Please Support Me - I'm fundraising for the Humane Rescue Alliance
After four years of volunteering with Humane Rescue Alliance, I accepted the invitation to fundraise for the Fashion for Paws (F4P) 12th Annual Runway Show being held May 5, 2018, and I would appreciate your support.
As many of you are aware, I adopted my cat, Bear, in October of 2014 from Humane Rescue Alliance. When Bear joined our family, she was a measly 2.5 pounds and at the vet every other week. Now healthy and happy, she makes our life and our home more joyous every day. Every day Humane Rescue Alliance works hard to ensure animals just like Bear find loving homes for life.
Fashion for Paws is a one-of-a-kind peer-to-peer fundraising event to benefit the Humane Rescue Alliance (HRA) and with your help, I am aiming to raise at least $5,000 by April 27, 2018.
Your support will go a long way to helping the more than 60,000 animals the Humane Rescue Alliance provides care to annually through their broad range of programs and services.
In 2017, the Humane Rescue Alliance:
Field Officers responded to more than 15,000 calls for help
Medical team served more than 20,000 animals
Built families through more than 4,750 adoptions
Performed nearly 7,000 low-cost spay/neuter surgeries
CatNiPP (Cat Neighborhood Partnership Program) sterilized 1,200 feral/community cats
Reached 2,100 young people through the Humane Education program
Please help me make a difference in our community by supporting me in the Fashion for Paws Runway Show. Click on either of the bright pink buttons above to make a contribution toward my campaign. You can donate directly or purchase tickets/tables to the event. Every dollar counts! On behalf of all of the homeless animals in the care of HRA, thank you for your support!
To mail a donation (checks), send to:
Humane Rescue Alliance
Attn: Fashion for Paws
71 Oglethorpe St NW
Washington, DC 20011
Make all checks payable to HUMANE RESCUE ALLIANCE
** PLEASE include my name in the memo line of your check **
Hugs and purrs,
Emily and Bear the cat
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