Stuff the Trunk

Representatives of KleinLife joined volunteers from Colonial Subaru in Feasterville to stuff the trunk of a new Subaru with emergency blizzard bags for local seniors

The Times

Photo: Stu Coren

Representatives of KleinLife joined with volunteers from Subaru of America in Cherry Hill, New Jersey and Colonial Subaru in Feasterville in stuffing the trunk of a new Subaru with emergency blizzard bags earmarked for delivery to seniors in Bucks, Philadelphia and Montgomery Counties who cannot shop or cook for themselves. The seniors are served through the RSVP Philadelphia Home Delivered Meals Program.

Posing after packing (from left) are Julie Barksy, KleinLife community services director, Fred Rice, Subaru web content manager, Michael Britland, delivery specialist for the Feasterville dealership, Karen Wells, Subaru corporate retail administrator, and Sam Najem, IT leader for Subaru.

Stuff the Trunk was part of the 2017 Subaru Share the Love day of service at KleinLife. The 10th annual Subaru of America Share the Love Program is being conducted in conjunction with the Meals on Wheels network to deliver nutrition, compassion and comfort to our nation’s most vulnerable seniors. RSVP Philadelphia also provides some 70,000 home delivered meals annually to area seniors in Bucks, Philadelphia and Montgomery Counties. It can be reached at 267–345–7787.