The 2021 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award

The 2021 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 2021 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.

How is Tom Wood Subaru dedicated locally to the Love Promise?

Our Love Promise can be seen in various partnerships with local charities and non-profits. We're grateful for the opportunity, not only to be a part of our community, but to serve it as well. We are proud to partner with Miracle Place this year as our local charity of choice.

Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana

TerraCycle

Edison School for the Arts

St. Vincent Hospital

Peyton Manning Children's Hospital

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

Love Promise Stories from Tom Wood Subaru

Subaru and Tom Wood 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

On The Wings Of A Butterfly........ - Paula H

On Saturday, 7/17, our GM; Scott Reckley & I were blessed to join the folks at Miracle Place for a nice breakfast, to kick off the new art program for the children, provided by the funds raised through the "Share the Love" initiative! They also unveiled some of the new elements in the park across the street from their location. Here is a wonderful story, written by Paula Hartzer, one of the volunteers at Miracle Place: In 2019, Miracle Place received a grant from Indy Art & Seek for a large permanent art installation within our pocket park. More than 100 small public art “interventions” are being placed around the city, but only six locations received a grant for a permanent art installation. The grant is funded by the Lilly Endowment initiative to strengthen Indianapolis through Arts and Cultural Innovation. The grant is being managed by Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and the Indianapolis Council of Arts. On July 17th, the Miracle Place Pocket Park unveiled two outdoor art installations. The art pieces are steel and the design is based on the veins of a butterfly. The wings of a butterfly are comprised of veins that are used to enhance sensory perception of the world. The design was chosen by the children and families of Miracle Place in 2020 at one of our free Saturday breakfasts. The artist that created the art pieces was Consuela Poland who is the resident artist from the non-profit called “Latinas Empowering Community through Welding”. Consuela proposed the butterfly design after reviewing the Miracle Place Mission Statement, interviewing Sister Barbara and Sister Rita and from listening to the Miracle Place kids during three different design sessions. The Monarch butterflies are found within many countries and regions which reflects our kid’s diversity and because they are also a symbol of rebirth and spiritual transformation. Consuela and artist Jonathan Garmany also hosted two field trip work sessions for the children and their parents at Arsenal tech to learn about welding. The children and their parents were able to weld and paint small butterfly yard stakes with the names of the children from Miracle Place for the park.To learn more about Indy Art & Seek, follow the links below or download the app OtoCast on your phone and open Indy Art & Seek and enjoy a virtual tour of all of the art installations across the city. Come September 5 2021, the app will include photos of the Miracle Place art installation #15 Miracle Path, and photos and videos of Consuela Poland creating our artwork. www.indyartandseek.org @IndyArtAndSeek #artINDseek Thank you Paula for everything you, the Sisters & all of the volunteers do at Miracle Place, for the children and less fortunate in our community!

Miracle Place
On The Wings Of A Butterfly........

Building Connections - Shannon C

A company picnic is about building connections that just can't be made in the office and here at Tom Wood Subaru, we not only work together but we play together too! Company picnics are the perfect way to build camaraderie and it is the perfect environment for our employees to let their guards down & get to know one another on a more personal level! It's a great bonding time for those who work in different departments and may not always be able to interact on an everyday basis. It gives us a chance to talk in a laid back atmosphere - building connections that just can’t be made in the office! We had lots of great fun at Morse Lake Reservoir, with awesome food, corn hole tournaments, a bounce house & face painting for the kids, beach access, pontoon boat rides, great music & lots of fun! To top off the day, 15 different people won some great prizes too! Thank you to our GM; Scott Reckley for letting us put on this great event and to everyone who helped lend a hand! What a great day it turned out to be!

