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Beacon Animal Rescue receives large donation from Pints ​​4 Pets | Brigantine






Pints ​​4 Pets founder Amy Osborn, left, presents a check for $ 3,000 to Beacon Animal Rescue board member Roy Cook of Upper Township to executive director Ryan Parker of Egg Harbor Township, and Chairman of the Board Don Bellis, of Ocean City.


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Beacon Animal Rescue, the nonprofit and volunteer animal rescue service serving Cape May and Atlantic counties, recently received a check for $ 3,000 from the founder of Pints ​​4 Pets, an organization founded especially for Raise money for Southern Jersey animal rescues.

Former Miss New Jersey Amy (Fissel) Osborn, who grew up in Ocean City, started Pints ​​4 Pets in 2014. Her annual event was held at a local brewery for the first five years. The aim was to bring beer lovers together with animal lovers and to raise money for local shelters. The event has grown exponentially, and this year the eighth edition of the Pints ​​4 Pets Network was held at The Mansion in Voorhees, where Beacon was announced as one of four recipients of fundraising efforts. evening fund.

“We are very grateful to Pint 4 Pets for this honor, which is especially precious to us at this time of year when donors have so many other financial obligations,” said Beacon Executive Director Ryan Parker. “The mission of Pints ​​4 Pets truly embodies the spirit of Christmas.”

Pints ​​4 Pets is an all-volunteer charity in South Jersey whose goal is to improve the lives of animal shelter animals right here in South Jersey, where their sponsors and supporters reside. The group believes it is important for supporters to know exactly how and where their donations have a positive impact on the lives of homeless animals.