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Pet firm donates £1m to charity to mark 25 years of trading


Burns Pet Nutrition will be donating a quarter of its annual profits to a number of charitable organisations of part of its continued efforts to support community projects and animal charities, according a report on Wales Online.


The company’s record charity donation will help a number of charitable animal welfare organisations including its charity partners Dogs for the Disabled and Forever Hounds Trust.


A significant portion of the donation (£800,000) will be invested into the Burns Pet Nutrition Foundation, a charity established in 2007 by John Burns to improve the lives of people and pets across the UK with an emphasis on tackling the effects of social isolation in rural west Wales.


John said: "As the sole shareholder of Burns Pet Nutrition I am not beholden to investors seeking returns on their investments. I have decided that the company should be a force for good channelled through the work of our community team and The Burns Pet Nutrition Foundation.”


A full report can be found on the Wales Online website – click here



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