Greenville County Animal Care Named Beneficiary of Newly Established 501c3
Greenville, SC -- Homeless animals in Upstate South Carolina are benefitting from a newly established non-profit organization called Partners in Animal Care. Its mission is to raise funds and bolster community awareness for Greenville County Animal Care, South Carolina’s largest open-admission shelter.
“Our organization is very excited to support Animal Care in its mission to build a NO KILL community.” said Sue Austin, Partners in Animal Care Board President. “Now, individuals and businesses, large and small, can use the 501c3 status of our organization to make tax-deductible donations that will support the state’s largest animal welfare organization.”
Partners in Animal Care supports Greenville County Animal Care through fundraising and grant writing initiatives. This year, Partners demonstrated its commitment to Animal Care with a $20,000 founding gift.
This summer, the organization launched a six-part Yappy Hour Event Series. The events are hosted at Brewery85 and the series is sponsored by Dog Culture, Lawrence Building & Renovation, and Wilson Kibler. The next event is September 23rd from 2-4pm. Leashed, friendly dogs are welcome!
“The next step in our mission to become NO KILL is increased fundraising and backing from the community,” explained Shelly Simmons, Animal Care Division Manager. “We’re thrilled to have the support of Partners in Animal Care and are confident that with increased awareness, the community will rally behind our efforts.”
For more information about Partners in Animal Care and how you can help Greenville County Animal Care save the lives of Upstate animals, and achieve NO KILL designation, visit http://partnersinanimalcare.org/.
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About Partners in Animal Care
Founded in 2016, Partners in Animal Care is a 501c3 charitable organization formed to support Greenville County Animal Care, the state’s largest open-admission animal shelter, through fundraising and community engagement initiatives. Partners in Animal Care is an all-volunteer board consisting of 10 animal-loving residents of Greater Greenville, several of whom are active volunteers at the 20-acre facility at 328 Furman Hall Road.
About Greenville County Animal Care
Greenville County Animal Care is dedicated to promoting the compassionate treatment of animals in our community through adoption, education, and affordable spay/neuter and veterinary care. We have the largest, most diverse selection of adoptable pets in the Upstate, and our innovative programs and partnerships are steadily moving Greenville County toward becoming a NO KILL community.