Tom Wood Subaru
Building Connections

Dogs In Service Bringing Therapy To Those In Need - Shannon C

Canine Companions is leading the service dog industry so their clients and dogs can live with greater independence. They provide service dogs to adults, children and veterans with disabilities and facility dogs to professionals working in healthcare, criminal justice and educational settings. Their dogs and all follow-up services are provided at no cost! Clients come to Canine Companions because of their reputation, the quality of their dogs, the experience of the training staff and the desire to lead life with greater independence. They are committed to providing services to all qualified clients. We recently got to work with these wonderful folks and sponsored one of their events, which raised money for this great organization. The Cochair of the Canine Companions Central Indiana Chapter; Judy Loomis, emailed this nice thank you letter: Thank you Tom Wood Subaru for sponsoring our “Perfect Pairing Event” for Canine Companions on a beautiful summer evening at Sugar Creek Winery. It was a full house, tasting wine and appetizers, while meeting some special dogs, including 8 puppies, 4 service/hearing dogs, and 3 facility dogs. At Canine Companions, we raise puppies from 8 months old to about 18 - 20 months old, in volunteer Puppy Raiser homes, where they learn 30 commands. Once they are raised, they go to Advanced Training at our regional campus in New Albany, OH. Here they learn 10 or more commands, before they are matched with a recipient - free of charge!! Also thanks to the help of Tom Wood Subaru, several who attended signed up as Monthly Miracle Makers, pledging to support Canine Companions monthly. We had presentations playing throughout the evening, showing the different tasks our dogs do for their recipient, which included a commercial from Tom Wood Subaru. We also had signs throughout to proudly display Tom Wood Subaru as our sponsor. It is a huge endeavor for our dogs to be placed free of charge, since some recipients can’t always afford something so basic as having independence. We sure do appreciate your sponsorship and look forward to working with you again in the future. Thank you, Judy Loomis and the Canine Companions Team And we'd like to thank you Judy and the whole "Canine Companions" team for being such a blessing to our community and for all of the things you do!

Canine Companions
Dogs In Service Bringing Therapy To Those In Need

Thank You For Helping Make "Miracles" Come True! - Shannon C

We are so blessed to sponsor Miracle Place each year and through all of your purchases, we have been able to donate money to this great organization, which has helped out the youth in their area! The sisters wrote a beautiful letter and then took the time to roll each one into a scroll. They then tied a red bow around each and sent 80 of them over to us in a nice basket, so we could share these with each member of our staff! How thoughtful was that!?! Since we thought this was so special, we wanted to share the letter with you! It is thanks to you, our customers, that through all of the vehicles you have purchased & through all of your service appointments here at Tom Wood Subaru, this is what has helped to make such a difference! And for that, we truly want to say.........Thank You!!!!!

Miracle Place
Thank You For Helping Make "Miracles" Come True!

The Man With A Heart Of Gold! - Shannon C

We are proud to support the Humane Society for Hamilton County and were recently there for a tour of the new facility. As we were about to leave, one of our staff asked Max Williams (Director of Marketing at the Humane Society) if there was anything else they were in need of, such as pet food donations, toys, etc. and if so, she would see what we could do? Max states in a light hearted manner, "Well we sure could use a lawn mower!" Well, the man with the heart of gold strikes again! Our GM is very modest and doesn't like to toot his own horn.........so I will! Mr. Scott Reckley (our GM) ran out that very day and purchased a brand new Toro lawn mower for them!!! Max recently shared with us: "I must say, the mower you guys got us is AMAZING!!!!! We love it! " WOW Scott, you are just the best!

Humane Society for Hamilton County
The Man With A Heart Of Gold!

Changing Indianapolis, One Meal At A Time! - Tom Wood Subaru T

Recently, 6 of our wonderful team members went out to Gleaners Food Bank to build food boxes for hungry families! Every year thousands of Hoosier families have food to eat because of Gleaners Food Bank's gracious and compassionate volunteers. Because of the volunteers generously-given time and effort, Gleaners is able to collect and distribute more than 2 million pounds of food each month. They couldn’t do what they do for hungry Hoosiers without the help of the great volunteers. Would you like to volunteer or find out more about Gleaners Food Bank? Click on the link to find out more about how you can help: https://www.gleaners.org/get-involved/volunteer/ Thanks to everyone on our team who volunteered, you are truly a blessing to our community!!!

Gleaners Food Bank
Changing Indianapolis, One Meal At A Time!

