On August 29th, 2023, Charles E. Boyk Law Offices was recognized by the Lucas County Commissioners for their support of Lucas County Canine Care and Control (LC4). Representatives of Charles E. Boyk Law Offices were presented with a Proclamation by the Lucas County Commissioners praising the generosity of the firm, “The Board of County Commissioners, Lucas
County, Ohio does hereby recognize and affirm its appreciation to the Charles E. Boyk Law Offices for its commitment to community outreach and dog adoption in Lucas County.”
“We’re sponsoring them, we’re making monthly donations, and that will provide food and care and bedding,” said Boyk Attorney Andrea Young. “But we also updated and beautified a wall where new owners can take pictures with newly adopted dogs, and we hope that they’ll share these photos, and it will encourage others to adopt from the shelter.”
Charles Boyk Law Offices has pledged monthly donations to aid LC4 and promote adoptions at the local shelter, and they were also recognized for creating the Charles Boyk Law Cares Adoption Center, a custom wall graphic displaying a field of sunflowers beneath a cloudless blue sky. The area is also branded with the logos of LC4 along with the Charles Boyk Law Cares logo, a program the law firm operates to fund charities
and causes in our community.
“What started as a hugely successful holiday gift drive turned into, multiple visits and donations, a commitment of ongoing financial support, and a beautiful new adoption photo background,” said Kelly Sears, Director of Lucas County Canine Care and Control.
Lucas County Canine Care & Control manages the enforcement of laws pertaining to dog control and public education. They issue dog licenses and operate a shelter at 410 S. Erie Street, in Downtown Toledo, Ohio. They care for the dogs in their facility with compassion, return lost dogs to their rightful owners, and strive to find homes for safe dogs that have become homeless through no fault of their own.
Representatives of Charles Boyk Law were praised by the Board of Lucas County Commissioners at their August 29th meeting. “Our staff have a very difficult job dealing with a lot of animals under stress and in crisis,” said Commissioner, Tina Skeldon Wozniak, “and to do these nice things for them…you’ve really made a huge statement of what kind of people you are. So, thank you for taking care of us.”
“I’m excited to see this relationship start, but I’m also excited to see how it grows,” said Commissioner Lisa A. Sobecki.
Visit the Boyk Law website for more information about this program at www.charlesboyk-law.com/charlesboyk-law-cares/