Humane Society receives Rachael Ray Save Them All COVID-19 Relief Grant from Best Friends Animal Society to help save pets
Bainbridge Decatur County Humane Society is pleased to have received a Rachael Ray Save Them All COVID-19 Relief Grant from Best Friends Animal Society to ensure that BDCHS continues to help save the lives of homeless pets living in Decatur County.
“This grant allows us to continue our lifesaving work by helping us with our general overhead costs, such as vaccinations and food, so that we can maintain the level of care the animals deserve, which is central to our organization’s mission as we serve our community” said Ashley White. “In this uncertain time, our goal will be to save as many dogs and cats as we were on track to save prior to the pandemic. We are grateful to our community for their support and appreciate the help from Best Friends Animal Society in making “Helping the Helpless” possible.”
Bainbridge Humane Society is an active partner in the Best Friends Network, which offers resources and support to fellow shelters, rescue groups, and animal welfare organizations across the country.
“When you choose to foster or adopt your next pet, you are becoming part of the solution right here in our community,” said White. “And community is more important than ever right now.”
The Rachael Ray Save Them All COVID-19 Relief Program, administered by Best Friends and funded by The Rachael Ray Foundation™, provides COVID-19 relief grants to shelters and rescue groups across the country. The Rachael Ray Foundation helps animals in need and is funded by a portion of proceeds from each sale of Rachael’s pet food, Nutrish®.
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