Warming Hearts One Blanket At A Time........... - Shannon C

In hospitals across the country, patients battling cancer are in the fight of their lives. They need hope. They need love. They need to know that there are Subaru retailers who care about them during this difficult time. Since 2016, Subaru of America has partnered with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) to provide love and hope to patients going through challenging cancer treatments as part of our Subaru Loves to Care Initiative. All during this month, we will continue our partnership with LLS in supporting over 40,000 cancer patients nationwide by mailing blankets and message of hope cards written by us here at Tom Wood Subaru and our customers directly to their homes in our area. We hope these blankets and cards will spread warmth, love, and hope where it is needed most to let these patients and their families know we care. Love..........it's what makes Subaru, a Subaru!

Leukemia Lymphoma Society
Warming Hearts One Blanket At A Time...........

Golfing for Education! - Shannon C

On Monday, May 24th, the Susan Jordan Golf Outing to benefit Amy Beverland Elementary School was held. The ABE Dads Club works to raise money to benefit the students, teachers, and staff of ABE, with the ultimate goal of enriching the learning experience! This golf outing is held in loving memory of Susan Jordan, who was a lifelong educator, and principal of Amy Beverland for 22 years. The impact she had on the Lawrence Community and beyond is evident, by the consistent selling out of the event, including participants and volunteers who knew Susan, from her teaching days - prior to becoming principal at ABE. The golf outing took place at Old Oakland Golf Course and was a lot of fun for all in attendance! The day included lunch, dinner, drinks and some great prizes! We are proud to sponsor this golf outing annually and proud to be in partnership with the ABE Dads Club and all the great things they do for these children! From everyone here at Tom Wood Subaru, we say, “Thank you”!

ABE Dad's Club
Golfing for Education!

Miracle Place brings a new spirit of hope! - Shannon C

A miracle is a "happening" that we attribute to God, it is special and not the normal thing. When Sister Rita Ann and Sister Barbara lived together at Holy Cross in the late 1990’s, it was a "miracle" that they saw the same need and wanted to work to serve the community on the near eastside of Indianapolis. When the Sisters established Miracle Place in 2000, they had a vision to make a difference in the lives of the residents. Then in 2012, a seed was planted to expand services and through the successful “Build a Miracle” campaign, they were able to construct a new community center in May of 2016.Through campaigns like "Share the Love" and donations from others in the community, Miracle Place has helped: • 21 of their neighbors have received repairs to keep them in their homes. • Heat assistance to neighbors in the community. • A Food Pantry • Senior Services • Thanksgiving baskets and Christmas presents for families in need. • They were able to help a family purchase a home. • Provide a sustainable garden in Joy’s Park across from Miracle Place. • After school programs and tutoring for the children. • Miracle Place obtained a $280,000 grant and with the funds, helped rehabilitate 20 owner-occupied homes in the neighborhood, providing needed items like new furnaces, roofs and windows. • An art & music program. Perhaps best of all, Miracle Place brings a new spirit of hope and a renewed sense of community to the people of Indianapolis. Be sure to check out this wonderful segment from WRTV6 to learn more about Miracle Place and how you can help!

Miracle Place

Blessing The Pets in Our Community! - Shannon C

We felt very blessed today, as we were given a private tour of the new Humane Society for Hamilton County! Wow, what a place! We are so incredibly proud to sponsor HSHC. The things that Rebecca Stevens, Max Williams and all of their incredible team have done for these animals, is just astonishing! I would venture to say, that this is one of the most amazing Humane Society's in the US! Be sure to check it out, there are lots of furry friends there, just waiting for you to give them a new home! Thank you all for everything you do!

Humane Society for Hamilton County
Blessing The Pets in Our Community!

Getting To Know Our Community............ - Shannon C

On Thursday, 4/15/21, we held our Subaru Rally Car Light Meet here at Tom Wood Subaru! This is one of Indiana's premier Subaru events! This club is for the sportiest of Imprezas and allows owners and lovers of Subaru’s to share their appreciation for and knowledge of, this fun-to-drive vehicle. Folks come out with all different brands of souped up vehicles, win prizes, receive great swag, enjoy free pizza and an all-around good time! We always have a great turn out every year and enjoy meeting so many great foks in the community! We will have another meet sometime in the fall and we hope to see you there!

Tom Wood Subaru
Getting To Know Our Community............

