WASHINGTON –The National Park Foundation (NPF) is participating as a national charity partner beneficiary for a 10th consecutive year in the Subaru Share the Love® Event. Running from November 17, 2022, through January 3, 2023, the campaign connects people everywhere to the value of experiencing the outdoors together and provides the opportunity to give back to the more than 400 national parks across the country.
Through the annual Subaru Share the Love Event, Subaru of America and its participating retailers will provide support to the National Park Foundation, while helping to drive public awareness of the Subaru commitment to protect national parks, and to connect people to these places we all share.
As the largest corporate partner of the National Park Foundation, Subaru of America has provided over $55 million in support to protect national parks since 2013. During that time, Subaru of America has funded projects to increase recycling and composting in parks and championed innovative solutions to reduce waste in parks through its Don’t Feed the Landfills initiative. Piloted in Denali, Yosemite, and Grand Teton National Parks, the program has reduced waste taken to landfills by half, eliminating more than 19 million pounds of trash through recycling, composting, and educational initiatives.
“We thank Subaru for its generosity, which is driving transformative solutions, helping to accelerate innovative sustainability efforts across America’s national parks,” said National Park Foundation President and CEO Will Shafroth. “The National Park Foundation is grateful for the lessons learned as a result of its partnership with Subaru, which is helping to ensure national parks are preserved, protected and shared with future generations.”
Click here to learn more about the National Park Foundation’s expanded partnership with Subaru in support of NPF’s Outdoor Exploration, Parks of the Future, and Resilience and Sustainability initiatives.
About the National Park Foundation
The National Park Foundation works to protect wildlife and park lands, preserve history and culture, educate, and engage youth, and connect people everywhere to the wonder of parks. We do it in collaboration with the National Park Service, the park partner community, and with the generous support of donors, without whom our work would not be possible. Learn more at nationalparks.org.