The Goat Coffee House helps raise money for wildlife

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Eau Claire (WQOW) –  Next time you grab your morning coffee, you can also help some wildlife at the same time.

The Goat Coffee House on Water Street is showcasing and selling art to benefit Chippewa Valley Wildlife Rehabilitation.

The wildlife rehab takes injured or sick animals and nurtures them back to health so they can go back into the wild.

The artist, Mary Caton-Rosser, has been a donor to the organization in the past, and is excited that the coffee house is getting in on the rehabilitation center’s mission.

“The Goat’s mission to show our artists every month, and their willingness to open their doors with a lot of hospitality to say, ‘Put up your art and it’s your show,'” Caton-Rosser said.

A raffle is also going on at the coffee house where a one dollar ticket gets you an entry to win one of the original artworks.

The sale and raffle go until July 31.

Mary Pautsch

Mary Pautsch

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