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Audubon Chrysler Makes Major Donation to Henderson Animal Rescue

New Hope Animal Rescue has a new van thanks to a Henderson car dealership.

Posted: Apr 26, 2021 11:57 AM
Updated: Apr 26, 2021 12:07 PM

New Hope Animal Rescue in Henderson is better equipped to deliver on its mission to save and care for animals.

Over the weekend the group took to Facebook announcing it received a new transport van.

Larry Bennett with Audubon Chrysler donated the new RAM 1500 to the non-profit.

In the Facebook post, the rescue group says it will use the van to take animals to and from adoption sites.

New Hope Animal Rescue thanked Bennett and Audubon Chrysler. The post has more than 2,000 likes. Many in the community are thanking the car dealership for its abundant show of generosity.

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