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Fundraiser for NRC Pet Pantry

Kenslea Crawley has launched a fundraiser to get a Pet Pantry going at the Neighborhood Resource Center in Fulton:

NRC Pet Pantry’s intial goals are to offer pet food and litter to those in need in the Greater Richmond Community. With the support of the Neighborhood Resource Center of Greater Fulton (NRC), NRC Pet Pantry has secured a space to build a shed to hold all food and litter donations.

What is the NRC? The “Neighborhood Resource Center is a grassroots non-profit organization whose mission is to foster personal growth and community change in the Greater Fulton Community. With the support of Executive Director Cheryl Groce-Wright we strive to not only feed the pets of our community but to educate pet owners on how to keep their pets healthy, safe and happy.


The goal of $1000 will help to purchase or build a shed to hold future donations as well as help to purchase the first bulk of food and litter as I work on building additional relationships in the community.

The fundraiser has garnered $140 towards the $1,000 goal as of Friday evening. DONATE HERE →

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