Grant Funding for Animal Welfare Groups

Loyal Biscuit creates ‘Fenway Fund’

Fri, 05/24/2019 - 10:15am

ROCKLAND — Loyal Biscuit Company is entering their 10th year in business, and to celebrate, they have created the “The Fenway Fund.”

“The Fenway Fund is a celebration and our way of giving back to the many communities that we serve as we enter our 10th year in business,” said Heidi Neal, co-owner of Loyal Biscuit Co., in a news release. “Named after our beloved logo, my dog Fenway, it is funded by proceeds of sales within our five retail locations. The Fund will award Fenway Fund Grants in the hopes that we can expand the ways in which we support and serve animals in the State of Maine.”

Fenway Fund Grants will be awarded bi-annually to 501c3 Maine organizations that benefit animals. Proposals are reviewed and winners selected by a committee of Loyal Biscuit Co. team members.

“The Fund is a vital way for our Company to support animal welfare within our communities by providing seed money for projects in Maine,” said Neal. “The Fenway Fund committee will be looking for projects which often fall below funding availability; projects that we believe will help better the lives of animals in the State of Maine.”

The application for the fund is available online at The deadline for this first round of awards is July 15, 2019 and recipient(s) will be awarded by August 1.

The Loyal Biscuit Co. is a pet supply store with locations at Reny’s Plaza, 1 Belmont Avenue, Belfast; Hannaford Shopping Plaza, 421 Wilson Street, Brewer; U.S. Route 1, Camden-Rockport; 408 Main Street, Rockland; and 109 Main Street, Waterville.

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