This past month, Weber Marketing Group came together on behalf of The Doney Memorial Pet Clinic, which provides Seattle’s homeless and low-income pet stewards with free and low-cost veterinary services. Nearly a dozen Weber employees and vendors — some pictured here — gathered food, toys, and supplies to distribute during upcoming clinics at Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission.

Doney’s clients face hardship all year round, and the help they get from holiday drives like these is a similarly year-round benefit. Best of all, as a service run entirely on volunteer energy, there’s very little administration to get between donors and recipients. The goodwill is real, immediate, and palpable.

Warm beds, new toys, nutritious food, harnesses, leashes and other necessities collected during WMG’s holiday food drive. (l-r) Joshua Law, Ruth Kapcia, Amy Morales, Barbara Glenn. Not pictured: Randy Schultz, Bruce Northey, Dana Northey, Ben Stangland, Mark Weber, Kory Davidson, Jamie Layton from Weber print parter Imagine Visual Service.

Warm beds, new toys, nutritious food, harnesses, leashes and other necessities collected during WMG’s holiday food drive. (l-r) Joshua Law, Ruth Kapcia, Amy Morales, Barbara Glenn. Not pictured: Randy Schultz, Bruce Northey, Dana Northey, Ben Stangland, Mark Weber, Kory Davidson, Jamie Layton from Weber print parter Imagine Visual Service.

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