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Zesty Paws donates 50 000 dollars

Zesty Paws has announced that it has teamed up with GreaterGood.org, an independent charitable organisation, and has donated 50 000 dollars to make sure animals currently in shelters or foster homes receive the everyday essentials they need.

The two organisations came together to run the ZestFurGood campaign and encouraged pet lovers around the world to post a fun photo of their pet on social media with the hashtag #ZestFurGood. For every use of the hashtag, Zesty Paws pledged to donate 10 dollars per post, up to 25 000 dollars, to animal shelters in need through GreaterGood.org. After further consideration, the brand chose to double their donation to multiply the impact for pets in need.




|25 June 2020 | 11:56

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