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Stuller Inc. Donates to Local Nonprofit

Jewelry manufacturer Stuller announced today that the company and its associates have donated more than $3,200 for hurricane relief to Acadiana Animal Aid.

Posted: Nov 12, 2020 3:51 PM

Lafayette, LA (12 November 2020) – Jewelry manufacturer Stuller announced today that the company and its associates have donated more than $3,200 for hurricane relief to Acadiana Animal Aid.

The company came together after the shelter posted a video on its Facebook page showing significant damage to the grounds following Hurricane Delta.

“Acadiana Animal Aid has been one of our corporate charities since 2019,” says Katie Gilbert, human resources benefits and wellness manager. “When we saw that they were in dire need for help to rebuild, we knew our associates would step up for the cause.”

Over the course of a few days, the company offered associates a chance to make a one-time donation of any amount via payroll deduction. In total, the company and associates raised $3,287.25 to donate.

“We have a lot of animal lovers here, and we want to assist Acadiana Animal Aid in not only finding fur-ever homes for the animals but providing a good shelter for them before then as well,” says Gilbert.

If you want to help Acadiana Animal Aid, please visit: www.acadianaanimalaid.org/give.

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