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Concordville Subaru

452 Wilmington Pike ,
Directions Route 202 South,
Glen Mills, PA 19342

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Concordville Cares about our Community

                 On April 10, 2017 we donated over $10,000 to Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. Concordville has now donated over
                $300,000 to Nemours through our Love Promise commitment. ♥




Concordville Nissan-Subaru was named as the first-ever winner of the national Subaru Love Promise Award because of the support it gives to the Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children at a national Subaru dealership meeting in late May.

Peter Lustgarten, who along with Stuart Lustgarten is the dealer-owner of Concordville Nissan-Subaru, said that the dealership has been a longtime supporter of the Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, contributing$168,000 over the years. "We want to support the hospital because it supports the children of our employees, customers and everyone else in this community," said Lustgarten. He explained how the relationship with the hospital was first formed. "Back in 2006, we made a donation to A.I. duPont Hospital and we got to take a tour of the hospital," Lustgarten explained. From that moment on, Lustgarten and the employees at Concordville Nissan-Subaru have been strong supporters, helping out in a variety of ways. Concordville Nissan-Subaru selected Nemours/Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for children as its local charity to support as part of Subaru's national Share the Love program

The dealership was a supporter of a major hospital expansion project that allowed for single rooms for young patients and overnight accommodations, including a resource room, for parents. Lustgarten explained that there are four long weekends during the year-President's Day,
Memorial Day, Labor Day, and Columbus Day-when the dealership pledges $100 for every vehicle sold. Also during the sale weekends, trained technicians from the hospital's injury prevention program conduct car seat safety checks and provide parents with information.
The dealership has also helped make it possible for the hospital to receive no-cost leases for two vehicles a Subaru Outback and Subaru Tribeca from Subaru Corporation. They are used in the hospital's community outreach and trauma injury prevention programs. Lustgarten said that Subaru always encourages dealerships to be involved in the community, and he expects Concordville Nissan-Subaru to continue to support the work of the hospital.
"We plan to continue the relationship with the hospital," he said. "Everybody gets excited to help out the hospital. It's a good organization to support. They do a lot for our community."

- Steven Hoffman


 




Concordville Nissan Subaru is helping to build a healthier future for children in the Delaware Valley. Dealer principals Peter and Stuart Lustgarten as well as all of the Concordville employees are enthusiastic supporters of Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. For every vehicle sold during holiday weekend sales, the hospital receives $200. Since 2006, the brothers have donated more than $80,000. The most recent gifts are satisfying a pledge commitment of $100,000 for the expansion of the hospital to open in 2014.

The Hospital's five-story expansion will feature all single rooms for young patients and comfortable overnight accommodations for parents. Each floor, organized into eight-bed "patient neighborhoods," will have playrooms, "pocket parks," and solariums to provide space for families to leave the intensity of the bedside and enjoy time together. The Emergency Department is expanding from 29 to 44 beds to handle a 52,000 annual visit volume. The soaring atrium lobby will have an interactive Discovery Wall, The Red Balloon gift shop, Safety Store, gelato shop and Einstein Bagels, along with a new cafeteria. Families will enjoy covered underground parking and a special Healing Garden, among other amenities.

"We want to support the Hospital because it supports the children of our employees, customers and everyone else in this community," says Peter Lustgarten.

The Hospital's partnership with Concordville Nissan-Subaru has been a strong one. During sale weekends, trained technicians from the Hospital's injury prevention program conduct car-seat safety checks and provide parents with information. The dealership has also helped make it possible for the Hospital to receive no-cost leases for two vehicles from Subaru Corporation. They are used in the Hospital's community outreach and trauma injury prevention programs.  This year Concordville Nissan- Subaru has chosen Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children as the local charity for the Subaru "Share the Love" event scheduled for November 21, 2013 through January 2, 2014.



 

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Concordville Subaru Helps Make 
the Winter a Little Warmer

 

The Auto Dealers CARing For Kids Foundation and Concordville Subaru for 6 consecutive years (since 2008) has donated over 1200 new coats to assist Chester County migrant, immigrant and American children and youth who are in need.  The value of this donation in sum over the past 6 years totals close to $36,000 in winter outer wear for families who are underserved having just moved to Chester County and/or who struggle to make ends meet.  Through a number of organizations that participate in the COSECHA (harvest) network of service providers to include Penn State Chester County Extension 4-H Creating Community Networks, children and youth are kept warm and; parents and care givers are most appreciative.  Organizations that collaborate through this project include the Maternal Child Health Consortium Kennett Family Center, the Chester County Intermediate Unit Migrant Education Program, Penn State Extension Chester County, the Chester County Health Department, the Church of the Living Fountains in South Coatesville and Kindred House in West Chester. 

Since 2008, and each year to follow, staff of these organizations wait to hear when the date is of the arrival of the coats and, make every effort to adjust schedules to visit the Penn State Extension Chester County office (601 West Market St, West Chester) to pick up coats; some organizations stocking multiple boxes for distribution to families at a central location.  The feedback received is always positive, encouraging and so appreciative to the CARing For Kids Foundation and to Concordville Subaru.  This year, with added awareness in the newspaper of the coats, we received more phone calls following the distribution for families in dire need of assistance.  This tells us that this project has a significant impact in reaching out with care and warmth to the most under represented, at risk and financially stressed and; engaging those organizations serving these families.  A few comments from recipients include "  My  mommy lost her job and now I  know I will be warm this year."  And "I will be warm at the bus stop now." And "My kids will stay warm through the winter.  Thank you for such a nice gift!"  On behalf of Penn State Extension Chester County, 4-H Creating Community Networks and the COSECHA network of service providers, thank you very much for these gifts and for the opportunity each year to work with the CARing For Kids Foundation and Concordville Subaru in reaching out to children and youth less fortunate in our communities in Chester County.