$2500 Donation to the Animal Defense League of Texas

October 20, 2022   San Antonio, TX


 

 

Brandy Ralston-Lint (center), senior vice president of corporate communications for Security Service Federal Credit Union presents Iliana Chavez (left), digital marketing coordinator for the Animal Defense League of Texas, and Nadia De La Garza (right), development and marketing manager for the Animal Defense League of Texas, with a donation for $2,500.

Security Service Charitable Foundation

Donates $2,500 to the Animal Defense League of Texas

Providing high-quality food in aid in nourishment of neo-natal kittens

 

(SAN ANTONIO, TX – OCTOBER 20, 2022) –– The Security Service Charitable Foundation donated $2,500 to the Animal Defense League of Texas (ADL).  The money will help ADL with its most vulnerable population, orphaned neo-natal kittens.

“During peak kitten season, we tend to see a surge to our typical foster population,” said Julie Healey, director of fundraising and development for the Animal Defense League of Texas. “Because of generous donations from partners like the Security Service Charitable Foundation, we are able to provide the required food for all kittens for three months.”

Over the course of each year, the Animal Defense League of Texas averages more than 200 kittens in foster care at any given time. ADL requires high-quality kitten food and small format dry kibble for nursing moms to provide sustenance and nourishment to these kittens.

“We recognize how important the work of the Animal Defense League is in our community and are pleased to be able to help provide these critical resources,” said Brandy Ralston-Lint, senior vice president of corporate communications for Security Service Federal Credit Union.

The Animal Defense League of Texas takes in rescued cats and dogs, provides medical treatment, nutrition, and shelter in a safe, live release facility until they are matched with their forever families.