Hospice to host Dealer Appreciation Event on 11/29

Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice invites the community to Dealer Appreciation Night at Subaru World of Newton. The event will be held on Friday, November 29 between 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. during the dealerships annual Black Friday Car Sales Event.


Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice will provide light refreshment and will be on hand to spread the word about the great work being done by Hospice because of the generous support of Subaru World of Newton. For five years Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice has been the recipient of the Subaru Share the Love campaign. For every new Subaru vehicle purchased or leased from November 14, through January 2, 2020, the purchaser/lessee can choose the local “Hometown Charity”, Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice, as the recipient of a $250 donation from Subaru.

“We welcome this opportunity to meet with and talk to the community about the great work being done by Subaru World of Newton and Subaru Corporate,” said John Quinlan, Director of Foundation at Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice.  “Subaru has donated over eighty thousand dollars via the Share the Love campaign, which goes directly towards patient care to those in our community.”


“Stop in for great discounts and incentives during the annual Black Friday Car Sales Event – Dealer Appreciation Night,” said Brooke Canty, Business Development Manager for World Auto Group.  “If anyone has been putting off purchasing a new vehicle the Share the Love campaign is the perfect time to get a quality all-wheel drive vehicle while supporting a local non-profit organization.”


Subaru World of Newton will also hold several buyer incentives on the 29th including the first 25 people will receive $500 towards the purchase of a new vehicle and applicable participants may also be eligible for a FREE 50″ television with the purchase of a new vehicle.


For more information please contact the dealership directly at 973-579-5000.

National Children’s Grief Awareness DayA

Each butterfly pictured represents a child that has used the services of the Joseph T. Quinlan Bereavement Center in the last five years.  You can try to count them, but it will be easier to tell you that there are 296 butterflies on this wall.  The Thursday before Thanksgiving is nationally recognized as Children’s Grief Awareness Day, so on this November 21st, the bereavement center wanted to give a visual of how many children have had to deal with anticipatory grief and bereavement.

The day is designed to help us all become more aware of the needs of grieving children — and of the benefits they obtain through the support of others. Children’s Grief Awareness Day is an opportunity to make sure that grieving children receive the support they need.