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$15,000 Grant Awarded to Lost Pet Services



Lost Pet Services, Inc. (LPS) was honored to receive a $15,000 grant from The Human-Animal Alliance, a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting, supporting, and further exploring the meaningful bond between humans and animals.


The Human-Animal Alliance believes in the value of the human-animal bond, and

the importance of keeping people and pets together.


The LPS organization works hard to keep pets and their families together during

times of crisis and natural disaster. The Human-Animal Alliance recognized this

work and LPS was one of the first nonprofit organizations to receive one of their

generous grants.



The Human-Animal Alliance grant provides funding for Lost Pet Services’ pet reunification efforts. LPS has helped reunite over 150 pets following Hurricane Ian and provided medical funding for pets injured during the storm. The grant will also help support LPS’s routine medical care program; spay/neuter, vaccinations, routine medical cases, emergency temporary boarding, and pet supplies including pet food, litter, collars, leashes, beds and crates, ID tags and microchips.


To date, Lost Pet Services has provided over $160,000 in medical funding and

helped reunite over 20,000 pets with their families in Manatee, Sarasota, and

Charlotte counties.


“This grant allows us to continue keeping pets home safe, healthy, and happy with

their families during times of crisis, which is central to our organization’s mission

and our community,” said Patty Giarrusso, President. “We are extremely grateful and

honored to be the recipient of The Human-Animal Alliance grant which will help

us continue creating a safety net of care for animals in need.”



The Human-Animal Alliance is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting,

supporting, and further exploring the meaningful bond between humans and

animals, bringing greater awareness into the national spotlight.


The Human-Animal Alliance's mission centers on the following four pillars:


1) Advancing research into the human-animal bond.

2) Providing those in need with greater access to animals.

3) Keeping people and their animals together.

4) Educating the public about the benefits of the human-animal bond.


For more information, visit their website at www.h-aa.org or contact Jackie Ducci,

Founder, at jackie@h-aa.org or 561-485-0445.

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