Del-One Foundation continues give back campaign

DOVER, DE (December 27, 2018) — The Del-One Foundation donated $1000 to Doggone Happy Animal Rescue, a non-profit, foster-based organization who “rescues, vets and loves their furbabies until adoption”.   The rescue was founded by Dawn Mitchell, who came across a Facebook post one day about a pitbull whose time was up at a shelter in California, so she pulled her from the shelter, arranged transport to Delaware, and Doggone Happy Animal Rescue was formed.  She has since recruited fosters to help provide temporary loving homes for these dogs, which are fully vetted once in the rescue’s care, and adopters are carefully screened to ensure they are a perfect match.  For more information about this organization, including fostering, adopting, and donating, visit  For more information on Del-One and the Del-One Foundation, visit

L-R: Amy Resh with Del-One, Matt Moorefield, Kathy Rollins and Dawn Mitchell with Doggone Happy Animal Rescue, and Heather Gunter and Amy Durham with Del-One. Matt is also co-owner of Yarn & Bone in Camden, where the photo was taken.

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Del-One Federal Credit Union has $661 million in assets with  full-service branch locations throughout Delaware and serves over 73,000 members. Visit for more information on how to become a member.


Del-One Contact: Amy Resh, Director of Marketing                            

Phone: (302) 672-1492

Date: February 2022

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