Luke Combs is going to be at Highmark Stadium this weekend and you've got a chance to help out a rescue organization while you're there.

When you're buying food and drinks this weekend at Highmark Stadium, you should know that you can help out a local rescue organization too.

Awesome Paws Rescue made the announcement on social media that if you're going to be buying concessions while you're at the show, you can help them out by buying from their stand just outside of section 312.

What is Awesome Paws Rescue?

Awesome Paws Rescue is an all-breed animal rescue that focuses on rescuing shelter dogs at risk of euthanasia due to overcrowding.  They're based here in Western New York and they've already re-homed countless dogs here.

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What do I need to do to help?

They're always looking for people to help with volunteer opportunities, but this weekend, all you have to do is to buy from the concession stand located by section 312 if you're going to buy food, or beverages (alcoholic or non-alcoholic).  A portion of the proceeds from both of the shows will go to Awesome Paws.

Where does the money go?

A certain percentage of what they sell at that stand will go to the shelter.  It's money that they can then use for supplies for their foster dogs and for their spay/neuter program.

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If you're thinking about getting a new pet, I'd encourage you to always check the rescue organizations in the area first.  There are a bunch of them here and there is nothing more satisfying than giving animals like this a second chance on life.

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