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Thank you so much for the generous donation to the MaxFund Animal Adoption Center. This donation will help make it possible for us to continue to treat and find loving homes for the ever-increasing number of injured and homeless animals in our society.

Because of the support of such generous donors, the MaxFund continues to be a TRUE no-kill shelter continuing our mission to provide food, medical care, and shelter for homeless and injured animals with no known owners.

This donation will also help us to be able to continue to be a community supporter through our programs such as: Mobile Spay & Neuter Outreach, Pet Assisted Therapy Outreach and Food for Friends.

With deep gratitude from all of us at MaxFund – with two hands or four paws – we thank you.

FOR YOUR TAX PURPOSES
For income tax purposes your donation of $1,200.00
Dated: July 1, 2019
From: The Aloha Way
Is acknowledged on August 26, 2019
By MaxFund Representative Julie Malone

MaxFund is a 501(C)(3) non-profit.Tax Exemption #84-1116882.
If your contribution is valued over $250, IRS regulations require we state that you have received nothing of value, no goods or services, in whole or in part for your contribution.

The Maxfund, Inc. © 2019
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Denver, CO 80204

D.A.R.E. Graduation Ceremony

D.A.R.E. Graduation Ceremony

Nearly 800 fifth-grade students from Pueblo County District 70 schools were honored today by Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk M. Taylor for completing the Drug Abuse Resistance Education or D.A.R.E program. The Sheriff’s Office and District 70 hosted the D.A.R.E. graduation...

182 Students Graduate from D.A.R.E. in Craig

182 Students Graduate from D.A.R.E. in Craig

The annual D.A.R.E. celebration honored 182 fifth-grade students for successful completion of the program. This year, the program included Calvary Baptist students, making it one of the biggest graduations yet.

Legalization of Marijuana in Colorado – The Impact

Legalization of Marijuana in Colorado – The Impact

The 4th major report on the legalization impact of marijuana on Colorado. “Alcohol has been the number one substance involved in teen suicide, to have marijuana replace alcohol as the leading substance, is very alarming . . .”

Copyright 2019 D.A.R.E. All Rights Reserved.

Copyright 2019 D.A.R.E. All Rights Reserved.