02-29-2016 | BW News, Community Involvement

Furry Friends Refuge Fundraiser

By: BrownWinick


BrownWinick continued its charitable giving efforts during January and February 2016 by collecting items and raising money for the Furry Friends Refuge. During these two months, BrownWinick attorneys and staff donated items, cash, checks and Amazon gift cards in exchange for raffle tickets. On Monday, February 29, 2016, the firm held a raffle drawing to celebrate the success of these efforts, and the lucky raffle winners received gift cards.

About the Furry Friends Refuge:

Furry Friends Refuge is a nonprofit humane organization serving the animals of West Des Moines, Urbandale, Clive, and Windsor Heights. Furry Friends is a 501(c)3 tax-deductible organization and has created the first no-kill community in the Des Moines metro area. Our adoption centers are located at 1211 Grand Ave. in West Des Moines and 1723 Grand Ave. in Des Moines.

Furry Friends seeks to assist all area animals in need through a variety of programs including adoptions, spay and neuter, community outreach, and humane education. Additionally, the organization has partnered with WestPet Animal Control to provide housing, reunification, and adoption programs for stray animals in West Des Moines, Clive, and Urbandale.

Furry Friends relies heavily on volunteers, and all donations go directly to the programs that serve the animals.

To learn more, visit their website – http://furryfriendsrefuge.org/

BrownWinick Community Involvement

Our attorneys and professional staff believe that through involvement and leadership in local charities and activities, we can help improve the quality of life and strengthen our communities.

They donate their time and talents by serving on non-profit boards and committees, by providing pro-bono legal work, and by volunteering for numerous activities. In addition, the firm, its attorneys and professional staff provide monetary and other in-kind donations to numerous organizations.

To learn more about BrownWinick’s community involvement, click here.