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BIG DONATION, SAFE ADOPTIONS

The Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation announced a $25,000 grant to the Okizu Foundation, a Novato-based childhood cancer nonprofit whose Butte County kids’ camp was burned down in the Bear Fire in September. Suzie Randall, interim executive director of Okizu, said the grant will help her organization continue its mission to help all members of families affected by childhood cancer through peer support, respite, mentoring and recreational programs.  -Photo courtesy of Okizu Foundation

Muttville Senior Dog Rescue’s team rescues senior dogs from shelters and finds them homes. Due to the shelter-in-place orders during the COVID pandemic, Muttville closed its shelter and placed all its dogs in foster homes.  The organization came up with new protocols to safely adopt out dogs and follow physical distancing guidelines including virtual adoption meetings, where the foster parent introduces the dog to the potential adopters via Zoom or FaceTime.  -Photos of happy adopters and their dogs courtesy of Muttville

 

 

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