William Mattar law offices Campaign is Huge Success for Local Animal Shelters

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Through a social media contest, shelters gain needed supplies and awareness.

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"Thank you to the volunteers and animal advocates who focus on helping animals.” -William Mattar, Esq.

Each year during November, people are given the opportunity to post their pet’s photo on the William Mattar law offices Facebook page. Friends and fans of the Facebook page are encouraged to vote for their favorite photos throughout the month. Entrants have the opportunity to win a donation to the pet shelter of their choice with the highest number of likes on a photo. Awareness is also being raised for the shelters posting photos of the animals in need of homes. These can be viewed on the Facebook page as well.

This year, with the overwhelming response from the public, it was decided that there should be more than one winner. “There are hundreds of local shelters in the Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse areas that are in need of donations, especially around the holidays”, says William Mattar.

The grand prize winner went to two shelters in Buffalo, which are Buffalo Pug and Small Breed Rescue and Diamonds in the Ruff. Verona Street Animal Society and Keller’s Kats, both located in the Rochester area, were given runner up prizes. The opportunity to announce more than one winner is due to the generous donations of the William Mattar employees. Megan Lederhouse of William Mattar helped to collect donations for the firm. “The employees have shown tremendous support for these shelters because this is very close to their hearts. They want to help as much as possible.”

For more information on the shelters in need as well as the winners, visit the community page at williammattar.com.

About William Mattar, PC
William Mattar has represented car accident injury cases since 1990. The firm is actively involved in community events and has established a number of programs and initiatives such as the Safe & Sober Free Ride Home Program on New Year’s Eve, the Carbon Monoxide Detector

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