Making A Difference, Together.

In 2013 Sellers Subaru met with Leader Dogs for the Blind about a potential partnership for Sellers Subaru's first year open and participating in Share the Love. After a meeting with the organization and a tour of the facility, Sellers Subaru staff was unanimous in it's decision to partner with Leader Dogs for the Blind as our local charity for Share the Love. Each year we have a celebration in the spring for our customers at the Leader Dogs for the Blind facility in Rochester Hills. This allows a unique experience, with Leader Dog test drives, tours of the facility and more! You can learn more here.

To date, our customers have helped us raise over $190,000
our goal is to exceed $200,000 this year!

Some of our Partnered Videos:
Puppy Madness (March Madness)
The Puppy Games (Olympics)
Back to School
Thank you to all of you for helping us reach our charity goals, if you would like to donate, please click below

Leader Dogs for the Blind                                                                                 Sellers Subaru
1039 S. Rochester Road Rochester Hills, MI 48307                                                    23651 Hall Road Macomb, MI 48042

Some History on Leader Dogs for the Blind:

Founded by three Detroit-area Lions Clubs members in 1939, Leader Dogs for the Blind empowers people who are blind, visually impaired or Deaf-Blind with skills for a lifetime of independent travel, opening doors that may seem to have closed with the loss of sight.

Thanks to the generosity of our dedicated supporters, all programs are provided free to clients, including meals and housing during training, travel and equipment. Leader Dog programs are crafted to address individual situations and adapt to our clients' changing needs at any point in their lives. From youth camp to orientation and mobility cane training through guide dog training and GPS technology integration, Leader Dog's programs give clients the confidence and skills they need to live independent lives. Leader Dog is recognized as a "Best In America" Charity by the Independent Charities of America (ICA). Their mission is empowering people who are blind or visually impaired with lifelong skills for safe and independent daily travel.

In support of this mission, our actions are guided, supported and measured by our values:

-Do what is right
-Respect and compassion
-Passion for the work
-Superior experience

For more information about Leader Dogs for the Blind, visit their website: