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CMA's Colonial Subaru Donates Nearly $15,000 to FeedMore


CMA's Colonial Subaru presented a check for $14,902.01 to FeedMore, which helps nearly 200,000 children, families and seniors in Central Virginia who struggle with hunger. It's the second year in a row CMA's Colonial Subaru has chosen FeedMore as the local charity benefactor for our "Share the Love" campaign.

"Share the Love" is a national Subaru campaign to benefit local charities and non-profits.

"The FeedMore organization provides a vital service to people in…
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CMA's Valley Subaru Donates $15,000 to Valley Children's Advocacy Center

CMA's Valley Subaru "Shared the Love" by presenting the Valley Children's Advocacy Center with a check for $15,000! The advocacy center is a nonprofit that works with local agencies to protect child victims of abuse from any further trauma.

According to Scott Simons, managing partner at CMA's Valley Subaru, the decision to give the advocacy center the money was an easy one, and they are proud to be able to support the important work the…
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CMA's Valley Honda Helps a Family in Need

On Tuesday, January 16, Layla Gross and her family received a free, refurbished, and reliable car from CMA's Valley Honda. Layla is a child recovering from her second heart transplant. She's been in and out of the hospital since she was one.

This Honda Fit from CMA's Valley Honda will make it possible for Layla and her mom, Kylie, to get to all her medical appointments.[/caption]Recently, making trips to the hospital and doctor's…
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$11,000 to Toy Lift Charlottesville

Tom Powell (far left), the Founder of Toy Lift in Charlottesville, retired from CMA a few years ago after almost 20 years as our QuickLane Manager. Our CEO, Liza (front left) wanted to do something special, and knew that Tom would most appreciate a donation to the charity which he founded. So she started making phone calls to all the other car dealers in our area.

That year and every year since, CMA has come…
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CMA's Heritage Chevrolet Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

CMA's Heritage Chevrolet team members gathered together for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer at the Richmond International Raceway. The walk raises money for the American Cancer Society to fund innovative research, provide free information and support, and to help people reduce their breast cancer risk or find it early when it's most treatable.
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CMA's Valley Subaru Donates to Local Cancer Patients

CMA's Valley Subaru partnered with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to deliver 80 blankets to the UVA Hope Cancer Center in Fishersville.

In addition to the blankets, customers and CMA associates from CMA's Valley Subaru wrote personal message of hope. The notes and blankets are meant to be a reminder to people going through chemo that they aren't alone in this fight.

CLICK HERE for the full story on WHSV.
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CMA's Colonial Honda Day of Service

 Team members from Colonial Honda volunteered to help out at Westover Hills Elementary School in Richmond, VA. Over the course of two days, they did some major landscaping, painting, and general cleanup of the courtyard and grounds.

Once of CMA's core values is Community Involvement. We give back to the communities that support us every day. It is in our DNA. We get involved.
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Team CMA Plays it Forward

On April 30, CMA team members from our Charlottesville and Valley locations competed in a Human Foosball tournament to benefit Jefferson Area CHIP (Child Health Improvement Program). Team CMA won 3 games straight and made it to the playoffs! While we didn't win the CHIP Cup, it was a fun day for a good cause.

Jefferson Area CHiP partners with families to create a nurturing home environment and to promote the health and well-being…
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CMA's Valley Subaru Makes $24,000 Donation to the MaDee Project

The MaDee Project in Augusta County, VA can now "share the love" even more with families battling pediatric cancer, thanks to a $24,000 donation from CMA's Valley Subaru's "Share the Love Event."

The non-profit organization, named in honor of MaDee Boxler, provides financial support to families handling pediatric cancer. Boxler, who graduated from Fort Defiance High School, died in 2010 at 22 after battling Hodgkin's Lymphoma.

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