Subaru Shares the Love with Klingberg

Share the Love_Klingberg_2017check presentationAs part of Subaru’s Share the Love Campaign, Schaller Subaru was able to donate  $15,711 to Klingberg Family Centers.

Schaller Subaru  chose to partner with Klingberg Family Centers for the ninth annual Subaru “Share the Love” national campaign, during which Subaru pledged to donate $250 with every new Subaru purchase or lease.  The Share the Love event ran from November 17th through January 3rd.   Schaller Subaru would like to thank all their customers who purchased a car and designated Klingberg Family Centers as their local charity.

“Our choice of Klingberg Family Centers seemed natural to us, given that their mission is to help and heal children and families,” says Art Schaller, Jr., President of Schaller Auto World.  “We care about our neighbors and have long admired the work that Klingberg does for children and families in our communities.”   Schaller Auto is a family-owned and -operated business.

Mark Johnson, Vice President of Development at Klingberg Family Centers, says, “Our relationship with the Schaller family goes back many years.  Schaller Auto World is a longtime sponsor of the Klingberg Vintage Motorcar Festival, which raises money to support children and families.”

Founded in 1903, Klingberg Family Centers is a private, nonprofit multi-service agency providing help to thousands of persons across Connecticut each year through twenty distinct programs. Klingberg’s mission is to extend hope and healing to children and families whose lives have been traumatized by abuse and/or neglect in its various forms, severe family problems, and mental health issues. Klingberg’s main campus is located in New Britain, Connecticut, with an additional location in Hartford. For more information about Klingberg Family Centers, visit

Schaller Auto World was founded by Gustave Schaller in 1953.  They operate four dealerships, Schaller Honda and Schaller Mitsubishi in New Britain, Schaller Subaru in Berlin and Schaller Acura in Manchester.