Pictured in order from left: Marcus Molinaro, Dutchess County Executive; Skip Pryce, CEO, Greystone Programs; Sara Greenberg Hoye, Chief Advancement Officer, Greystone Programs, Inc.; Terrence McGouran, General Manager, Mid-Hudson Subaru; Lydia Byskop, District Operations Director, on behalf of Senator Sue Serino; Anil Beephan, East Fishkill Councilman; and Steve Caswell, Dutchess County Legislature.
For thirteen years, Subaru’s Share the Love event has supported not-for-profits around the country. For every car that Subaru sells during this event, they donate $250 to the customer’s choice of the listed nonprofits available.
Mid-Hudson Subaru generously invited Greystone Programs to participate in the 2020 Share the Love Event as their local charity of choice, and donated funds above the $250 per vehicle for a total of $32,266. “We are very humbled that we can present Greystone with something that we do on a regular basis, and now have the chance to have an impact on someone else’s life. We are honored to partner with Greystone again for 2021,” said Terrence McGouran, General Manager, Mid-Hudson Subaru.
“We are so grateful to Mid-Hudson Subaru for choosing Greystone Programs as their local charity.” We have so many deserving individuals in our care who will benefit from this generous donation,” says Skip Pryce, CEO of Greystone Programs. “We are also so appreciative of all the Subaru customers who chose Greystone as the charity they would like to support.” Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro who attended the May 25, 2021 event said, "As a parent of a child with disabilities, I can tell you we live it every day, but what Greystone does is tremendously important, and after the year we have all had, this contribution will go a long way."
Greystone Programs provides exceptional services and life-enriching opportunities for children, adults, and families living with Autism and other developmental disabilities. As a recognized human services provider, Greystone offers certified residential programs and community-based /non-residential programs that include habilitation services in a five-county region of the Hudson Valley, New York.