Friday, May 14 9 a.m. -3 p.m.—RUTLAND — On May 14th, Stockton Security, Rutland City Police Dept. and Project Vision will be holding the second annual Stuff-A-Cruiser to benefit BROC Community Action and, this year at the suggestion of Becky Stockton, the Rutland County Humane Society will also be a beneficiary. Donations of nonperishable foods, pet foods, items off the Rutland County Humane Society’s Wish List and monetary donations will be accepted in the Walmart parking lot, near the Amtrak station. Sponsors of the event ask that donations be kept in the back seat or trunk of your vehicle and they will be safely removed.
Beth Saradarian, executive director of the Rutland County Humane Society, said “RCHS is so excited to be participating in Stuff-A-Cruiser this year. The donations will help both the animals and people in Rutland County.” Tom Donahue, CEO of BROC Community Action, said of the event: “The languishing pandemic has caused many hardships including Vermonter’s ability to feed their families, including pets. Thanks to the leadership from the Rutland City Police Department, Stockton Security and Project Vision many families in need will be assisted as a result of the Stuff-A-Cruiser event in downtown Rutland on May 14. We want to express our gratitude to the community on behalf of all the local families we serve with this critical help.”
For more information, visit broc.org and rchsvt.org/ways-to-give/wish-list/ or email [email protected]