Atlanta North Community Association Managers and other staff members spent a day volunteering at Furkids Animal Rescue & Shelters as a part of the Giving Smiles program. The staff also donated supplies to the shelter including toys, treats, cleaning products, and office supplies.
Furkids is a privately owned animal shelter, headquartered in Atlanta and is the largest cage-free, no-kill shelter in the Southeast. Their mission is to rescue homeless animals, provide them with the best medical care and nurturing environment while working to find them a forever home. To date, the shelter has rescued more than 25,000 animals.
During the day, the staff helped clean the lobby area, bathrooms, waiting rooms, and were able to wash dogs and take them on walks as well.
The Giving Smiles program is a company and employee-funded and driven program that gives back to the communities that Sentry serves. The Furkids Rescue Shelter is one, of hundreds of charities that Sentry supports across the nation.
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