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In support of World Animal Day, Perfect Union donated $9,000 to animal welfare groups

October 4, 2021

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Today, Perfect Union, one of California’s most-respected cannabis retail operators, announced $1,000 donations to nine animal welfare organizations in communities they operate (or plan to expand): 

The donations honor World Animal Day (October 4, 2021), which aims to create a world where animals are recognized as sentient beings and full regard is paid to their welfare. 

“From day one, we’ve made it part of our mission to invest in like-minded community partners that reflect the company’s culture and mission,” said Perfect Union CEO David Spradlin. “We support animal welfare groups that work tirelessly to end animal cruelty and exploitation, so we’re proud to support the staff and volunteers who make magic happen for these animals in the face of increased demand and limited resources.”

In addition to rescue and adoption services, the Sacramento SPCA offers low cost vaccinations, spaying and neutering, a pet pantry, microchipping, and Camp Kindness, a program for children:

“Perfect Union’s donation is greatly appreciated as it costs approximately $8 million per year to keep our doors open,” said Sacramento SPCA Community Outreach Manager Marnie Musser. “Many animals come in with pre-existing health conditions, so they need proper testing and treatment. Generous donations, like Perfect Union’s, help us offset the cost of caring for these animals before securing their forever homes.”

Perfect Union has over a decade of experience managing profitable cannabis businesses; navigating state and local laws and regulations; and adding value to the communities where they operate. The company has a proven track record of building engagement, social welfare and outreach programs that focus on local partnerships, monetary investments, and donations. 

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