Gerby's Pawsitively Pawsome Fundraiser
Hi! I'm Gerby! For those who may not know, I was surrendered at a shelter when I was only 4 months old. At first I was scared but there were so many awesome people who helped me find my forever home!
However, there are so many animals out there that aren't as lucky as me! Some take a long time to find their forever home and some unfortunetly never do. That makes me sad. Luckily, there are several amazing organizations out there that help animals just like me! The Anti-Cruelty Society is one of those places and I was able to find a little more information down below on what they do and how long they've done it.
OMG WAS THAT A SQUIRREL?
Sorry! I have a very short attention span. Anyways, I wanted to see if I could raise money for the amazing people at the Anti-Cruetly Society so they could help the thousands of other animals find their forever homes!
Lastly I just wanted to say thanks to all of you for helping out! I love you all! Even if you can't donate, please spread the word and I'll give you 100 play bites when I see you!
In 1899, Rose Fay Thomas, wife of Chicago Symphony Orchestra founder Theodore Thomas, established The Anti-Cruelty Society and forever changed the landscape of animal welfare throughout the Chicago region. Since that time, the Society has endured as Chicago's oldest and largest open admission animal welfare organization, one that provides a wide breadth of programs that save the lives of thousands of animals each year. A certified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and the recipient of a four-star Charity Navigator rating, The Anti-Cruelty Society’s mission is to build a community of caring by helping pets and educating people.
Today, The Anti-Cruelty Society remains the oldest and the largest open admission animal welfare organization in Chicago. All animals are welcome at the Society every day of the year. They never turn an animal away from their doors. Ever. And once an animal is admitted, they can stay as long as it takes to find their forever home.
However, the care that The Anti-Cruelty Society provides to animals in need is only possible through the friendship of the community. I hope that you will support me and support "Bark in the Park 2018." Your generosity will ensure that thousands of abandoned and neglected animals will find hope, comfort, and healing this year.
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