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News 13 Charity Challenge
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Charlie's Angels Animal Rescue

Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 10:16 PM EDT
News 13 continues our challenge to help give back. Our morning anchors are spotlighting three local charities every month.

One airs each Monday morning, and after the third week, we open up the voting to our viewers.   

This morning you will go to the WLOS Facebook page to vote for which charity you think deserves to win a $1,000 from our partner, Bryan Easler Toyota.

Ourlast charity in the running this month is Charlie's Angels Animal Rescue which does as much for people as it does for cats and dogs.

It's a place that fosters love unlike any other.

Caring for animals and getting them adopted is only the beginning at Charlie's Angels Animal Rescue in Fletcher, where special needs adults find added purpose.

Pam Lockard, Reach for Independence, "this is something that helps them every day in their therapy to becoming independent."

Participants in the Reach for Independence adult day program volunteer at Charlie's Angels twice a week.

The animal rescue organization is constantly taking in new animals, a costly task funded by donations rarely as large as the Charity Challenge prize money.

Jan Stepp, Charlie's Angels Animal Rescue director, "a thousand dollars could mean the saving of a dog's life, a heart-worm positive dog... Heart worm treatment can be up to that amount in itself."

Pam, "Charlie's Angels definitely deserves the money just for giving us the opportunity to be here."

To find out more about Charlie's Angels Animal Rescue, click here.

To get your vote in for the winner of this months Charity Challenge, click here. Charlie's Angels Animal Rescue

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