Sharon Grace, DVM is an excellent example of the good stewards we work with giving back to the community!
Initially launched by Dr. Grace in 2008, the MSU CVM-based Safe Haven for Pets program was recently awarded a generous donation to continue its efforts and expand its reach. Safe Haven for Pets offers shelter and often much-needed care to pets of domestic abuse victims seeking refuge at select domestic violence shelters, at no cost to the victims.
To date, the program has provided 3,000 days of shelter for pets of fifty families.
To read more about this worthy cause, click here: Safe Haven for Pets (Miss State) 2020
Echoes from Monday’s encouraging news about a vaccine continue to ripple through the world – and the markets.
To recap: Drugmaker Pfizer and its partner, BioNTech, announced Monday morning that their Phase III coronavirus vaccine trials indicated a strong 90% efficacy rate with minimal instances of side effects. We’re not out of the woods yet, but good news is good news.
Few things are as encouraging as a glimpse at the light at the end of the tunnel. Pharmaceutical makers Pfizer and BioNTech announced Monday morning that their coronavirus vaccine has shown strong results through ongoing drug trials – a 90% efficacy rate with minimal side effects. This news immediately gave lift to the markets, adding another historic moment to a year chock-full of them.
The Social Security Administration has announced a cost of living adjustment (COLA) to recipients’ monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. More than 69 million Americans will see the 1.3% increase in their payments beginning in January 2021.