Raising Awareness 2018


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Every year, Chuck & Don’s is excited to raise money for our non-profit partners and causes. You can help us make a difference in our communities.
Donate any dollar amount at the register or round up your purchase.
100% of funds raised go directly to the recipient organizations.

 

Colorado

PawsCo is about collective impact; it’s about changing lives. PawsCo strives to make a systemic difference in animal welfare through a comprehensive approach that includes three divisions:
1. Spay/Neuter to prevent unwanted pets
2. Pet Food Drive to keep pets with their families during difficult times
3. Adoptions to work as a resource to shelters and assist animals in need
PawsCo is a 100% volunteer-run organization committed to collaboration, education, and efficient operation.

Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue (RMRF) makes a lifelong commitment to every cat it accepts into their shelter. In 2017, RMFR placed 1,585 cats into new homes. RMFR has space for 125 cats in their free-roaming shelter, and they prioritize being a safe-space for FIV+, FeLV+, and senior cat populations. RMFR will not euthanize a healthy animal and has no expectations for how long it should take for an animal to find their new home.

 

Minnesota

Wild and Free a non-profit organization, is dedicated to the education of the public regarding wildlife, their habitat and relieving the pain and suffering of wild animals. Professional and humane care is provided in efforts to preserve our local wildlife. They accomplish this through the cooperation of concerned citizens and the DNR. Wild and Free provides rescue, medicine, surgery and physical therapy leading to the release of wildlife into their natural habitat. The many hours of professional treatment and cost of medications, as well as volunteer care are rewarded when healthy animals can be released back into their natural habitats… Wild and Free!

 

Minnesota and Wisconsin

Can Do Canines is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities by creating mutually beneficial partnerships with specially trained dogs. Since 1989, Can Do Canines has provided assistance dogs free of charge. Fully-trained dogs are provided to clients with mobility challenges, hearing loss or deafness, seizure disorders, diabetes complicated by hypoglycemia unawareness or children with autism. Can Do Canines is the largest provider of assistance dogs in Minnesota and relies on individual contributions to support its important work. It costs more than $25,000 to train and place an assistance dog.

 

We are so grateful to our customers that help us make a positive impact in our community.