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Hollywood Feed Block Party Fundraiser A Success

On the Sunday, July 20, 2014, Hollywood Feed’s 5502 Poplar Avenue location hosted a block party benefiting The Savior Foundation, a local nonprofit committed to rescuing, rehabilitating and placing neglected and abused animals into loving homes.
Monty and Mary Jo Raulerson brought their foster dog Cheyenne to visit everyone

Monty and Mary Jo Raulerson brought their foster dog Cheyenne to visit everyone

 

The event was attended by hundreds of supporters and their beloved pets.


Mario Chiozza, founder of The Savior Foundation, holds Little Man, a rat terrier mix who is available for adoption, at the Hollywood Feed Block Party benefiting the foundation on Sunday, July 20, 2014 at Hollywood Feed’s location near Poplar and Yates.

Mario Chiozza, founder of The Savior Foundation, holds Little Man, a rat terrier mix who is available for adoption

 

“We’re thrilled with the support from the community and from Hollywood Feed,” said Mario Chiozza, founder of The Savior Foundation. “The funds raised will go directly to help pay medical bills and other critical expenses to save animals in need.”

Hollywood Feed team members Kelsie Humphreys, Brittany Gilliam, Remy Andrews and Jacob Greene lent a hand during the Hollywood Feed Block Party benefiting The Savior Foundation.

Hollywood Feed team members Kelsie Humphreys, Brittany Gilliam, Remy Andrews and Jacob Greene lent a hand

 

Hollywood Feed offers a wide selection of natural and holistic pet food and products, professional pet grooming, self-service dog washing stations, and training classes. Find them on their website and on Facebook.

Savior Foundation supporters Elise Michaelson and Rena Chiozza manned the foundation’s booth

Savior Foundation supporters Elise Michaelson and Rena Chiozza manned the foundation’s booth

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