community giving

  1. Raising Awareness

    Chuck & Don's Fundraiser logo with dog and cat capsule symbol

    Raising Awareness is our annual summer fundraiser benefiting organizations strengthening the human-animal bond. You can help by making a donation at any of our stores through July 31, 2019. 

    Colorado

    Returning Soldier Initiative

    Silhouette of dog and soldier with Returning Soldier Initiative written on logo

    Making a transition from active military to civilian life can be challenging. Returning Soldier Initiative partners with Search and Rescue Dogs

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  2. Paw Print Fundraiser 2017

    Our annual Paw Print Fundraiser runs from November 18 through December 31. We are excited to share the amazing work that our recipients do. We are grateful for the support of our customers that allows us to help them. Donations will go to the following organizations: Colorado: International Hearing Dog, Inc. (IHDI) is a 501(C)3 non-profit that was formed in 1979 as the first dog training program in the United States for people with hearing loss. Since that time, IHDI has trained more than 1,200 professionally certified hearing dogs. The mission of International Hearing Dog, Inc. is to train dogs to assist persons who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, with and without multiple disabilities, at no cost to the recipient. Minnesota: Twin Cities Pet Rescue Twin Cities Pet Rescue (TCPR) was founded in 2009 and has rescued and placed over 2,000 dogs and cat since then

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  3. CHUCK & DON'S OFFERS AID TO ANIMAL ORGANIZATIONS AFFECTED BY HURRICANE HARVEY

    With Help from Customers, the Pet Food and Supplies Retailer will Raise Money for Area Shelters and Rescues MAHTOMEDI, Minn. - Chuck & Don's, the destination pet supplies store with excellent customer service and a wide selection of products, has launched a campaign to raise funds for shelters and rescues affected by Hurricane Harvey. Customers can contribute at the Chuck & Don's store nearest them through September 15. In addition to area people and businesses, the historic rains and flooding have affected some of Houston's most vulnerable residents: pets. Animals already in need have been joined by animals needing shelter as they wait to be reunited with their displaced owners, and many shelters have been compromised. "Like many, we've watched Hurricane Harvey's effect on Houston and the surrounding areas with heavy hearts," said Bob Hartzell, CEO and President of Chuck & Don's. "One of our core values at Chuck &a
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