Society, Subaru send blankets to cancer patients

JOHNSTOWN – Subaru of America and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) announced a collaboration to provide support and “warmth” to patients fighting cancer and their families in communities across the country.

During Subaru Loves to Care month in June, LLS and participating Subaru retailers across the country provided blankets and messages of hope to patients undergoing cancer treatment at local hospitals and treatment centers.

Visitors to Subaru retailers were given the chance to share personalized messages of hope to patients in their local communities, which were delivered alongside blankets to provide comfort and warmth as they continue their fight against cancer.

Those who wrote a message of hope received a Subaru and LLS awareness bracelet to help spread awareness of LLS and Subaru of America’s goal to provide hope and care, one gesture at a time. A total of 150 blankets were donated to the Conemaugh Cancer Center by Spangler Subaru of Johnstown and Stuckey Subaru of Hollidaysburg.

Subaru and LLS are bringing to life the Loves to Care month in close to 400 Subaru retailers across the country.

By the end of June, Subaru retailers donated more than 30,000 blankets and thousands of messages of hope to patients fighting cancer across the country.

Visit to learn more about LLS’s mission and impact and how to help Subaru and LLS make someday, today, for blood cancer patients.