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870 Lee Home Haunt Raises $6,500 for Niagara County SPCA

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By: Staff Reporter

The 870 Lee Avenue Home Haunt in North Tonawanda had a very successful Halloween season and today organizers, WNY Property Kings owners, Kyle and Alisha King, presented the shelter with a check for $6,500 from ticket sales at the haunt. 

The Niagara County SPCA is a no-kill shelter that relies on community support to continue its mission. This generously large donation will help ensure that more homeless and neglected animals are able to be cared for until their find their forever homes. This is the second year in a row the King family has helped the shelter and in total has donated more than $13,000 to Niagara County SPCA. 

The King Family says they are grateful they were able to give a true Halloween to children and their families during the pandemic. 

Pictured from left: Kimberly LaRussa, Director of Community Engagement at Niagara County SPCA, WNY Property Kings owners Kyle and Alisha King, and their daughter, Bella. Not pictured are Little Kyle and Adrianna because they were at school. 


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