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Letters of Thanks: For helping the pets of the unhoused

We have a dream that people experiencing homelessness who have animal companions will be fully supported

A theme of immense gratitude has emerged from nonprofit organizations throughout Longmont throughout the year and the pandemic. In a series of letters throughout the day, Longmont nonprofit organizations are sending out their heartfelt thanks to the Longmont community for the support they have received. The Longmont Leader accepts contributions, photos, and op-eds for publication from community members, business leaders and public officials on local topics. Publication will be at the discretion of the editor and published opinions do not represent the views of the Longmont Leader or its staff. To submit a contribution, email info@longmontleader.com.
 
Dear Longmont and surrounding community,
 
Thank you so much for your support through words of encouragement, in-kind gifts, financial support, partnerships and so much more. As our organization has just started this year, there is no other way to describe how we feel besides the words “humbled and full of gratitude.”
 
We have a dream that people experiencing homelessness who have animal companions will be fully supported to stick together as the family they are. You, Community, are sharing that dream with us. You are making it possible by helping us help the already awesome organizations that serve the unhoused do even more.
 
All of us are working together to build up and support those in need. It is truly an honor and privilege to be part of this work and to do this work in this community. Thank you for believing in us and for all of your continued support.
 
In togetherness,
Kristen of Annie and Millie’s Place
 
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Kristen Baltrum, President (she/her)
Annie and Millie's Place
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