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Humane Society gets grant to help reduce unwanted cats, dogs
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MONROE - Green County Humane Society Inc. received a grant from the Monroe Fund, a component of the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin Inc. to support the SNAP Project.

The SNAP Project is a program designed to help reduce the number of unaltered and unwanted cats and dogs in Green County. The grant money will be used to help fund the SNAP clinics and to provide vouchers to individuals. The program helps those individuals/families that are experiencing financial challenges and unable to bear the cost of the surgical procedure for their pet.

For more information about the program, contact Deb Broge at 608-325-9600.

The Monroe Fund is a resource for area nonprofit organizations that have programs and services working for the betterment of our communities. Grants from the Monroe Fund have supported the arts, education, the environment, health and humane services, and historic preservation.

For more information, contact Linda Gebhardt at 608-328-4060, contact the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin at 800-995-2379 or visit