the background points to the Ruud Family Foundation Adoption Center. Michael Burke MOUNT PLEASANT– The Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS) revealed that the Ruud Family Foundation and Ted Sokoly & & Nancy Toll are matching all donations made to its Racine school this year, as much as $75,000.
“We are blown away by the kindness of the Ruuds, along with Ted and Nancy, who have actually championed our work in the Racine community,” said Anne Reed, Wisconsin Humane Society president and CEO. “Animals in the neighborhood depend on our lifesaving programs and services, and these incredible donors are assisting to inspire additional gifts to support animals and families in Racine County.”
The WHS Racine Campus, situated at 8900 16th St., is open for adoptions by appointment and has actually resumed limited vaccine centers and spay/neuter services. The building continues to be closed to public traffic due to the pandemic; WHS wants to use public trips in the spring. WHS has likewise worked with a youth programs organizer at the Racine school to establish and release programs for kids in the regional neighborhood.
The new facility is double the size of the former Chicory Road area and includes state-of-the-art veterinary area, broadened pet dog and feline housing, a community room, and outdoor strolling paths on its 5 acres. The shelter also includes separate entryways for individuals looking for adoption services versus those in need of surrender services, care for lost animals or end-of-life euthanasia services.
To double the effect of assistance for the animals and households of Racine County, go to wihumane.org or contact Stephanie Nespoli at 262-554-6699, ext. 5009, or email email@example.com!.?.!. 0 comments Get local news delivered