- (December 20, 2017) - The Humane Society of Charlotte (HSC) will receive a donation from Invisible Paw Prints this Christmas Eve. The 1st Annual Doggie Toy Drive accepted donations November 16 - December 22 to donate to three dog shelters, including The Humane Society of Charlotte (HSC). Led by Rob Kortus, this initiative was started to help shelter dogs throughout Charlotte.
"Our vision is to become the called-on organization to provide therapy dog assistance to various communities throughout the United States today, tomorrow and into the future," said Rob Kortus, CEO/Founder of Invisible Paw Prints®, Inc.
"We are delighted to be a beneficiary of this generous donation by Invisible Paw Prints. Our
animals need help all year-round, but extra love at Christmas time really makes them feel loved and special," said Emily Cook, Marketing & Communications Manager of The Humane Society of Charlotte.
Nearly 2,600 animals have been sheltered and adopted out by The Humane Society of Charlotte in 2017. Sheltering an average of 120-150 animals at any point in time, the HSC staff strives
to give these animals extra attention and love, especially
during the holidays.
Invisible Paw Prints, Inc. is an organization led by compassionate volunteers who use their canine companions to provide heartwarming visits in support of local community organizations. Invisible Paw Prints, Inc. is an approved IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity organization. They are a 100% volunteer organization. All donations are put back into the organization.
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