Home / News / The Link Foundation Celebrates Leech Lake Legacy Link Milestone With a $500 Donation

 

LeechLake500Check2015The Link Foundation has a growing history of creating beneficial collaborations and allocating fundraising materials and dollars to nonprofits and community and personal causes. The Foundation would like to announce the distribution of over 500 Legacy  Links in partnership with the Leech Lake Legacy organization! The Link Foundation is celebrating this milestone by donating an additional $500 to the Leech Lake Legacy to express gratitude and support for their efforts. The Leech Lake Legacy link creates awareness of the organization’s efforts to rescue animals on the Leech Lake reservation and generates funding to help further the cause. The Link Foundation pledges to continue to generate support for the Leech Lake Legacy by promoting awareness and connection through the Legacy link and contributing proceeds to the cause.

A huge thank you goes out to everyone who has linked up to support the Leech Lake Legacy.  Learn more about Leech Lake Legacy atwww.leechlakelegacy.org. Link up to keep the chain of connection and support going!

 
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