Denise Bash is the founder of a nonprofit animal rescue organization called Animal Lifeline, which helps animals by helping the people who want to help animals.

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“It’s a passion to them, but it’s hard to get things done.  So what we do is to try to network people together so that everyone is more successful — especially the animals.”

Bash also finds foster homes for the pets of abused women until their situations improve.  She operates a thrift shop in Warrington (Bucks County), Pa., and all of the proceeds from the shop go to homeless animals.

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“There’s an amazing amount of stuff that people are done dusting, wearing, listening to, whatever, that can turn into a life-saving thing.”

Story by KYW’s Karin Phillips

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