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Help ICT SOS End Human Trafficking

We sell cars so we can turn around and give back to the community. That’s our hearts, that’s what matters to us. We are constantly looking for ways to help Wichita grow. Selling new and used cars is just the way that we create the ability to impact Wichita.

One of the organizations that we are truly excited about working with is ICT SOS. It’s an organization that acts “as a liaison between specific local professional groups who work with trafficked you and adults, and the Wichita volunteers who seek ways to be involved in finding solutions to fight sex trafficking.” (from their website)

We have partnered with ICTSOS to help them in their goal to end human trafficking in our city. They work hard everyday to do what they can for the people affected by this problem.

They are currently gearing up to host the Race for Freedom 5k here in Wichita. It’s a fun race that we are so excited to help sponsor. So head over to their website and sign up for the race. Support something that truly makes a positive impact in our community. 

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Subaru of Wichita gives Gammon Students Trees

Subaru of Wichita donates 600 trees

As part of their ongoing support of local communities, on Wednesday March 19, Subaru of Wichita donated 300 trees to children at Gammon Elementary as well as 300 trees to villages in Haiti.

"We wanted to give the kids a visual representation of their choice to help change the world," said Tom White Jr., General Manager of Subaru of Wichita. "As the family comes together to plant the tree, it becomes almost symbolic. It's their mark on the Earth. They changed the planet, as a family. Too me that's powerful."

While the children plant trees in their own back yards, a thousand miles away there will be trees planted to help the people of Haiti. From 1990 to 2005 Haiti lost 22.1% of it's forest and woodland habitat. The people of Haiti rely heavily on the tees for fuel. Subaru of Wichita has worked with the people of Haiti before, helping to provide food, water, and shelter. Now the country needs trees. While we work to keep our community environmentally friendly, we also understand that we must help abroad.

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