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Courtesy photo Pictured are LePeep Café owners Molly and David. Help Every Little Paw board members from left: Karen Hansen, Jody Campbell, Jacque Sergeant and Holly Hansen.

PAW: Business supports local nonprofit

Help Every Little Paw would like to thank LePeep Café in Riverstone for their continued support and generosity. On Aug. 4, LePeep Café donated a portion of their breakfast proceeds to this local nonprofit mission statement.

Karen Hansen, co-founder and board member encourages everyone to support local businesses who help support local nonprofits and their hardworking volunteers. “Having the support of local businesses helps us do our hard work in the community.”

Help Every Little Paw is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the health and happiness of all pets. We achieve our goal to rescue those abandoned, stray or neglected, and to provide medical attention, spay and neuter program, socialization rehabilitation and food to those in need through raising necessary funds.

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