Changing Children's Lives in Our Community - Shannon C

Through our "Share the Love" initiative this year, we were able to raise $30,000 to donate to our hometown charity: Miracle Place! The Sisters of Providence started this wonderful facility in 2000 and throughout the years, they have blessed so many children in our community. We are so proud to sponsor them - for this our 3rd year! Through the funds raised, the Sisters have been able to provide education, tutoring, food, a playground and soon a new music program for these children. Thank you Sister Rita & Barbara for everything you have done! From everyone here at Tom Wood Subaru, we wish you lots of love & prosperity! Be sure to check out Miracle Place, read their mission or if you would like to help: https://amiracleplace.org/

Miracle Place
Changing Children's Lives in Our Community

Donating to Save Lives.......... - Shannon C

During the month of October, Subaru challenged our local shelter; Humane Society for Hamilton County to adopt out 31 pets and they did just that!!! For every pet adopted, Subaru gave $100 donation. We received a wonderful letter from Rebecca Stevens; President & CEO of Humane Society for Hamilton County, on just how much this $3100 donation helped them! These donations have helped to find the 3,223 animals that pass through their facility to find a new home. They achieved a 98% live release rate with only 1% of the animals remaining at the shelter as of January 2021. They reunited 445 lost pets with their families. They paired 28 Hoosier Veterans with emotional support animals through their "Pets Healing Vets Program". This wonderful program is free to all veterans to help alleviate the suffering caused by PTSD and/or traumatic brain injury. They just built a new world-class shelter designed to save more lives, expand their community outreach programs and provide a happier and healthier life for the animals. To learn more about their Building a Brighter Future for Hamilton County & Hoosier Animals Capital Campaign, visit www.HSHCBrighterFuture.com. Rebecca & her staff were so thankful to Subaru for their donation and for supporting their life-saving efforts! Be sure to check out your local shelter and lend a hand today!

Humane Society for Hamilton County
Donating to Save Lives..........

Volunteering Can Change Lives! - Shannon C

Every year thousands of Hoosier families have food to eat because of Gleaners Food Bank's gracious and compassionate volunteers. We love to help our community, so a group of our employees did just that!! Because of volunteers, who give their time and effort, Gleaners is able to collect and distribute more than 2 million pounds of food each month!! They couldn’t do what they do for hungry Hoosiers without the help of volunteers. Volunteering is such an important part of how Gleaners serves the community, especially in times such as these. As circumstances continue to change, they are hoping that you will come alongside and help bring awareness to their mission. Volunteer at your local food bank today, to help the fight against hunger! We are all in this together. Thank you to the Tom Wood Subaru team & all of those who give your time to volunteer!

Gleaners Food Bank
Volunteering Can Change Lives!

Helping Gleaners One Meal At A Time!!! - Sarah M

Each year, Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana distributes over 34,566,623 meals to people struggling with hunger. 1 in 8 people struggle with hunger and 1 in every 6 children! We are so proud to partner with Gleaners again in 2021 to help the "Feeding America" cause! In a country that wastes billions of pounds of food each year, it's almost shocking that anyone in America goes hungry. Yet every day, there are millions of children and adults who do not get the meals they need to thrive. Feeding America works to get nourishing food – from farmers, manufacturers, and retailers – to people in need. At the same time, they also seek to help the people they serve to build a path to a brighter, food-secure future. Together we can end hunger! You can help by partnering with Gleaners or Feeding America, volunteering at local shelters, food kitchen, or by packing meals at a location near you! Thank you for helping us in this cause!!! We can help change America, one meal at a time!!!

Gleaners

Halloween for the Homeless - Hunter R

At Tom Wood Subaru we are grateful for the opportunity to support the children in our community. In October, we visited multiple homeless shelters in Indianapolis to give out candy to the children currently there. Although, Halloween was a little different this year due to Covid-19 we still wanted to spread the love and fun that Halloween has to offer. To keep the children safe we did not pass out the candy directly to them, but dropped off boxes full of 100's of treat bags for the children to enjoy!

