At the beginning of every year, Gettysburg Beer Runners’ leader, Mark Purdy, has an empty “Big Brown” plastic bottle. Every Wednesday, after the weekly run in and around Adams County, the members of the Gettysburg Beer Runners deposit their contribution and at the end of the year, a local non-profit is randomly selected to receive the accumulated funds. This year the lucky winner was the Adams County SPCA.
On Wednesday evening at O’Rouke’s (another longtime ACSPCA supporter), the Beer Runners presented a check for $1,264.15 to ACSPCA treasurer and Beer Runner member, Katie Carroll, who thanked the group for its generosity and summarized the services provided by the ACSPCA and its great work in finding new homes for animals in need.
Sam's Club Community Grant
Community Aid has recently presented another $25,000.00 grant to the Adams County SPCA for it's partnership.
Total contributions - $291,265!
Thank you Community Aid!!
We have a Community Aid collection bin at the Shelter in our parking lot and in the following locations: Dutterers Family Restaurant, Scozzaro's Old Mill Inn, G & D Sales, Hanover Shoe Farm, Berwick Township, New Oxford Borough, Tyrone Township, Battlefield Hearth & Solar, White Deer Mailing Service, Inc. & The Pike Restaurant. Community Aid donates $.04 per lb of clothing to the Adams County SPCA on any of their bins that have the SPCA logo.
Know how you can help Community Aid keep helping us and other non-profits? Shop at Community Aid thrift stores and use Community Aid clothing bins when disposing of your used clothing.
If you are interested in having a Community Aid clothing collection bin with the ACSPCA logo at your place of business please call 717-334-8876 Ext. 22.
To know more about this wonderful organization www.communityaid.net.