Pet Age Staff//January 16, 2018
Pet Age Staff //January 16, 2018
Dazzling Paws Jewelry LLC issued year-end checks totaling $1,050 to four charities as a part of its commitment to supporting animal and people organizations. Throughout the year, 20 percent of sales from items purchased from the Charity Jewelry line is donated back to different nonprofits.
Dazzling Paws Jewelry selected four nonprofit organizations to receive donations from purchases made in 2017. A $250 check was issued to the Plover Police Department in Plover, Wisconsin, to help with medical expenses for K-9 Officer Bill. The Susan G. Komen for the Cure in Madison, Wisconsin, received a check for $50 toward breast cancer research. A $360 check was issued to the University of Wisconsin, School of Veterinary Medicine in Madison, Wisconsin, to help fund canine cancer research. The Texas Border Collie Rescue in La Porte, Texas, also received a check for $390 to help with medical expenses for the care of foster dogs.
The Charity Jewelry line continues to evolve to help nonprofit animal organizations across the country. Since the inception of the line, Dazzling Paws Jewelry has donated more than $6,550 to animals in need.
“It’s a tremendous feeling to watch the Charity Jewelry line flourish,” said Myra Westphal, Dazzling Paws Jewelry founder and president. “The continuous growth allows us to expand our giving ability which affects animals and people in the community and across the U.S.”