J & S Financial Services Embarks on Charity Drive to Prevent the Euthanasia of Orphaned Pets in Charlotte

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A locally owned insurance firm in Charlotte is leading a regional charity effort to rescue and prevent the euthanasia of local animals

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Our firm believes that every animal deserves a safe and loving home, and we’re working with local shelters to help put a stop to pet euthanasia

Stephanie Washington, owner and director of J & S Financial Services in Charlotte, is announcing the launch of a charity effort aimed at rescuing pets that have been abandoned or are in danger of being euthanized. As the population of Charlotte grows, the problem of animal homelessness has become an increasing problem, and shelters are often forced to euthanize pets that have not been adopted.

“Our firm believes that every animal deserves a safe and loving home, and we’re working with local shelters to help put a stop to pet euthanasia,” said Washington.

Washington and her team are asking all Charlotte residents to be part of the charity drive by referring friends and family to J & S Financial Services for a no cost insurance appraisal. For every person referred, Washington has pledged to make a $10 donation to the cause.

More information on how to support the charity drive can be found here: http://jsfinancialsvcs.com/community/.

About J & S Financial Services

As a Personal Insurance Representative in Charlotte, agency owner Stephanie Washington knows many local families. Her knowledge and understanding of the people in her community ensures that clients of J & S Financial Services are provided with an outstanding level of service. Stephanie and her team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. J & S Financial Services also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at J & S Financial Services, visit http://jsfinancialsvcs.com/ or call (704) 579-6016.

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