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Exciting news - I'm fundraising for Walk & Wag and Run! Please donate to my page to help me reach my goal to help animals.
I am and have always been passionate about giving animals a good home, even more so if those animals are homeless or in need of rescuing; this is a cause that is near and dear to my heart as both Melody and Maddy were/are rescue dogs and they have both brought and continue to bring endless amounts of love and joy into my life. And that's exactly why I am excited to be participating in the Humane Society of Huron Valley's (HSHV) Walk & Wag 2018 event this year on May 19th!
Your donation does so much. Like feed orphaned kittens. Save puppies who were dumped and left in a box. Provide food, toys and a warm blanket to an animal waiting for a forever home. The Humane Society of Huron Valley (HSHV) does all this and so much more -- they're dedicated to saving the lives and reducing the suffering of homeless and abused animals. And as a "no kill" facility, HSHV is recognized for innovative best practices and having the highest animal "save rate" among all similar shelters in Michigan. But they can't do it without funds. They can't do it without our help!
Please know your tax-deductible donation will be used wisely.
Here are a few facts about HSHV:
- HSHV has the highest “save rate” in Michigan! As a no-kill facility, no adoptable animal at HSHV ever has a time limit; HSHV will wait as long as it takes to find them just the right home.
- For the sixth year in a row, HSHV received a 4/4-star Charity Navigator rating. Only 5% of rated charities are in this class, and according to Charity Navigator, this means HSHV is "exceeding industry standards, outperforming most charities, and demonstrating trustworthiness to the public." And HSHV uses donations wisely; 85% of every dollar goes toward mission-related services.
- Last year alone, HSHV did a record-breaking 5,317 adoptions -- matching more homeless animals with new, loving adoptive families than any year before!
- In 2017, the HSHV Veterinary Clinic spayed or neutered 7,092 animals, preventing unwanted pets, and keeping the ones that we have healthy.
- Cruelty Investigators investigated hundreds of reports of abuse and neglect and responded to over 5,000 calls for sick or injured stray animals and wildlife.
- Nearly 7,000 people participated in humane education programs with HSHV, helping spread love, respect and understanding for animals.
- HSHV is a private nonprofit organization and not affiliated with any other humane society, local or national. They rely on the generosity of people like you to support and protect the most vulnerable animals in our community.
Read more about HSHV and what your donation goes for at www.hshv.org/aboutus.
Thank you for your generosity!
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