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Boughter Law Office Presents Check to CARE

Community Involvement General  

South Bend Lawyer Kenny Sinak helps SBACC

On Thursday, November 19th, Attorney Kenneth Sinak of the Boughter Law Office presented Matt Harmon, director of South Bend Animal Care and Control, and Valerie Schey, director and founder of CARE and the Hope & Second Chances Veterinary Fund, with a $2,000 donation thanks to our "Share4Care" campaign!  Also pictured is Chanel, one of the puppies rescued through the Hope & Second Chances program, who is now available for adoption.

As I’m sure many of you are aware, our "Share4Care" campaign was phenomenally successful reaching our goal of 1000 Facebook likes and $2000 for CARE in only 3 days!  We were blown away by the support and the response that we received.  But just because we reached our goal, doesn’t mean that the campaign has ended.  We are still dedicated to promoting CARE and South Bend Animal Care and Control, and we will continue to shed light on the issue of animal welfare in the year ahead.

If you missed the campaign, but still want to get our "Share4Care" updates about the animals who are being saved through the Hope & Second Chances program, make sure to like the Boughter Law Office on Facebook.

We look forward to continuing to serve South Bend both in the courtroom and in the community in 2016!

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