About the Heroes: Cleveland APL

October 18, 2019 1 min read

A rescue driven by four core values: compassion, commitment, advocacy, and leadership - Cleveland APL does whatever it takes to make sure all of our furry friends get the second chance they deserve. For the entire month of October, 100% of the profits raised from our Rescue Roast will be donated to Cleveland APL so they can further their mission, specifically the C.A.R.E Project. 

CARE, stands for Community Animal Retention Effort, and supports struggling pet owners with services designed to keep pets and owners together through the highs and lows in life.

The donations made from your purchases will provide residents of Cleveland with numerous services ranging from low-cost spay/neutering and emergency medical assistance to behavioral training and pet food provisions, all designed to keep pets with the people and families who love them!

We hope you join us in supporting their mission one bag of Rescue Roast at a time. 


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