Friends of Hance Dog Park, Whole Foods Partner on Cleanup Program

Theo nguồn tin trên mạng của March 14, 2014 Friends of Hance Dog Park, an official Adopt-A-Park partner with the Parks and Recreation Department, is pleased to announce that Whole Foods Camelback Store has agreed to be the 2014 Corporate Sponsor of the PUP (Pick Up Please) Program. The PUP program pays for clean-up supplies for a year, as well as for promotional banners and “Pick Up Please” t-shirts for volunteers. The t-shirts will provide an ongoing reminder of the “culture of cleanliness” that has been established at the downtown dog park. To pay for and promote the PUP Program, Whole Foods Camelback tore has designated Friends of Hance Dog Park and the Phoenix Parks Foundation as beneficiaries of a Whole Foods Community Support Day on Wednesday, March 19. These Community Support Days occur twice a year per store, and beneficiaries receive 5% of the store’s revenues that day. Friends of Hance Dog Park will be on site to provide information about membership opportunities, and will co-sponsor an Adoption Program from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with the Arizona Animal Welfare League. Friends of Hance Dog Park joined the Parks and Recreation Department’s Adopt-a-Park Program in September of 2013 and organizes monthly clean-ups for volunteers on the first Saturday of the month. Additionally, Friends of Hance Dog Park has raised funds for additional amenities such as larger trees, tables, benches, and expanded ADA facilities, and plans to finance additional shade structures for the park. The Whole Foods Camelback Store is located at the Town and Country Shopping Center, at the southeast corner of Camelback Road and 20th Street. Media Contact: Martin Vogel 602-418-0029

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