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Champion Petfoods Announces $25,000 Donation

This is to help those in Kentucky impacted by the tornadoes.

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(PRESS RELEASE) AUBURN, KY — As communities in the South and Midwest rebuild after getting hit by tornadoes and severe weather on December 11, Champion Petfoods, a business in Auburn that is dedicated to helping the community in which it operates, donated $25,000 to the Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund.

“As members of the community, we’re heartbroken to see the aftermath of the tornadoes in Kentucky and want to help with the recovery and rebuilding process,” said Jess Eide, chief people officer, Champion Petfoods. “We’re thankful our local employees are safe, and we’ve heard countless stories about them helping with cleanup efforts and lending a hand to those in need, demonstrating a commitment to our values beyond the workplace. We hope these efforts help the community during this difficult time.”

Champion Petfoods also reached out to local animal shelter partners to offer pet food as needed.

Along with this contribution, the company donated more than 3.7 million meals of ORIJEN and ACANA pet food to more than 40 animal welfare organizations in North America to help cats and dogs in need throughout 2021.

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