t affecting his quality of life or ability to work. This past February, the tumor had doubled in size and needed to be removed. His operation was a success but unfortunately, he experienced complications and his health quickly deteriorated. Cody passed away on Saturday evening, March 19, 2019. My name is Matt Talafuse. I’m an SMFR firefighter and board member of the nonprofit South Metro Professional Firefighters Foundation. Our mission is to provide assistance to local first responders and their families in times of tragedy and crisis. I was aware that as the sole provider for his family, Cody had faced mounting medical bills and couldn’t keep up with car repairs. When I learned that Emily was forced to place her toddler in a car seat through a back window, I immediately contacted the PR director of Schomp Automotive to see if they could provide her with reliable transportation – maybe a short-term lease or certified used car. My wife and I have bought four vehicles from the dealership, and both Cody and I had participated in Schomp’s annual Fire Muster, so I’m well aware of the Schomp Automotive family’s commitment to our community. Schomp’s management team responded quickly with much better news than I had hoped for. With owner Aaron Wallace’s blessing, they unanimously decided to give Emily a spacious new 2019 Subaru Ascent SUV to accommodate her large family.They later learned that Cody worked at Station 18 -- just five minutes from their corporate headquarters in Highlands Ranch!Cody had married his childhood sweetheart and fulfilled his childhood dream of being a firefighter. At Cody’s service, his dad, Kevin Mooney, said his son had also dreamed of moving from his hometown of Tarzana, California because "Cody loved the outdoors and loved Colorado.” So much so that he moved his family to the rustic mountain community of Divide (population 127) at the base of Pikes Peak. He loved camping, fishing, hunting, and exploring nature with his kids and was willing to make the 85-mile commute to Highlands Ranch.Mooney family spokesperson, Justin Perlman, was one of Cody's closest friends. They went through fire academy together, and were once neighbors and members of Littleton Fire Rescue. Justin was with Emily on Thursday, May 23rd, when she was handed the keys to her beautiful new Subaru Ascent. It was perfect timing, since the lease on their home in Divide was ending, and Emily was taking a road trip to visit family in California to plan her next move. In what some might consider Divine Intervention, Emily revealed that her brother would be joining her in his Ascent which Cody had driven and “absolutely loved”. Cody leaves behind Willow, Barrett, Weston, Georgia and infant daughter Cody, named in honor of her brave father. He’d be so pleased to know that Emily intends to take their kids camping in her reliable, rugged, brand-new vehicle thanks to Schomp Subaru.

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Subaru & LLS Love to Care!

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) and Schomp Subaru delivered tote bags, blankets and arts & crafts kits to children and their siblings at Children’s Hospital Colorado on July 22nd. Schomp has a long-standing relationship with Children’s and were excited to add this to their long list of community outreach with Children’s. The Subaru and LLS staff delivered the blankets to the patients in their rooms. One child was so excited he gasped when he saw the arts & crafts kit. We were honored that we could hopefully take their mind off their hospital stay for a little while. A big thanks to Schomp Subaru for their partnership and their Loves to Care program!

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Schomp Loves Access to Knowledge for All

We know that learning matters to Schomp Subaru and our partnership reinforces that they know how to Share the Love in a big way in our community. The Denver Public Library’s mission to provide “Free and equal access to all” embraces this shared commitment to increasing access to knowledge for everyone. Whether decked out in black tie or banned book attire (we saw you, Harry Potter, A Clockwork Orange, 1984, The Scarlet Letter and The Hunger Games fans...among others), nearly 650 guests filled the Central Library this fall in support of the Denver Public Library Friends Foundation’s 2018 Booklovers Ball: Banned for an evening of celebration in the stacks after hours. This annual gala was a great way to introduce the partnership with Schomp Automotive Group and Schomp Subaru while emphasizing the commitment to learning for all. From the moment guests walked the Schomp Automotive red carpet, the evening was filled with energy, glamour, delicious food, libations and more. Spirits were high as we closed out the evening on the dance floor, enjoying the library’s Music and Media area in a spectacular fashion. Guests departed with branded goody bags filled with Share the Love information, highlighting the tradition of community engagement beyond this fun event. We are inspired by the dedication of our corporate partners that make a difference in the lives of our 4 million customers each and every day. • Provide access to a lifetime of learning, free of charge. Libraries are the most inclusive public institutions in our country, serving people of all ages and origins in every neighborhood. This includes programs that provide resources for job-seekers and help recent immigrants learn English. • Raise a new generation of readers. With a commitment to early childhood literacy, strong community partnerships will help every child learn to love books and reading, preparing them to be successful in school and life. • Create community. The library provides meeting spaces for community groups and serves as a welcoming place for civic gathering. • Provide programs and services that inform and inspire. With over 20,000 free programs and services annually, the library has something for everyone. Our team of expert library staff develops high-quality programming to meet the requests and needs of the community, offering resources for learners of every age and demographic. • Preserve Denver's history and culture. Partnerships like ours allow the library to provide unique access to precious historical documents that trace our region's growth. Together, the Denver Public Library Friends Foundation and our friends at Schomp Subaru are making a difference to ensure all community members have the access to information, resources, and programs to make our communities a better place.

