Sponsors of Boston, MA Chapter

Sponsors

A huge thank you to our sponsors! Without your support our chapter wouldn't be possible.

Support Pets for Vets Boston

Pets for Vets is thrilled to serve Veterans in your area. If you would like to become a supporter of Pets for Vets Boston and for your organization’s name, logo, seal or information to appear on this page, please contact sponsors@petsforvets.com.

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Stone Cow Brewery

Stone Cow Brewery donated the profits from their Black Ale Project December beer sales to Pets for Vets Boston!

It’s wonderful to see how committed they are to bettering the lives of our Veterans. Thank you for supporting our mission!

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Weston Veterinary Clinic

A huge thank you to the Weston Veterinary Clinic for raising awareness of our cause and collecting donations for Pets for Vets Boston from their wonderful community of animal lovers.

Special shout out to Lauren & Kristi: Thank you for enabling us to sponsor our matches!

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Totally 80's Night

Members Only jackets, The Breakfast Club, Bon Jovi, parachute pants, banana clips, pegged Z Cavaricci's, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Sixteen Candles, mixed tapes, Saved by the Bell.

Aaron brought the 80s back & hosted a fundraiser at The American Legion Post 3 in Gloucester. Lots of fun was had and all of the proceeds were donated to Pets for Vets. Thank you Aaron!

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Every year the employees at Groom Energy in Beverly get creative for charity!

They sold lemonade, searched under the couch for loose change, and sold unused stuff on Craigslist. It added up and all the funds raised were matched by the company and then donated to Pets for Vets.

Thank you Groom Energy!

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Special thank you to the kind souls at Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School. Not only for their donation, but also for working to make the world a better place.

The Friends of Rachel is a challenge in honor of Rachel Joy Scott who was one of the 13 victims killed at Columbine High School shooting in 1999. Her family started (to) the challenge for people to become more aware & compassionate to others and put an end to bullying. They believed if one person could make a difference, it would start a chain reaction.  We share the same belief. 

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Weston Veterinary Clinic

A huge thank you to the Weston Veterinary Clinic for raising awareness of our cause and collecting donations for Pets for Vets Boston from their wonderful community of animal lovers.

Special shout out to Lauren & Kristi: Thank you for enabling us to sponsor our matches!

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