Big Cat Coffees website accepts NH Humane Society donations
The company and the humane society began their collaboration with annual events such as the Black Friday Adopt-a-Thon and an Indoor Triathlon at Funspot. More recently, they joined forces online, with the company setting up its website - www.BigCatCoffees.com - to accept donations to the nonprofit animal shelter. The donations are then presented to the shelter at the end of each quarter.
"We thank each and every person that donates to the organization through our website. We appreciate them offering a little extra something for their love of the furry creatures, especially during times of economic hardship," Beth San Soucie, sales and marketing manager of Big Cat Coffees, wrote in an email.
Big Cat Coffees, 109 Industrial Park Drive, along with its sister site Perk at Work, also is an official drop-off location for the New Hampshire Humane Society. For more about the humane society or to see animals available for adoption, go to www.nhhumane.org.
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