Glen Ellyn teens work together to change lives of local animals
GLEN ELLYN – While some Glen Ellyn teens may enjoy the summer by relaxing or hanging out with friends, others have been hard at work, raising money to support local animals in need.
The student-led nonprofit Woofin and Hoofin raised more than $2,000 this year for DuPage County Animal Care and Control (DCACC) by organizing and hosting multiple fundraisers, including a 5K run Sunday at Glen Ellyn’s Newton Park and surrounding area.
The money raised helps DCACC increase its space to serve the animals that come to the shelter, without having to euthanize any because of facility constraints.
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