Matthews Tire Oil Change for the Better Event September 19-24, 2016

Proceeds will support Saving Paws Animal Rescue Inc.óbenefiting homeless, abandoned and special needs animals

Published Wednesday, September 7, 2016
by Trevor Rezner

Matthews Tire is hosting an Oil Change for the Better event September 19-24, 2016. For every regular priced oil change performed during business hours at all six locations (in Appleton—East and West—Green Bay, Menasha, Fond du Lac and Waupaca), Matthews Tire will donate $5 to Saving Paws Animal Rescue Inc. This choice of charity is especially timely, as September is National Guide Dog Month. Everyone who has their oil changed at Matthews Tire will be helping local animals!

 

Saving Paws Animal Rescue Inc. is a local non-profit animal rescue that cares for rescued, abandoned or surrendered cats and dogs, as well as trains service dogs to assist children, adults and veterans with disabilities. They also seek to decrease the amount of unwanted animals and animal cruelty in the community through outreach and education.

 

Saving Paws recently celebrated their 10-year anniversary and they are working towards obtaining a kennel license in order to build more housing space for animals in need.

 

“Matthews Tire is proud to support an organization that makes a positive impact in our community,” said Trevor Rezner, Matthews Tire President. “Their dedicated volunteers and life-changing programs are what make Saving Paws unique.”  

 

Matthews Tire is a locally owned tire and automotive service provider with locations in Fond du Lac, Menasha, Appleton—both East and West—Green Bay and Waupaca. This is the 9th Oil Change for the Better event. Over the past several years, Matthews Tire has raised more than $17,000 for various local charities including Old Glory Honor Flight, Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Salvation Army and more. Visit matthewstire.com for more information.

 

Saving Paws Animal Rescue Inc. is a non-profit organization that rescues homeless, abandoned and special need animals and also trains and provides service dogs to children, adults and veterans with disabilities to help foster both physical and emotional independence. See more at www.savingpaws.com.

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