Miracle Place

Sharing The Love with Our Community!!!! - Shannon C

During our annual Subaru Share the Love Event, we help benefit charities in a big way! We're donating $300 for every new vehicle sold from now through January 4th! New Subaru owners get to choose from five deserving organizations: Miracle Place, the ASPCA, Make-A-Wish, Meals on Wheels, and the National Parks Foundation. Miracle Place is our hometown charity this year and especially near & dear to our hearts! Last year we were able to raise over $47,000 to help them provide comfort, compassion, and hope to kids on the near east side of Indianapolis. A portion of the money is going to buy tablets to help Miracle Place students. The tablets will allow teachers to better connect with students, especially when they need individual help. Many kids who visit Miracle Place, come from challenging living situations. They receive meals, get help with homework, and adult role models support them with everyday needs. In the near future, they plan on purchasing band instruments for the children, which will add extra structure to their lives. When it's safe, the new musicians hope to give back, by performing concerts at local nursing homes and other areas in the community. In previous years, we were able to give Miracle Place enough money to build a wonderful playground for the children. The Subaru Share the Love Event is now through January 4th. Be sure to stop in today and choose your favorite charity! Happy Holidays!

Tom Wood Subaru

Bringing Warmth to the Community!!! - Shannon C

Each year, during the "Subaru Loves to Care" initiative, we receive 80 blankets and art/craft kits to take to our local partner hospital. Due to Covid-19, sadly we were unable to visit any hospital this year, so we had to come up with a new plan. Subaru decided it would be a great idea to find a shelter in our area, that was in dire need of our help. So on Dec. 4th, we were honored to do just that and were able to deliver 80 blankets to the families at the Dayspring Center in Indianapolis. The Dayspring Center provides emergency shelter, clothing and meals for homeless families with children, throughout Indiana. There are many among us who are less fortunate. Life can be challenging for those of us who have fallen on hard times, and while some spend the day among loved ones, many are homeless, in search of stability, and in pursuit of a better life. During this holiday season, please join people around the country in donating to your local homeless shelter, and share in the joy of helping those who have no permanent place to call home. Happy Holidays to you & yours from Tom Wood Subaru!

Tom Wood Subaru
Bringing Warmth to the Community!!!

A Purr-fectly Fun & Rewarding Day! - Ellen S

We just received a nice note from our pet adoption event in October and I would love to share it with you: "Tom Wood Subaru & Staff, Just a note of thanks for hosting the adoption event back in October! We have been going non-stop since then! It means so much to us for the community to show it's support. Your generosity helped 5 cats & kittens find their forever homes that day! Thank you again for a purr-fectly fun & rewarding day! Renee Schmidt on behalf of Animal Outreach of Shelby County" Boy you just don't know how much letters and cards like this mean to us! We love to hear that the events we put on help these pets just longing for a home! Thank you Renee for your wonderful letter and we look forward to seeing you and your team next year!

Animal Outreach of Shelby County
A Purr-fectly Fun & Rewarding Day!

RAISING MONEY FOR A CURE!!!! - Shannon C

On October 8th, we held our Tom Wood Memorial Golf Tournament, in honor of our owner; Tom Wood, who lost his life to cancer in 2010. For the past 10 years, the Tom Wood Automotive Group has been the largest fundraiser to the American Cancer Society in the state of Indiana! This year was no different, through the help of all the players who participated, the ball drop, the silent auction, the donations and the sponsors, we were able to raise another $82,486.00 for ACS!!! Wow, that is our largest amount to date! The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization, dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. They are working to finish the fight against every cancer, in every community. Your donations help them do the most for people with cancer today and work tirelessly to find cures to end this disease tomorrow. Their mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer and the Tom Wood Auto Group is proud to sponsor them, through so many events each year! It is our mission, to help raise as much money as we can, to end this horrible disease! Won't you join us in the fight today?

American Cancer Society
RAISING MONEY FOR A CURE!!!!

Saving the Animals! - Max W

We are proud to sponsor the Humane Society for Hamilton County again through 2021! This shelter is an award-winning, nationally recognized organization that serves Hamilton County as an open-admission, no-kill shelter! They serve as both a Humane Society and Animal Control facility for the county, taking in over 3,000 unwanted, neglected, abused, and seriously injured animals each year. They believe every animal deserves a chance to live, love, and be loved, regardless of age, breed, disability, special medical needs, time, or space. We are so proud that through our sponsorship, along with others, HSHC is in the process of constructing a world-class shelter designed to save more lives, expanding their community outreach programs, and providing happier and healthier lives for the animals! The life they dreamed of providing the community’s under-served and at risk animals, will become a reality in the spring of 2021! "Subaru Loves Pets"......Our commitment to pets is one part of our Love Promise.

