Feeding America

Ciocca Subaru Loves to Help

The pandemic that is devastating our country has left hundreds of 

thousands out of work and in need.


Specifically, the nation's food banks are under tremendous strain. Donations are down. Critical volunteers are staying home. And 

with schools closed across the country, many children are at greater risk of hunger. As the brand committed to Love for over a 

decade, naturally, it makes sense for Subaru to do our part and help.

Ciocca Subaru strives to serve as a positive force in our community, and help wherever we can, however we can. We want to immediately help those affected and we know our ongoing support will be necessary as our local communities work to get back on their feet. Through the Subaru Love Promise, and the Subaru Loves to Help initiative to support local communities, we are proud to announce a new partnership with Feeding America. Feeding America is the nation's largest domestic hunger‐relief organization with 199 food bank relationships, serving 60,000 food pantries across the country.

We will be working with the Second Harvest Food Bank of Lehigh Valley and Northeast Pennsylvania. Second Harvest Food Bank is committed to reduce hunger in Pennsylvania by providing food resources, raising awareness of the challenges of hunger, and advocating for people who need help meeting basic needs. Second Harvest Food Bank partners with GIANT, Alice Ann Miller Hunger Hero, Sharon's Pantry Humanitarian, donors, and volunteers to distribute nutritious food to people in need. Second Harvest Food Bank distributes food through a network of 200 non-profit member agencies through 6 counties counties - where nearly 60,000 people are served each month. If you are looking to help and donate here is a link to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Lehigh Valley and Northeast Pennsylvania  http://shfblv.org/.

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What the Pennsylvania Food bank needs now more than anything is your time.

They are looking for Volunteers to help distribute food to those in need.
Visit http://shfblv.org/ and click Volunteer

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