(Easton, Maryland) – Reduce single-use plastic in the environment and give back to those in need in the local community, all while running routine weekly errands at the local Giant Food. Talbot Humane has been selected by local Giant Food store leadership as the benefiting non-profit in the Community Bag Program for the month of February!
The Giant Food Community Bag Program is an easy way for shoppers to give back to the local community and the environment as part of the regular shopping routine. Every $2.50 reusable Community Bag sends a $1 donation to a non-profit local to the Giant Food in which it was purchased.
As part of this ongoing program, every month at every Giant Food location a different local non-profit is selected to benefit from the sale of the reusable Community Bag. Talbot Humane was selected as the February beneficiary by local store leadership at the store located in Easton. Talbot Humane will receive a $1 donation for every $2.50 reusable Community Bag purchased at this location in February.
“It’s more important than ever to help reduce single-use plastic in the environment,” Patty Crankshaw-Quimby, Executive Director of Talbot Humane. “Non-profits at the local level, like us, are in need of community support. This program offers the perfect solution to multiple issues of the world today. We hope you’ll support us in February by purchasing one – or two! – Community Bags at our local Giant Food!”
For more information about the Giant Food Community Bag, please visit www.giantfood.bags4mycause.com
There are some pretty easy ways to make a big difference for the animals of Talbot Humane! Unused gift cards, round up, unused vehicles, AmazonSmile and more- all make a difference!
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Round Up for the animals! Easy and you set the limit each month- EVERY penny counts! Round Up for Talbot Humane!
Her role with us began as head coach of our UNLEASHED team- Talbot Humane’s Charity running program. Training hundreds of local friends over the past 10 years to cross finish lines and raise funds for the animals is a passion for Amy.
In 2015 Amy joined our staff as the database coordinator and later became our volunteer coordinator. Amy’s patient manner and kind heart is a perfect fit for our volunteer force. “These friends are so dedicated to the animals and the shelter, it is a pleasure working with them” shares Amy.
This year while the shelter celebrates 90 years of service, UNLEASHED will also hit a milestone- 10 years of ordinary folks to do extraordinary things for themselves and the animals! We are gearing up to train a new team for the Richmond running festival in November 2022- be on the look out for information coming in April!
If you see Amy, thank her for her work, we are thankful to have her as part of our team!
As we all know the gift of Betty White left us on December 31, 2021. While she brought great laughter and joy to many of us through her comedy, those of us in animal welfare knew her as a true advocate for those without a voice. Throughout her life and career, she used her fame to help animals across the world.
At the time of her passing a trend began on social media. The #BettyWhiteChallenge, which encourages animal lovers and those who loved Betty to make a donation to their local shelter on January 17, 2022- what would be her 100th birthday.
Talbot Humane hopes our friends will join in celebrating the amazing life of this kind and funny lady and join the challenge! Just think, if 1,000 friends donate $10 each we could raise $10,000 in her honor!
If you are so inclined we welcome you to make your donation online today: Talbot Humane Donation Page
Trey joined the Talbot Humane volunteer team in 2021. A dog lover, Trey also has mad skills when it comes to carpentry and repair work. Always a smiling face, Trey will literally show up and say “What do you need done today!” Whether walking a dog that needs some TLC or changing a door handle, he is here for the animals and staff.
With an aged building that is always in need of repairs, Trey with the assistance of his dad, has repaired kennel doors, caulking, cracked floor in the dog kennels, repaired doors, lights and more around the shelter.
This fall Trey went and spoke with the great friends at Lowe’s of Easton and asked if they would be interested in donating supplies to assist with the repairs. They stepped up and really made a difference! Thanks to Trey and our humane community they saved a tremendous amount of money that can be put towards other needs- such as animals in need of medical care.
We are lucky to have Trey on our team, if you see him around thank him for the work he does for the shelter and animals!
|This year Talbot Humane (FKA Talbot County Humane Society) celebrates 90 years of serving our community! We are looking forward to sharing the history of our shelter and the work done for the animals of the Midshore as well as look to see what the future holds.
If you or a family member was involved in the shelter and have photos or memorabilia you would like to share or lend, please contact Patty Quimby today firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-822-0107.
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