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August 31, 2022
NEEDHAM, MA – Guardian Pet Food Company, Inc. today announced their partnership with Veterans Moving Forward (VMF), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) committed to providing Service Dogs, Facility/Therapy Dogs and Emotional Support Dogs to Veterans with physical and/or mental health challenges to veterans at no cost to the veteran or their family.
The partnership is part of Guardian’s corporate commitment to donate 2% or more of revenue annually to like-minded 501(c)(3) entities. “All of us at Guardian are committed to putting the health and well-being of pets, and the people that care for them, first!” said Jim Galovski, Founder and CEO of Guardian. “VMF was founded by veterans with the purpose of supporting and improving the lives of veterans with skilled companion dogs and we are incredibly proud to support them.”
"We at Veterans Moving Forward are extremely excited to be a recipient of this wonderful partnership with Guardian Pet Food Company, Inc.,” said Gordon Sumner, PhD, COL, USA, Rtd., President and CEO of Veterans Moving Forward. “We greatly appreciate Guardian Pet Food for their enthusiastic support of our nation's veterans who are helped by our service dog programs. We look forward to a long-standing and mutually beneficial relationship as we provide our veterans with a ‘New Lease on Life’.”
ABOUT GUARDIAN PET FOOD COMPANY, INC.
Guardian Pet Foods is a different kind of pet food company. Headquartered in Needham, MA, Guardian is a certified B-Corp that puts pets before profits. Guardian works every day to realize its mission to help your pet live their best life. Guardian’s products are sold under the brand name NOBL® and include NOBL® Canine Food Bars, NOBL® Visibles Dog Treats, NOBL® Jerky, NOBL® Himalayan Chews and NOBL® Yogurt Melts.
For more information, visit www.noblfoods.com.
ABOUT VETERANS MOVING FORWARD, INC.
Veterans Moving Forward, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Dulles, Virginia. Veterans Moving Forward’s services are available to any veteran of any generation, who served honorably, has physical and/or mental challenges resulting from military operations and/or accident or disease experienced during or subsequent to military service, lives in the continental United States, Hawaii or Alaska, and can benefit from a service dog.
For more information, visit www.vetsfwd.org.
If you'd like to donate to Veterans Moving Forward, click here.
Veterans Moving Forward Contact:
Gordon Sumner, PhD
CEO & President