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Indianapolis Office Drive for Humane Society

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Sentry Management Indianapolis asks you to donate to the Humane Society of Hamilton County for the holidays. The Society has Indiana’s only open admission, no-kill animal shelter. Please drop off your donations (or checks payable to Humane Society of Hamilton County) to Sentry Management, 8425 Keystone Crossing, Suite 108, Indianapolis, IN 46240. Or call 317.251.9393. Donations will be accepted between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm until Friday., December 15th. 2017.

The” wish list” for collection include:

·       Trash Bags & Cleaning Supplies (bleach, laundry detergent, paper towels)

·       Science Diet Brand Dog & Cat Food

·       Bath Towels, Kong Dog Toys, Dog Collars

·       Yesterday’s News & World’s Best Brand Litter

All donations are tax deductible. Bring in your furry friend for a treat!


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