Thank you to all of the kind people in this community that have donated their aluminum cans to benefit our animals here at the shelter. All of the cans have been turned in for money and we received almost $300 for the volume that was brought down to Iron and Metal Inc. off of Franklin Street in Denver. I have to shout out a big thank you to Tap Sittiseri for giving us a much better price per pound because we are a non-profit and I think he has a soft spot for animals. All of
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Intermountain Humane Society received the GuideStar Nonprofit Profile Gold level logo, a leading symbol of transparency and accountability provided by GuideStar, the world's largest source of information on nonprofits.
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