Bunbury Animal Rescue Rehome Care Inc. has received a helping hands grant from P&N Bank, which will cover essential worm and flea treatments for the dogs in their care.
The group was established in 2019 when a small number of people recognised an urgent need for more animal welfare assistance in the South West.
Rehome care inc's Rachael Cronin said the grant would help provide about 100 treatments for dogs.
"Each and every dog who comes into our care needs flea and worm treatment, which is a huge expense each year," Ms Cronin said.
"Bunbury Animal Rescue Rehome Care is self-funded and does not receive any ongoing funding and as such all donations mean the world to our little rescue organisation.
"Thank you P&N for supporting us - every piece of support means we can focus on the dogs and their care rather than raising funds."
P&N Bank Bunbury Branch Manager Donna Gibbs said the bank was pleased to be able to extend support to dedicated and passionate community organisations like Bunbury Animal Rescue Rehome Care.
"The helping hands program provides financial assistance where it is needed most in our community, and we believe Bunbury Animal Rescue Rehome Care is a worthy recipient for the important work they do to support animals in the Bunbury region," Ms Gibbs said.
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P&N Bank customers can nominate local community organisations, or individuals in need, for a Helping Hands grant at any time during the year.