Circle Tail provides service and hearing dogs for people with disabilities

Throughout July and August, Circle Tail, Inc. will be the charity honoree of the Liberty Center Foundation’s Change for Charities program where a portion of parking meter proceeds at Liberty Center benefit local non-profits.

Six charities were chosen by the Foundation earlier this year and they include: Primary Health Solutions, Fernside, Hannah’s Treasure Chest, Circle Tail, Inc., Dress for Success Cincinnati, and The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Butler County.

The mission of Circle Tail, Inc. is to provide service and hearing dogs for people with disabilities at no cost to the individual. They also promote the human-canine bond in our community by providing low cost dog training services, educational programs, and Pet First Aid classes.

“Circle Tail is providing important services for people with disabilities in our community,” said Kevin Cedik, General Manager of Liberty Center. “Liberty Center is pleased to support the mission of Circle Tail with our Change for Charities initiative.”

At Liberty Center, there are 204 parking meters with an additional 4,400 parking spots in adjacent lots and garages. For more information about the Liberty Center Foundation, visit www.liberty-center.com/Guest-Information/Liberty-Center-Foundation.

Alex ReillyTRENDS