On April 22, 2020

Rutland Subaru Shares the Love with RRMC

Presents hospital with $23,867.31 check

RUTLAND—Rutland Subaru continues to share the love. Recently, they presented Rutland Regional Medical Center with proceeds from the 2019 Subaru Share the Love® event in support of the Enhancing our Culture of Care campaign. Rutland Subaru was one of many retailers participating in the event nationwide.

“For the third consecutive year, Rutland Subaru selected Rutland Regional Medical Center as the beneficiary of its local Share the Love event,” said Stephan Maeder, owner of Rutland Subaru. “This year, proceeds raised will support the Enhancing our Culture of Care campaign for necessary renovations to the Psychiatric Inpatient Unit at Rutland Regional. As part of the Share the Love event, Subaru donated $250 for every new Subaru sold between Nov. 15, 2019 and Jan. 2, 2020. We are proud to present Rutland Regional with a check totaling $23,867.31 in support of this important initiative right here in our community.”

Rutland Regional Medical Center has a long history of caring for patients in need of inpatient psychiatric services. As one of only five inpatient psychiatric units in Vermont, they provide short term, acute psychiatric care to adults who are experiencing a mental health crisis.

For info. visit, rrmc.org/ways-to-give/fundraising.

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