Kendall’s ‘12 Days of Caring’ is a holiday event designed to give back to the markets we serve through a variety of outreach activities centered around our customers, the community, and our employees. Each year, we spend 12 days focusing on our Kendall Cares mission, giving back to local-non-profit organizations, and showing appreciation for our customers and employees.

December 9th

At Kendall, we pride ourselves in not just donating funds to local nonprofits, but standing behind the causes we support with an active involvement. We have a few surprises for the Boys and Girls Club of Emerald today, and throughout our 12 Days of Caring. Follow along with us to see what we are up to.

December 10th

As a thank you for trusting us with their business, our Kendall elf will be handing out some extra holiday cash to unsuspecting customers with Kendall plate frames.
#IDriveKendall

December 11th

There’s More that Unites Us Than Divides Us!
The pandemic forced us into quarantine and the tragic wildfires forced us out of our homes.
Amid all the chaos the community’s response showed us that there is always more that unites us than divides us.
Kendall Auto, The Eugene Emeralds, The Hope Project, Heritage Distilling, and Richardson Media are uniting to create this apparel to continue our community’s financial support for quick response needs– large and small, in our community.

*All profits will be donated to The Hope Project. To learn more about this amazing organization, visit: www.hopeprojecthelps.com

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December 12th

Join Kendall Eugene and help support our FILL-THE-TRUCK Canned Food Drive, to benefit Food for Lane County and provide hunger-relief to local citizens impacted by wildfires and Covid-19.
Donations can be dropped off at any of our Eugene dealerships now through December 15th. Monetary donations are welcome as well!
To make the food drive even better, Kendall Cares of Eugene will make a monetary match for each item donated!

December 13th

Kendall Subaru is proud to have selected Kidsports as our hometown charity for the 2020 Share the Love Event!
In this, our 13th year, Kendall Subaru has taken part in giving back to those in need in the community during the holiday season through the Subaru Share the Love Event. Subaru will donate $250 to the customer’s choice of a national or our hometown charity, Kidsports for every new vehicle bought or leased at our dealership now through January 4, 2021!

December 14th

Let’s find out who made Santa’s ‘Nice List’ this year!
Santa’s little elf will be handing out some extra holiday cash to exceptional Kendall employees who consistently go above and beyond for their team and our customers.

December 15th

#ItPaysToDriveKendall
Our Kendall elf is on the look out for unsuspecting customers sporting their Kendall plate frames. You could be walking a way with $100 extra cash as our way of saying, “Thank you for driving Kendall”.

December 16th

Things are about to get UGLY!
We know our Kendall crew can do gaudy glam better than anyone. We can’t wait to see what they come up with. May the ugliest sweater win!

December 17th

As a small token of our appreciation, we will be delivering Thank You cards from our staff, self care gifts, and a special video messages from our community to our health care heroes.
We are all so incredibly thankful for the sacrifices they make, every day and especially during this pandemic. Their dedication, commitment and courage deserve our deepest gratitude and admiration.

December 18th

Santa Claus is coming to town…and he’s bringing all his friends!
To provide some normalcy for the Boys & Girls Club kids, we are helping throw a socially distanced holiday party. Within each of their pods the children will enjoy holiday games, cookie decorating, lots of yummy treats, and gifts from Santa.

December 19th

Santa’s elf is back at it again!
Let’s find out who else made Santa’s ‘Nice List’ this year!
SA little extra holiday cash is just a small way for us to say thank you to our employees who exemplify the Kendall Way year-round

Once again we are partnering with The Hope Project to provide some holiday spirit and a little relief for families effected by the Holiday Farm Fire.

December 20th