Portland, OR. The Oregon Humane Society (OHS) received a record-breaking donation of $51,560 from Lithia Subaru of Oregon City on May 5th. The gift will help provide care for the thousands of animals who come to OHS each year. Pictured above is Ryan Vaughan, General Sales Manager for Lithia Subaru of Oregon City during a “socially distanced” check presentation for OHS.

“This generous donation is critical as we work to care for animals during these challenging times,” said Sharon Harmon, OHS President, and CEO. “We are so grateful to Lithia Subaru of Oregon City for their ongoing support. They recognize the special connection people have with animals and have been a valued partner for more than a decade.”

Lithia Subaru selected OHS for the sixth year in a row as the beneficiary of their “Share the Love” event, where $300 from every vehicle purchased or leased from Nov. 14, 2019 to Jan. 2, 2020 went toward the cause.

“We are proud to continue supporting such an important organization,” said Ryan Vaughan, General Sales Manager for Lithia Subaru of Oregon City. “We simply could not provide this level of assistance without the support of our amazing customers.”

The national “Share the Love” event, now in its 12th year, is expected to bring $170 million to local and national charities, proving there is no limit to the amount of love we can all share.

From Oregon Humane Society:

The Oregon Humane Society is the Northwest’s oldest and largest humane society, with one of the highest adoption rates in the nation. OHS receives no government funds for its adoption, education and animal cruelty investigation programs. Visit oregonhumane.org for more information.