Milestone: Pharmacy funds for PFOA

  • Tuesday, September 29, 2020 2:16pm
  • Life

Each month, Jim’s Pharmacy in Port Angeles selects a community non-profit to receive a percentage of sales for that month.

In June, the pharmacy staff designated Peninsula Friends of Animals (PFOA) as their Charity of the Month, to assist in the organization’s mission of rescue, re-homing and spay/neuter.

Lori Ambrose, of Jim’s Pharmacy Home Health Department (left), presents a check for $514 to PFOA Executive Director Danette Grady on behalf of the owners and staff of Jim’s Pharmacy.

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