Combined Energy Services loves pets and the people who help them! That’s why the Pike County Humane Society was the recipient of a $2,000 fuel oil donation. Chris Roberts (left) and Dan Driscoll (right) presented Barry Heim, executive director PCHS, a symbolic check for fuel oil that the shelter uses to heat their buildings.
The Pike County Humane Society prevents cruelty to animals by educating people in the humane treatment of all animals. They also teach about the responsibility of pet ownership.
In addition, PCHS provides shelter, food, care and medical treatment lost, abandoned, abused and unwanted animals that come under their care.
There are many ways you can give to the Pike County Humane Society. Donate a special skill! They have tons of ongoing projects and programs that can use volunteers. When you go shopping pick up supplies from their wish list or when using Amazon Smile, select the Pike County Humane Society as your chosen charity.
The PCHS is currently raising funds to obtain a commercial washing machine. Please consider a donation to make that a reality. Check out their website at https://www.pikecountyhumanesociety.org/
CES has donated to the Pike County Humane Society several times. In July, they donated another service van to the shelter. “We are always looking for ways to give back to our community. Whether in donations, heating fuel, service vans, or equipment,” commented Mike Taylor, manager of CES.