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All Chipotle Restaurants in Maryland to Donate 50% to the Maryland SPCA. 

Proceeds Help Homeless and Unwanted Dogs and Cats


BALTIMORE—(September 19, 2016)—To help homeless pets in Maryland, Chipotle Mexican Grill will be donating 50% of all proceeds to the Maryland SPCA on qualifying purchases made on Thursday, September 29, 2016 at ALL Chipotle restaurants in Maryland.

“We are so grateful to Chipotle Mexican Grill for allowing us this opportunity to save even more unwanted, unloved and sometimes injured pets who urgently need our help,” said Tina Regester, director of communications at the Maryland SPCA. “The Maryland SPCA doesn’t receive any operating funding from the government or the ASPCA, but relies on community support to help approximately 15,000 pets each year. This fundraiser can really make a difference in the lives of pets and people we serve.”

All proceeds will be used to provide safe shelter, nutritious meals, vaccinations, spay/neuter procedures, enrichment and any other medical care homeless pets need until they are adopted into loving, new homes. There is never a time limit to how long a pet can remain at the MD SPCA. The average cost of caring for a homeless pet at the MD SPCA is $500.

In order for purchases to qualify for this important fundraiser, restaurant patrons are asked to 1) Mention to the cashier that they came to Chipotle to support the Maryland SPCA, 2) Share a printed flyer of the event to cashier, or 3) Show the cashier Maryland SPCA’s FB event from their smart phones.

For more information about the Chipotle fundraiser for the MD SPCA, visit www.mdspca.org or visit the event page on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/274693252923521/.

About the Maryland SPCA:

The Maryland SPCA is an independent nonprofit organization that works to improve the lives of pets and people in Maryland. The MD SPCA receives no operating support from the government or other animal welfare groups including the ASPCA. The MD SPCA’s adoption center adopts out more than 3,500 needy and unwanted pets each year, and leads the state in providing approximately 9,000 spaying/neutering procedures yearly to reduce pet overpopulation and suffering. The MD SPCA also offers pet behavior counseling and training courses to help keep pets in their homes. For more information about the Maryland SPCA, visit www.mdspca.org or call 410‐235‐8826.