Medford Branch Supports the Town of Brookhaven Animal Shelter

Vagira Seedeen (left), Megan Diehl and Keith Miller, Brookhaven Commissioner Martin W. Haley, (left), Town of Brookhaven Supervisor Ed P. Romaine, Town of Brookhaven Animal Shelter Director Ashley Behrens and Frank the Pug (center).In an effort to support the charitable work of local organizations that serve the areas of Suffolk Federal branch locations, the credit union has identified nonprofit organizations to provide financial support to. In Medford, Suffolk Federal’s Medford Branch Manager Vagira Seedeen (left), Assistant Branch Manager Megan Diehl and Chief Lending Officer Keith Miller (right) present a $500 contribution to Town of Brookhaven Commissioner Martin W. Haley, (left), Town of Brookhaven Supervisor Ed P. Romaine, Town of Brookhaven Animal Shelter Director Ashley Behrens and Frank the Pug (center).

“I am personally a strong proponent of rescue animals,” said Seedeen. “At Suffolk Federal, we’re certainly proud to support the incredible service that the Brookhaven Animal Shelter provides to rescue animals in our community. It is a comfort to know that these animals are being cared for and respected while they wait to share their love with their prospective owners.”

“The success of the Animal Shelter depends greatly on the generosity of corporate partners and volunteers who help make life so much better for the dogs and cats that we care for,” said Supervisor Romaine. “I thank our friends at Suffolk Federal for their support and for helping to spread the word about animal rescue and pet adoption.”

About the Brookhaven Animal Shelter

The Brookhaven Animal Shelter and Adoption Center is dedicated to rescuing homeless pets in the Brookhaven township by providing shelter to animals in need. They run adoption and outreach programs that provide the community with educational and pet companionship opportunities, while additionally providing medical care to sick and injured stray animals that may have otherwise been euthanized. For more information, visit www.brookhavenny.gov/animalshelter.

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