Max’s Helping Paws Foundation receives $10,000 from Harden Foundation

Max’s Helping Paws Foundation, which provides financial assistance to people with pets in need of urgent veterinary care, recently received a $10,000 grant from the Harden Foundation to continue its work in the community.

The Harden Foundation, based in Salinas and established in 1963 by Ercia and Gene Harden, provides funding to a variety of qualified nonprofit organizations in Monterey County that serve local communities.

Max’s Helping Paws Foundation (MHPF) is a 501c3 nonprofit that supports all Monterey County veterinary practices to provide financial assistance to clients with pets in need of both critical short-term or longer-term care for chronic illness. MHPF has granted more than $450,000 to give hundreds of pets a second chance.

For more information on Max’s Helping Paws Foundation, call (831) 704-6473 or go to www.maxshelpingpaws.org.

Contributed by local news sources

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