Trupanion Partners with the Humane Society of the United States to Help Expectant Pet Parents …

SEATTLE, Oct. 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Trupanion, a leader in medical insurance for cats and dogs, will host a webinar on all you need to know about adopting a pet on Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 4pm PT/7pm ET. This is a first in a series of free webinars that will showcase everything potential new pet owners need to know about adopting a pet.

Trupanion has teamed up with the Humane Society of the United States  to bring together experts in the field to help potential new pet owners navigate the current pet adoption landscape.

“It’s clear that more and more people are turning to the companionship and comfort that pets can bring into their lives and their homes during these times,” said Dr. Steve Weinrauch, chief veterinary officer at Trupanion. “We saw this phenomenon early in our data with an increase in families adding pets to their

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Valvoline Instant Oil Change Partners With American Cancer Society To Raise Money In The Fight Against Cancer

NEWTON, Mass., Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — During October, participating Valvoline Instant Oil Change SM (VIOC) locations will offer customers the opportunity to help raise much-needed dollars to support American Cancer Society (ACS) and its Road To Recovery program which helps transport cancer patients to potentially life-saving treatment appointments. For an even bigger impact, customers can download a coupon from ValvolineFightsCancer.com and for every coupon redeemed, VIOC will donate an additional five dollars to ACS.

“DON’T PUT IT OFF!” Recent reports show that due to the pandemic, 46% fewer patients were diagnosed with cancer. This means many cancers won’t be discovered until they are in advanced stages when they are more difficult to treat. In support of ACS, VIOC wants to remind everyone that just like maintaining fluids in their vehicle prevents major repairs, getting recommended cancer screenings does the same for their body.

“We are excited for the

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Reliant Funding Partners with American Cancer Society to Support Breast Cancer Awareness

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Reliant Funding, a leading small business finance provider, announces its most recent dual benefit program.  Combining access to funding for American Small Businesses and charitable giving.  This program will raise funds for the American Cancer Society, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. For every new small business client that receives funding, the company will donate $100 to the American Cancer Society to combat breast cancer.

“We work to do everything possible to support both small businesses and organizations dedicated to bettering our public health, now more than ever this is of utmost importance,” said CEO of Reliant Funding, Adam Stettner. “This initiative will provide funding for SMBs in need of capital and aid the ACS in their research and assistance for patients in need of care.”

Reliant Funding is dedicated to providing short-term funding to SMBs in a variety of industries from

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Winn-Dixie partners with American Cancer Society in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Grocer spreads hope to those impacted by breast cancer through community donation program

Winn-Dixie is partnering with American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer during the month of October to raise funds and spread hope to those impacted by breast cancer. Now through Nov. 3, customers in Alabama, Mississippi and Columbus, Georgia can help their neighbors fighting breast cancer by rounding up their total grocery bill to the nearest dollar.

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Winn-Dixie customers in Alabama, Mississippi and Columbus, Georgia can help their neighbors fighting breast cancer by rounding up their total grocery bill to the nearest dollar during the month of October. (Photo: Business Wire)

All customer contributions collected during the community donation program will go directly towards funding and conducting groundbreaking research, sharing expert information, supporting patients and families and spreading awareness about breast cancer prevention.

Lynn Rushing,

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PMG Partners With OBE Power at Society Las Olas to Provide Smart Community EV Charging

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sep 29, 2020–

Property Markets Group (PMG), a leading modern urban developer, has partnered with OBE Power, the leading private network of smart, distributed electric vehicle chargers in Florida to offer Electric Vehicle Charging as a Service (EV CaaS) at Society Las Olas, a 639 unit apartment community in downtown Fort Lauderdale.

The first PMG property to integrate OBE Power’s networked charging solution is the largest co-living community in America, featuring stunning residences and amenities with a focus on sustainable living.

OBE Power’s Electric Vehicle Charging as a Service and digital platform allows PMG to integrate smart community charging into Society Las Olas’ unique approach to the resident experience. Miami-based OBE Power owns, installs, and manages the charging amenity. Property managers can oversee its administration through OBE Power’s user-friendly web portal, as well as track environmental benefits real time.

According to OBE Power’s Managing Director

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The University Musical Society Announces Digital Artist Residency Partners & Projects

Kick off events will take place on Tuesday, September 29 at 5:30 pm ET and Wednesday, September 30 at 12 noon ET.

The University Musical Society Announces Digital Artist Residency Partners & Projects

The University Musical Society has announced its full cohort of Digital Artist Residency artists, each of whom will explore timely themes through an array of new creative projects being developed specifically for the digital frame. The six artist-led projects will connect artists to audiences in brand new ways, from rarely visible behind-the-scenes creative development all the way to presentations of finished works, some of which will be experienced digitally and some, eventually, to in-person audiences. The projects will be presented in various stages of creative development over the course of the next year. Participating artists will also connect to audiences, including students, faculty, and the broader community, through informal conversations, participatory experiences, discussions about the creative process, and other activities. Information about all of the projects will continue

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