Louis Thomas Subaru Continues Subaru Loves to Care Program to Support Local WVU Medicine Camden Clark Cancer Patients

WVU Medicine Camden Clark has partnered with Louis Thomas Subaru and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to continue the Subaru Loves to Care program in the Mid-Ohio Valley for the fourth consecutive year.

As part of the Subaru Loves to Care program, representatives from Louis Thomas Subaru and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society presented blankets and art kits as gestures of hope for patients undergoing cancer treatment at Camden Clark. The comfort and support items were donated to provide warmth, love and relief when and where they are needed most.

“The connection we have with our community is evident in our partnership with Louis Thomas Subaru for the past few years. Having them come alongside us to meet the needs of our patients and families as they experience a challenging health journey demonstrates their commitment to the residents of the Mid-Ohio Valley and beyond,” said Lauren Gillian, BSN, RN, Director of Cancer Services at the WVU Cancer Institute Camden Clark Comprehensive Regional Cancer Center. “WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center and the Cancer Institute appreciate the support and kindness of area businesses.”

By the end of this year, Subaru and its retailers will have supported nearly 300,000 cancer patients nationwide since 2016. To learn more about Subaru Loves to Care, visit www.subaru.com/care and follow #SubaruLovesToCare on social media. To learn more about the Subaru Love Promise, visit www.subaru.com/lovepromise.

“It is an honor and privilege of ours to be a partner with WVU Medicine Camden Clark. The care, compassion and service they provide to our community is invaluable,” said Lou Thomas, Louis Thomas Subaru President. “All of our lives have in some way been touched by cancer. We at Louis Thomas Subaru are forever grateful for the leadership of Subaru nationally in helping to create these partnerships and the Subaru Loves to Care outreach. If in some small way a patient can find comfort in knowing someone is thinking of them our prayers will have been answered.”