During the coronavirus pandemic, Roundy's is not only thinking about the impact it has on humans, but our furry friends too.
Roundy's Supermarkets, who operate Pick n' Save and Metro Market across the state, donated over $1,500 in pet supplies to the Wisconsin Humane Society. The donation, which was in support of the humane society's Pets for Life program, included over 150 packages of dog food, cat food and cat litter.
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"The Wisconsin Humane Society is deeply grateful for the generosity of Roundy’s during this time of need,” said Billy Zakrzewski, Corporate Philanthropic Advisor for the Wisconsin Humane Society in a press release. “WHS has been deemed an essential organization and the support of the community is needed now more than ever. Our community outreach team is doing its best to provide supplies to families with pets in the most economically disadvantaged areas of our community.”