Inlanta Mortgage Marks 25 Years with $25,000 Gift to Pets for Vets

Inlanta Mortgage Marks 25 Years with $25,000 Gift to Pets for Vets

It’s no secret that taking care of animals and supporting our veterans is something near and dear to the hearts of us at Inlanta Mortgage, Inc. In fact, one of our own team members, Milena Grcic, recently helped end a case of animal cruelty with a cat’s rescue in South Milwaukee.

That’s why it was no surprise when Inlanta announced its 2018 charity partnership with Pets for Vets, an organization that helps pair rescue dogs with at-risk returning veterans, as part of its 25th anniversary celebration that kicked off in September.

“Going into our 25th anniversary, we knew we wanted to celebrate by giving back in a big way,” said Paul Buege, Inlanta’s President and COO. “Because our founder and chairman of the board John Knowlton is a devoted supporter of rescue dogs, and as an organization that is committed to supporting our veterans, we knew this organization that blends these two would have deep meaning for our clients, referral partners and our awesome team of employees.”

Between June  – December 2018, Inlanta made a donation for every loan it closed , along with holding various employee fundraisers both in the home office and branch offices, including its annual charity raffle held during its National Conference in September. In January, the final campaign proceeds of $25,000 were presented to Dan Zealley, executive director for the Milwaukee, Wis., area chapter of Pets for Vets.

“The donation from Inlanta Mortgage and its customers will go a long way to helping both veterans and shelter dogs to get a second chance,” said Zealley. “These companion animals assist in the healing our service members. Thank you to all of our veterans!!!”

Pets for Vets is a 501(c)3 organization that unites military veterans with shelter pets. This program supports veterans who may be experiencing anxiety, depression or stress, while providing a second chance for animals who will be rescued, trained and paired with veterans who could benefit from the companionship. Learn more at https://www.petsforvets.com/milwaukee-wi.

 

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