Humane Society for Hamilton County

The Underdogs!!!!! - Max W

The Humane Society for Hamilton County loves partnering with Tom Wood Subaru. Their dedication and support for animal welfare with HSHC and other organizations is impactful in making a difference in our communities. Their month long awareness campaign in October really drives home the need to find homeless animals their forever homes. The month long campaign ends with their annual Make a Dogs Day which helps the 'underdogs' find homes. These are the dogs that have special needs and can be the most difficult to place. It is a great way to end a great month of finding these animals loving homes and results in hundreds of amazing stories of redemption and strong new bonds. This year, we found homes for 73 dogs and 163 cats in October. One special adoption in particular was Dripps. Dripps is a 2 year old dog that had been in the shelter for almost 8 months. Dripps had begun to deteriorate by being in the shelter that long. He was restless, stressed and in serious need of a family of his own. Towards the end of the month, Dripps found his special person! It was a day the staff at HSHC, and Dripps of course, had been waiting on for almost a year. Dripps is now thriving in his new home with his new family and could not be happier. Without the support of partners like Tom Wood Subaru, a lot of people would not hear their stories and come to their rescue. We cannot thank Tom Wood Subaru enough for helping tell these stories!! Thank you! Max Williams Director of Marketing Humane Society for Hamilton County

Humane Scoiety for Hamilton County
The Underdogs!!!!!

Bringing the Community Together! - Shannon C

Even in the midst of Covid, we all still have to have some fun right!?!? We had a great turnout this year at our Subaru Rally Car Dark Meet! It was such a beautiful evening! We had nearly 100 people attend (while social distancing of course) and between 50 to 70 cars on display. We had White Castle on hand and handed out a few prizes to our guests after everyone got their food. We handed out dozens of coffee mugs, winter hats, dog toys and a Subaru Ascent Lego set (which was the grand prize). Everyone had a great time! The engine bay pictured was an older Forester with over 500 horsepower - this was one of the nicest cars there!!! Plenty of people from the Indiana Impreza Club were in attendance as well! We love to share our suped-up rides with the community and show just how wonderful of a vehicle Subaru truly is! Thank you to all who attended!" Peyton Dorsey

Tom Wood Subaru
Bringing the Community Together!

Driving to Help the Animals!!! - Cheri S

For our "Subaru Loves Pets" pillar, we have partnered with Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana again! Have you seen the Pet Friendly license plates and wondered how it helps animals? Funding from this specialty plate goes directly to Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana to provide free spay/neuter surgeries to shelter animals prior to adoption, helping them find forever homes while addressing the root cause of overpopulation. In fact, SNSI provides free surgeries to nearly 300 shelters and rescue organizations and keeps every penny of their funding in the state of Indiana! The Pet Friendly plate is $40, with $25 going to SNSI. To-date, SNSI has funded more than 170,000 surgeries and is leading Indiana to zero kill. How Can You Help Homeless Animals? There are many ways to help Indiana’s animals. Visit the SNSI website - you’ll find them at www.HumaneServicesIN.org. You can also follow them on Facebook to learn more about what they have planned for winter and spring of next year. Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana is on the road to zero kill. Please join them, knowing that your dollars remain in the state of Indiana and that spay/neuter is the only humane solution to pet overpopulation.

Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana
Driving to Help the Animals!!!

RIDING FOR LIFE - Robin C

Each year we love to support the team at ABATE of Indiana. These great folks ride every year to fight breast cancer and this year was no different. On October 3rd, they held the "Think Pink" Ride - Region 4's charity ride for the YWCA Women's Breast Cancer program. The crew started at Crossroads Motorsports in Lafayette, IN and ended at the VFW in Lafayette. ABATE (American Bikers Aimed Toward Education) of Indiana is a not-for-profit, safety, educational, charitable and advocacy motorcyclist organization. They promote safety, protecting rights and love to help others! Thank you, Robin Chritiansen, and everyone on the ABATE team for everything you do to promote the fight against breast cancer!

ABATE of Indiana
RIDING FOR LIFE