New England Society for Abandoned Animals named beneficiary of Uno Chicago Grill's July Doughraiser

Eat at Uno's in Hyannis on July 12 and 16 and help pets in need

The New England Society for Abandoned Animals (NESAA) has been named as the beneficiary for Uno Chicago Grill's July 12th & 16th Doughraiser in Hyannis. Dine at Uno's on Route 132 in Hyannis on either Tuesday, July 12th or Saturday, July 16th and 20% of your purchase will be donated to the NESAA.

Diners must present an "NESAA A Tasty Way to Raise Dough" form to their server. Forms are available online here or by calling 508-771-7800 to pick on up at the NESAA shelter in Centerville.

According to an Uno Chicago Grill spokesperson, "There are so many cat lovers that we thought that NESAA would be the ideal cause for the next Doughraiser and we'd like to contribute to the organization's success."

Deborah Doe, Founder and President of NESAA, said her organization has taken in 436 animals to date--animals that were abandoned and rescued.  According to Doe, medical expenses have increased 110% over last year. "This fundraiser is very timely and I hope many people will take advantage of helping NESAA at no extra cost to them," said Doe.

The New England Society for Abandoned Animals is a charitable 501 (c) (3) organization. It is committed to its "no kill" programs, increasing community awareness and creating progressive changes in animal welfare.

For more information on the Uno's Doughraiser or about volunteering, adopting or donating to NESAA, visit their website here or call 508-771-7800.

Uno Chicago Grill is at 574 Route 132 (Iyanough Road) in Hyannis, 508-775-3111.

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