The company donated to the organization, which fights against animal cruelty, during the holiday season.
01/27/2023 10:15 A.M.
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Huntington Debt Holding, an ACA International member company based in Buffalo, N.Y., recently donated to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) Serving Erie County, the second-oldest humane society in the country.
The SPCA began in England in 1824 and has evolved into an international organization dedicated to the safety and well-being of animals. The SPCA of Erie County began in 1867, just one year after the first American SPCA began in New York City. What started as an organization dedicated to helping the horses working along the Erie Canal, the SPCA of Erie County today has over 100 events per year helping to house, treat, and care for animals of all kinds.
“Huntington Debt Holding is proud to be a trusted partner to some of the nation’s largest credit issuers and Erie County’s largest animal welfare organization,” according to a press release from the company. “Being involved with national clients, local charity organizations, and our employees have helped make us a better place to work and a more trusted partner.”
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