Craig Zinn, Subaru of Pembroke Pines, Donate $159,045 to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital


Craig Zinn Automotive Group, presented a check worth $159,045 to the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital on June 12th. The donation was the culmination of a 2-month fundraising campaign.

Zinn, who owns and operates Subaru of Pembroke Pines, Florida’s #1 Volume Subaru Store, according to Subaru of America’s Sales Data 2018, chose the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital as their official Hometown Charity, donating $250.00 for every new Subaru vehicle purchased or leased from November 15, 2018, to January 2, 2019.

“As I look at the children walking by and know that the money we are giving is going to provide them with immediate services feels incredible. We are committed to our community; it is our responsibility to be not just a good businessman, but to be a good corporate citizen,” said Craig Zinn, founder, and CEO at the Craig Zinn Automotive Group.

Community investment is the foundation of how the Craig Zinn Automotive Group operates. So much so that community leaders came together to acknowledge Craig Zinn for his ongoing humanitarian contributions. City of Pembroke Pines, Mayor, Frank Ortis, along with Vice Mayor Jay Schwartz, and Commissioner Angelo Castillo recognized Mr. Zinn by presenting him with the Key to the City of Pembroke Pines. Broward County Commissioner, Dr. Barbara Sharief’s office, presented a Proclamation on behalf of the Broward County Mayor, and Board of Commissioner declaring June 10 as “Subaru of Pembroke Pines Day” in Broward County. U.S. Congresswoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz issued a Congressional Congratulatory Letter of special recognition to Mr. Zinn for his outstanding and dedicated service to the South Florida Community.

“Our team at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital is beyond grateful for the support of Mr. Zinn and his family, the Craig Zinn Automotive Group and the Subaru of Pembroke Pine’s ‘Share the Love’ initiative. Their generosity supports our mission to provide exceptional quality of care in a loving and caring environment to the children and families in our community. Philanthropy and corporate support are critical to our mission as we grow the hospital by four stories and extend our services to families in South Florida and beyond.  We are so thankful,” said Caitlin B. Stella, MPH, Chief Executive Officer at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital.

Over the last four years, through his dealership Subaru of Pembroke Pines, Craig Zinn has donated more than $616,000 to local hometown causes, making Subaru of Pembroke Pines the most charitable Subaru retailer in the United States to date.