Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation & Tractor Supply Co. Donate $250,000 to Animal Shelters

By Staff Reports

(Victor Valley)– Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation Foundation and Tractor Supply Company have teamed up to provide a quarter-million dollars in grants through MuttNation’s Mutts Across America program. A ‘surprise’ $5,000 donation will be made to one shelter or foster-based rescue in each state across the country. Organizations are carefully researched and vetted before honoring one outstanding nonprofit in each state.

Bev Lambert, Miranda’s mom and co-founder of MuttNation, who conceived Mutts Across America seven years ago said, “There are so many fantastic organizations doing such great work that selecting the final shelters is always the hardest part.”

Miranda added, “This was our first signature program and it’s our cornerstone. It lets us reward the hard-working rescues and celebrate shelter pets everywhere. It hits all the high notes.” The GRAMMY, CMA and ACM award winning, multi-platinum recording artist continued, “We’re so honored to have Tractor Supply Company as our partner. We’re accomplishing so much together and, thanks to their incredibly generous support, this year’s gifts to the shelters will be the most impactful ever. Given the fundraising difficulties rescues have faced over the past year, we know it will make a huge difference to thousands of animals.”

“At Tractor Supply, we love our four-legged friends and appreciate this opportunity to demonstrate our ongoing support for animal shelters across the country.” said Nicole Logan, Vice President, Divisional Merchandise Manager at Tractor Supply Company. “Miranda’s passion and tremendous dedication dovetails with our mission at Tractor Supply to care for all pets and animals. We are excited to expand our partnership with Miranda and the MuttNation organization to make this the most impactful Mutts Across America yet.”

In addition to this donation, Tractor Supply is the exclusive retailer of MuttNation products. A percentage of all sales goes to the MuttNation Foundation to further support the cause.

Since the initiative’s inception, MuttNation’s Mutts Across America has supported more than 350 shelters with over $1.25 million in grants. Here are this year’s recipients:

Heart of Alabama Save Rescue AdoptAlabamaRezQ DogsMontana
Straw For DogsAlaska12 Hills Dog RescueNebraska
Arkansans Assisting Homeless Animals (AAHA)ArkansasChurchill Animal Protection SocietyNevada
Friends for Life Animal RescueArizonaConway Area Humane SocietyNew Hampshire
Sally’s RescueCaliforniaCastle of Dreams Animal RescueNew Jersey
Great Pyrenees Rescue and SanctuaryColoradoSunflower Sanctuary Animal RescueNew Mexico
Double Dog RescueConnecticutBadass Brooklyn Animal RescueNew York
Grass Roots RescueDelawareHumane Society of Union CountyNorth Carolina
The Farm Dog RescueFloridaFurry Friends of Rockin’ RescueNorth Dakota
Angels Among Us Pet RescueGeorgiaCanine Collective Ohio Dog RescueOhio
Kaaawa K9 RescueHawaiiSecond Chance Animal SanctuaryOklahoma
Idaho Humane SocietyIdahoThree Rivers Humane SocietyOregon
Hope RescuesIllinoisHome At Last Dog RescuePennsylvania
Heaven After Hell RescuesIndianaHeart of Rhode Island Animal Rescue LeagueRhode Island
AHeinz57 Pet Rescue & Transport, Inc.IowaConcerned Citizens for AnimalsSouth Carolina
LL Dog RescueKansasHopeless To Homes Animal RescueSouth Dakota
Tyson’s ChanceKentuckyFriends of Williamson CountyTennessee
Rescue Rehome RepeatLouisianaFriends of Marshall AnimalsTexas
Rescue Charlie’s FriendsMaineRescue Rovers Dog AdoptionsUtah
Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care ShelterMarylandPassion 4 PawsVermont
Sweet Paws RescueMassachusettsHomeless Animals Rescue TeamVirginia
AuCaDo: Australian Cattle Dog RescueMichiganMotely Zoo Animal RescueWashington
PawsitivityMinnesotaAnimal Welfare Society of Jefferson CountyWest Virginia
Dixie Adoptables At Lucedale Animal ShelterMississippiCoco’s Heart Dog RescueWisconsin
Needy Paws RescueMissouriKindness Ranch Animal SanctuaryWyoming

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