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Tuesday, 22 August 2017 14:24

Puppy, Kitten or Unicorn Grams for Give for Good Louisville!

Imagine what your gift can do, and have a Kentucky Humane Society animal visit your workplace.

The Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) is celebrating the Community Foundation of Louisville’s Sept. 14 Give for Good Louisville by offering Puppy, Kitten or Unicorn Grams at area businesses. KHS will bring a fantasy-accessorized kitten or puppy—or a miniature horse wearing a unicorn horn—for a 30-minute visit to your workplace on Thursday or Friday, Sept. 14-15. Participating companies will also be featured on KHS’ social media.

The cost is $200 for a Puppy or Kitten Gram, or $500 for a Unicorn Gram with Mason, a white miniature horse.

“During Give for Good Louisville, we’re encouraging people to imagine what their donation can do to help local dogs, cats and horses,” says Frank Hanlon, KHS Community Relations Manager.

Reserve Your Gram

To arrange a Puppy, Kitten or Unicorn Gram for your office, contact Frank Hanlon at 502-515-3143 or [email protected] Reservations must be made with credit card information. Spots are limited, so advance registration is required. Grams will be delivered Thursday and Friday, Sept. 14-15. Gifts are tax deductible.


About Give For Good Louisville

Puppy kittenThe Community Foundation of Louisville will host the fourth annual Give For Good Louisville from midnight to midnight on Sept. 14, 2017. Over 500 local nonprofits from Kentuckiana are participating in this 24-hour “Give Day.” The Community Foundation has secured more than $290,000 in cash incentives for the Bonus and Prize Pool for participating nonprofits. A midday rally featuring hundreds of the organizations will be held from 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m. at 4th Street Live! and will be a celebration of the nonprofit community and Give For Good Louisville. Live performances from arts and other groups, food trucks, and prizes are scheduled for the rally at 4th Street Live! More details are available at


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