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Honoring volunteer drivers and meal packers

From left: Colonial Subaru’s Ginny Deleon, volunteer driver Jay Lipschutz, Colonial Subaru’s Karen Byrd, volunteer driver Howard Rothman, KleinLife community services director John Eskate and Colonial Subaru’s Alex McLaughlin and Christine Hempsey.

As part of the Subaru Share The Love holiday program, KleinLife held a breakfast to honor its volunteer drivers and meal packers in its Home Delivered Meals Program.

Subaru of America, through its dealer network, will contribute $300 to Meals On Wheels America for every new car sold or leased through the end of the year.

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KleinLife provides some 70,000 meals annually to homebound seniors who cannot shop or cook for themselves. Volunteer drivers and packers have contributed more than 2,500 hours to the KleinLife Home Delivered Meals Program in the last year.

Over the last 12 years, Subaru and its retailers have helped the Meals On Wheels America network deliver millions of meals to homebound seniors across the country.

For more information call KleinLife at 215-698-7300 or visit kleinlife.org.

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