Subaru Loves Pets
Subaru Loves the Earth
Subaru Loves Learning
Subaru Loves to Help
Subaru Loves to Care
Whether they live in our homes or in the wild, Subaru is committed to keeping all animals safe and healthy.
Loving the environment means more than loving the great outdoors. It means working to preserve it.
It’s our goal to make the pursuit of knowledge available to as many minds as possible.
In a perfect world, hunger would be history and hope would be commonplace. We believe a perfect world is possible.
We should all have a chance to lead a healthy life. We’re aiming to give as many people that chance as we can.
Hatfield Subaru is fortunate to be a part of the Columbus community. We are proud and honored to serve our customers and other members of the community, and appreciate all the support provided by you throughout the years. We always make a conscious effort to show our appreciation by providing exceptional customer service, as well as contributing and staying active within the community.
Ohio Subaru Crew (OSC) is a group of Subaru enthusiasts from Ohio and base in Columbus. OSC was created for the purpose of the Subaru community. We can be located on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube. We are pleased the Hatfield Subaru has become a proud sponsor of The Crew. Hatfield Subaru has become the OSC Subaru dealership for car sales, parts and service by providing excellent and professional services. Our partnership has turned into "family and friends". A special thanks to GM Freddy Tamayo we call him Freddy T, without his dedication and hard work the 1st OSC meet would have not been possible. We look forward to growing our relationship with Hatfield Subaru.
Thanks to Hatfield Subaru for participating as a marquee sponsor of the 2016 WAG! Dog Festival on Saturday, August 20. It was the perfect day’s adventure for dogs and people together. Taking place in the beautiful settings of Prairie Oaks Metro Park, there were pet-friendly trails to wander and lakes to splash in…where the route to activities led past appealing booths occupied by the area’s best dog-related product and service providers. WAG! Fest helps dogs in need. And, thanks to Hatfield Subaru’s involvement, the event was able to help over 30 central Ohio dog-serving organizations reach thousands of donors and potential adopters.
Hatfield Subaru joined The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to deliver a "care"-a-van of blankets and care cards to blood cancer patients at The James Cancer Hospital. Hatfield employees presented doctors, nurses and administration with more than 100 packages for patients.
The Capital Area Humane Society was honored to be selected as Hatfield Subaru's Hometown Charity for the Share the Love event. Your generous support of the Capital Area Humane Society will make a huge impact on the lives of the animals that come through our doors every day. Our animals come to us in a variety of ways, from Good Samaritans bringing stray cats into our Animal Support Center to our dedicated Humane Agents rescuing dogs, cats, rabbits, pigs and more to our partner shelters throughout Ohio transferring dogs to us through our EmBARK program. No matter how they come to us, our entire team of staff and volunteers provide them with the veterinary care, socialization, and treats they need to ensure they are happy, healthy and ready to find their new homes! Your gift makes this work possible and will help save the lives of so many animals this year. Thank you Hatfield Subaru for your support. We are so grateful!
We were lucky enough to partner with Grateful Hearts Senior Dog Rescue from Chillicothe, Ohio on Saturday, October 24th for our Tricks N' Treats pet adoption & appreciation event. Grateful Hearts specializes in rescuing dogs from abusive situations or from euthanasia at high-kill shelters across the nation. They believe that every dog deserves to live a happy, healthy life until its natural end. We were joined by 4 of their loving, adoptable dogs and by the Columbus branch of BarkBox, who supplies boxes of high-quality dog products delivered to customers monthly. Dog friendly prizes were raffled off with all proceeds benefitting the ASPCA. Grateful Hearts walked away with several pet supply donations and some monetary donations and 1 of the 4 dogs was adopted. Ari, a senior Chihuahua and the longest resident at Grateful Hearts, finally found her forever home with customer, Carolyn.
Hatfield Subaru in Columbus, Ohio was one of the main sponsors for the annual WAG, A Dog-Friendly Festival held Saturday, August 22 at Prairie Oaks Metro Park. The free festival featured many dog-related exhibits and activities, dozens of vendors with product samples and treats and several dog rescue groups and organizations with animals for prospective dog owners to adopt. The event provided dogs and their owners a unique opportunity to get valuable pet information, products and view demonstrations and performances.
This upcoming school year will be my 5th year teaching at Franklin Heights High School as an Intervention Specialist. I will be teaching resource room English this year (which is a smaller class for kids who need a bit more support than the regular education classroom can provide). I will have the seniors this year, and was planning on implementing a senior project in which students would be required to research career fields, build portfolios, make meaningful contacts with potential employers, and complete community service (in an area of interest if at all possible). I was thrilled to hear that Hatfield had chosen to support my students and I; I will now be able to provide the supplies for my students to create long lasting portfolios and overall, give them the tools that they will need to obtain and keep a job in an area of interest after high school. I will also be able to buy the supplies that I need for literacy stations that I plan on using not only with the seniors, but with the sophomore class that I have as well. Many students are performing at different levels, and stations will allow them to work independently on goals specific to their needs while I work either one-on-one or in small groups with students. Having funds available will make this process much easier, and I think much more effective! We have some amazing kids at Franklin Heights, and I am so thankful to have the funds to make this year even more successful! I can't thank Subaru enough!
The decision for us at Hatfield Subaru to select Nationwide Children's Hospital for our Share The Love Hometown Charity was simple. We raised nearly $13,000 to benefit the children who have been stricken with life-threatening illnesses. As we have an associate who has a child at our dealership who suffered through leukemia, we felt obligated to Share The Love with Nationwide Children's Hospital and look forward to continuing this great relationship into the future.