Subaru Macon donates food and hygiene products to Daybreak

Items donated included paper towels, canned fruit, Lysol spray, and coffee.

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Subaru of Macon is driving some relief to the Daybreak Center on Walnut Street.

“Stock the Subaru” is part of Subaru’s “Share the Love” program. Subaru gave $250 to charity for every car sold this month. Subaru’s effort is helping those in need at Daybreak, by loading up a Subaru with personal hygiene products, and food.

Sister Theresa with Daybreak says cold medicine was the biggest need, because they don’t want their participants to become more sick.

“To try to catch those things when they first start and deal with them appropriately for the good of our participant and other participants and really the Macon community,” Sister Theresa said.

Other items donated included paper towels, canned fruit, Lysol spray, and coffee.

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