Premier Subaru of Fremont donated to Abode Services This was a combined  Subaru "Share the Love Event" and Giving Hope
 The parties in the picture from left to right are ( Kathleen Garcia-Cabezas, GSM; Jean Morgan, Director of Community Outreach, Abode Service; Sam Asefi GM; Philip Leone Platform President; Esther Alva, Hope Coordinator. 

At Premier Subaru of Fremont we are committed to supporting the local community of Fremont as well as serving the Bay Area at large through charitable contributions to organizations making a real difference in people's lives; and by giving our time and effort to worthy causes. 

We are always looking for ways to give back. 

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Fremont City Mayor Lily Mei welcoming Premier Subaru of Fremont to the community 
during its opening ceremony


 A recent visit to Fremont dealerships revealed that many are top ranked nationally.

This includes our brand new Premier Subaru of Fremont dealership, 

which donated more than $32,000 to Abode Services as part of Subaru's Share the Love campaign.

Lily Mei, Mayor, City of Fremont

Premier Subaru of Fremont's General Manager, Jason Tran, presents check to local 
Fremont charity, Abode Services 


Abode Services' mission is to end homelessness by assisting low-income, un-housed people, including those with special needs, to secure stable, supportive housing; and to be advocates for the removal of the causes of homelessness.

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E. Vaz, the winner of the KQED Winter 2017 pledge drive, receives a 2017 Subaru Impreza from General Manager Jason Tran at Premier Subaru of Fremont on Friday, March 31, 2017. Photo by Alison Yin.


To contribute to the success of KQED's winter pledge drive, Premier Subaru of Fremont, offered a brand-new 2017 Subaru Impreza to one lucky radio listener.

Congratulations to E. Vaz of Castro Valley on winning a brand new 2017 Subaru Impreza!

Giving Hope

Giving Hope is a nonprofit dedicated to changing lives through love. Our mission is simple: To give glory to God and to promote human dignity. Founded in 2012 by Troy and Tracy Duhon, what began as a small local non-profit has grown into a nationwide foundation.Through the tireless efforts of our staff, volunteers, and corporate partners, we feed, clothe, house, and provide fellowship to those in need, in our community and around the world. 

In the beginning, Giving Hope focused on feeding the hungry throughout the city of New Orleans by partnering with the New Orleans Mission through 'service' days in the city where volunteers went into the community to feed those in need.  The 'feeding frenzy' quickly grew when The Food Pantry of New Orleans was opened in October of 2013 in New Orleans East.

Hope House

Concurrently the Duhon's were faced with a calling of their own;  through the process of adopting their daughter, Annah, from China in 2013 the Duhon's felt called to begin helping other children like their daughter around the world, this is where Hope House was born. 

Hope House coordinates mission trips on an annual basis to fund and build orphanages around the world. The inaugural trip was held in Hyderabad, India with Honduras following the year after. In the coming year we will be traveling to Africa!

After the adoption of their daughter, with their hearts forever changed, the Duhon's felt called to help other children all over the world by assisting other families throughout their adoption process, and so Hope for a Home was created! With so many families who feel called to adopt but are unable to do so due to financial constraints.  Hope for a Home's mission is to assist these families through the adoption process financially and as an emotional support system.

Giving Hope has long partnered with the New Orleans Mission, we to continue this relationship with the opening of the Giving HOPE Retreat Center.   This partnership will serve the men and women of the New Orleans Mission by providing fellowship and freedom.  The Giving Hope Retreat Center will provide a refuge away from the conditions of homelessness as well as help these citizens rebuild their lives through training for various trade positions. 
How One Dealership is Making a Difference by Changing Lives Through Love

Most automotive dealerships count the number of cars they've sold, the number of oil changes they've completed and the number of test drives that have occurred in a given month. At Premier Automotive, they're counting all of these things, too.

They're also counting meals served, orphans provided with a place to call home and freedom offered for at-risk individuals.

At Premier Automotive, located in New Orleans, their passion for selling and servicing cars is more than matched by their passion for meeting needs in the community and those of orphans around the world.

Giving Hope is the organization created by Tracy Duhon, wife of Troy Duhon of Premier Automotive, and their goal is to give away more than 2.5 million pounds of food and 200,000 hot meals this year. The Duhons are also preparing to open a local retreat with a 1,000 bed capacity that will offer homeless and/or addicted community members the opportunity to rehabilitate, learn job skills and get connected with employment opportunities. The Giving Hope retreat will provide a path for a brighter future.

Mission Statement

To give glory to God and to promote human dignity, Giving HOPE serves the most vulnerable among us, especially widows and orphans.

We feed the hungry and give drink to the thirsty, clothe the naked, shelter the homeless, visit the sick and imprisoned and ransom the captive.​
Giving Hope helps to meet needs in 5 key areas.:


The food pantry of New Orleans feeds over 700 people daily over half of whom are hungry and vulnerable seniors, and by 2016, Giving Hope is poised to feed over 1,000 people through the Anti-Hunger partnership.


We organize and host clothing drives for the homeless and needy who lack the appropriate attire for an interview or to begin a job.


Giving Hope plans to build of augment, one orphanage per year on a different continent: Hope House India 2014, Hope House Hondoras 2015, and Hope House Africa in 2016. We are also working towards building the Giving Hope retreat, a projected 1,000 - bed homeless rescue, recovery, and re-engagement facility for the homeless.


We offer fellowship to ex-offenders through the Angola prison re-entry program, which provides moral, spiritual, social, educational, and vocational training to offenders who wish to leave prison as better men. Giving Hope also assists in post-formation job placement.


We believe in freedom for all human beings and support anti-trafficking work through creation of safe houses for women and children at risk.