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Schomp Shows Its Love for the Arts

Schomp Subaru Shared Its Love for Aurora’s Sculptures and Student Arts Programs earlier this month. Sculpture met Subaru November 1st when Schomp Subaru teamed up with the On Havana business improvement district for the “Art 2C on Havana,” gala, celebrating the placement of 13 new sculptures along a 4.3-mile stretch of the busy thoroughfare from Sixth Avenue to Dartmouth. It was a great way to introduce the Schomp Automotive Group, which purchased Schomp and two other dealerships along Havana earlier this year, to the community. Schomp provided the gathering space and a sumptuous array of tapas and beverages for guests including city officials and Havana stakeholders. It also was an opportunity to showcase Schomp Automotive’s tradition of community engagement and giving back, an affirmation as well of Subaru’s “Love Promise.” Art2C gala attendees were asked to contribute art supplies for Downtown Aurora Visual Arts (DAVA), a community-based experiential learning program for children and teens who don’t normally have access to arts programming. Guests were invited to write words of encouragement and interest for the kids who participate in DAVA programs. “It was an engaging piece of ‘Sharing the Love,’ (Subaru’s signature slogan), said On Havana Executive Director-in-Training Chance Horiuchi. “Guests enjoyed it because it comes from the heart.” “We were thrilled when Schomp Subaru contacted us about the gala, and to be chosen as a recipient of art supplies,” said Susan Jenson, DAVA’s executive director. Guests donated paint, brushes and cotton canvas, “the most expensive supplies that we use at DAVA.” “It was so exciting to work with the people from Schomp Automotive,” said Horiuchi. “We haven’t met too many companies with such intentional community support. We haven’t had that relationship with a dealership. When they asked what nonprofit engages students in the arts, the first that came to mind was DAVA, which has won countless awards with its high-quality afterschool programs and workforce training.” The Art2C On Havana program is a partnership between the BID and Aurora’s Art in Public Places program. This is the eighth year for the sculpture competition. The BID puts out a call for submissions to artists every spring. Thirteen sculptures are chosen in a competitive, juried process. The 13 sculptures from the previous year are taken down and replaced with the new works of art, placed in prominent locations along Havana. “The exhibit gives residents and visitors a unique way to experience the District,” Horiuchi said. The top three winners are announced at the November gala. This year’s winners honored at the Schomp Subaru party included: First place – Dale Montagne of Silverthorne for “Time and Space,” located near the Havana Tower near Havana and Florida Ave. Second place – Victoria Patti of Arvada for “La Catrina,” located near Havana and Jewell Ave. Third place – John Wilbar of Pueblo for “Lyric,” located on Main Street at The Gardens on Havana. DAVA was founded 25 years ago on Colfax Ave. in the old downtown area of Aurora. The organization has 8,300 square feet of arts and studio space. Children from pre-kindergarten through high school participate every weekday year-round in both arts and computer programs “We have remarkable results working with a really diverse population that includes 60% Latino, 12 to 15 percent African and African-American kids as well as Asian and white children. There’s an equal emphasis on excellence in the arts and positive youth development,” Jenson explained. “We complement and supplement what the public schools do in the afterschool hours.” “Schomp Automotive has proudly supported education programs for many years. It helps us engage with the community in a very real way,” said Dealer Principal Aaron Wallace. “We were honored we could host this event. It was a great opportunity to introduce ourselves to our fellow business owners along Havana and also provide support for a community superstar like DAVA.”

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