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LASER Receives Grant from Arizona Community Foundation

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Large Animal Shelter and Emergency Response (LASER) is pleased to announce that it has received a $5,500 grant from the Pat and Gerhard Kroenaur Animal Friends Fund, a component fund of the Yavapai County Community Foundation of Arizona.

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LASER President Greg Valenti expressed his gratitude, saying, “Partnerships are essential to advancing our mission, sharing information and learning from the experiences of others. This award helps cover the costs of outreach and collaboration, including organizational membership, event fees, meetings, media costs and outreach materials. We are grateful for the community's support!”

LASER was founded in 2019 and is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization of local volunteers working in partnership with the Yavapai County Emergency Management Agency. Its mission is to provide safe shelter for barn animals during evacuations in Yavapai County and to provide emergency preparedness information. To donate or volunteer, please visit their website at: Laser Shelter Or contact LASER at (928) 713-9691.

Founded in 1978, the Arizona Community Foundation is a community of charitable trusts supported by thousands of Arizona residents throughout the state. For more information, visit: Click here for details.

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