Area Humane Societies Encourage Donations With Thrift Stores Closing

by: Scott McCaulley

Many not-for-profit groups in the region have had to shut-down their Thrift Stores due to the COVID-19 Virus outbreak including area Humane Societies.

Harrison Mayor Jerry Jackson reported during the Thursday Facebook Live City Council Meeting that officials from the Ozark Humane Society had informed him that their current revenue is pretty much disappeared due to closure of their Thrift Store.

The Shepherd of the Hills Humane Society in Branson, the Tri-Lakes Humane Society in Reeds Spring, and the Good Shepherd Humane Society in Eureka Springs have also had to shut down their Thrift Stores over the last two weeks due to the virus outbreak.

All of the organizations continue to care for Pets during this time and all of the facilities could use donations of food or cash to purchase food for the Pets in their care.

 

 

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