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Pet Warehouse, Petsway to Donate Sales Proceeds to Harmony House

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Pet Warehouse, Petsway to Donate Sales Proceeds to Harmony House

Springfield, MISSOURI – All Pet Warehouse and Petsway stores in Springfield, Joplin, and Poplar Bluff will donate 5% of sales proceeds earned on Saturday, April 12th to Harmony House in Springfield, MO.

Harmony House serves the Ozarks in providing emergency shelter for women and children who have taken the courageous step to escape domestic violence. Established in 1976, the Harmony House also offers support, education, and advocacy to help survivors break the abuse cycle. As of 2011, Harmony House had protected more than 10,000 domestic violence survivors.

Annually, Harmony House sees approximately 550 women and children who have left a violent home. Anyone currently in need of help is encouraged to call Harmony House at 417-864-7233.

Pet Warehouse and Petsway invite all animal lovers to join them in supporting the Harmony House on Saturday, April 12.

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