Main Street Community Foundation presented Plainville Animal Control with a $1,000 grant from the Elizabeth I. and Louis J. Matt Animal Protection Fund to be used to defray the cost of emergency medical care to treat animals so that they can be adopted.
Plainville’s Animal Control often works with animal control officers in other towns to ensure every animal has adequate care and finds the right home.
The Elizabeth I. and Louis J. Matt Animal Protection Fund was established in 2006 with an IRA charitable rollover gift from the late Elizabeth “Betty” Matt. Distributions from the fund provide care and support to animals in need in Connecticut. The Matt’s had a life-long love of, and fascination for, animals with a special interest in their care and well being.
For more information on the Main Street Community Foundation, call 860-583-6363 or email email@example.com.
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