Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, we are also greeted by the cute faces of farm animals on almost every single bike ride. You don't have to go very far from our house to see horses, cows, goats, sheep, chickens, pigs, buffalo and llamas.
Prior to 2018, it was important to me that we give back to the Greenville community on behalf of our business, Trimarni Coaching and Nutrition. When discussing my idea with Karel, it made a lot of sense for us to give back to the Greenville Humane Society. Seeing that all three of our furry children are rescues, it was only right for us to help support a place that works hard to give all animals a loving home.
A few facts about the Greenville Humane Society;
Because of your Trimarni purchase(s) in 2018, we were able to give a donation of $532 to the Greenville Humane Society. Thank you for helping us give back. Together, we are all making a difference in this world for our furry friends.
Just the other day, we received a thank you letter from the Greenville Humane Society, signed by Kim Pitman, Executive Director, and within the letter was a personal story about Spot.
"Thanks to your support, the Greenville Humane Society is the second largest No-Kill facility in the Southeast behind Atlanta. Through our network of over thirty-five partner shelters, we have lowered the euthanasia rate throughout the entire Southeast. Your support also helps us offer essential and affordable services to our community in our new Medical Center, which is life-saving for animals like Spot.
Spot came to us with a terribly painful leg injury which required an expensive and difficult surgical repair. Without the procedure Spot faced the options of losing his leg or living a life of pain. Because of generous donors like you, enough support was raised to not only fix Spot's leg through a very successful surgery, but also to provide a foster home for five weeks while he was in the healing process. Today, Spot is living a life free of pain and has found a new home with his forever family, including his new doggie sister!"
Greenville Humane Society 2017 Year in Review:
For more information on donations, fostering, volunteering and adoption, click HERE.