MILTON, Ga. — To support one of its 15 partner philanthropies, the National Charity League Milton Chapter recently hosted a drive for Ruff Dog Rescue during the chapter’s annual round-up event at a community church. The chapter collected and donated more than $2,300 of dog and puppy food, chew toys, flea prevention medicine and puppy pads to support the all-breed, foster-based pet rescue located in Milton.
Ruff Dog Rescue rescues dogs and cats from Georgia’s high kill shelters and places them in foster homes until suitable, permanent homes are found.
Entering its sixth year, the National Charity League Milton Chapter has grown to a membership of more than 260 mothers and daughters. Last year alone, its members served 6,740 hours in community service.
Currently The National Charity League has more than 230 chapters with over 65,000 members in 26 states. There are eight chapters in Georgia alone. Annually, members from coast to coast volunteer approximately one million hours in their local communities.