Attention Pet Owners—An Opportunity for your “Pawlanthropy” to Benefit TreePeople

Healthy Spot & The Honest Kitchen Tree Care Event

Dogs love trees, and if you love dogs, you’ll love this news! Beginning today, November 1, 2013, every time you purchase a ten-pound box of The Honest Kitchen’s dog food at Healthy Spot locations in the greater Los Angeles area, you will directly support TreePeople’s work in greening our city.

We are excited to announce that The Honest Kitchen, a producer of healthy all-natural pet food products, and Healthy Spot, a pioneering independent pet supplies and services boutique, are beginning a one-year partnership with TreePeople to plant trees and support important environmental initiatives in Los Angeles’s urban areas.

To celebrate the new partnership, Healthy Spot, The Honest Kitchen and TreePeople held a volunteer tree-care event at Pan Pacific Park in West Los Angeles last Friday, October 25 (pictured above). Volunteers and their pets had a blast tending to the park’s 28 trees.

“We’re so excited to partner with the three Healthy Spot locations in the greater Los Angeles area through our pawlanthropy program for charitable giving to support TreePeople in their efforts to grow a sustainable future for Los Angeles,” commented The Honest Kitchen’s founder and CEO, Lucy Postins.

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Courtney Scott brings her background in development and project management, plus her new graduate degree in social entrepreneurship, to her work at TreePeople. She thinks trees are the neatest, and when she’s not blogging enjoys carpooling with TreePeople’s founder and president.