Haselwood’s ‘Drive for a Cause’ supports Kitsap Humane Society

SILVERDALE – Haselwood Auto Group’s Drive for a Cause is raising lifesaving funds for animals at Kitsap Humane Society.

During April, Kitsap Humane Society will receive a $20 donation for every vehicle purchased and a $5 donation for every car serviced by the Haselwood dealerships in the West Hills Auto Plex, 950 West Hills Blvd., Bremerton.

“We are so grateful to our friends at Haselwood Auto Group for putting their love for pets into action,” said Tom Weed, Kitsap Humane Society’s director of donor relations.

“It’s an amazing opportunity and a real honor for our organization to partner with such a widely respected business and family name in our greater Kitsap community.”

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