Facebook Will Match Your Donation to the ASPCA This Giving Tuesday!
Animals have been hurt, lost, burned and even killed in the California wildfires and other recent natural disasters. It’s awful to watch this happen and not be able to help. But the good news is that you CAN help by donating to the ASPCA.
Want to join me in supporting a good cause this Giving Tuesday? Facebook and Paypal will MATCH your donations on 11/27!! Click here to help animals now!
I’m raising money for the ASPCA and your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. My goal is $500 but I’m hoping we can surpass that! Even if you can’t donate right now, please share this post on your social media channels so others who can donate will know about it. Thank you for your support. I’ve included information about the ASPCA below.
From rescue to recovery to adoption, the ASPCA is there for animals every step of the way. They pride themselves in not just saving lives, but in changing them for the better—and none of it would be possible without the support of animal lovers like you. When you donate to the ASPCA today, you can help them continue to fight for animals on all fronts. Please make a gift right now.
The ASPCA was the first humane society to be established in North America and is, today, one of the largest in the world. The mission, as started by our founder Henry Bergh, is to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States. The ASPCA provides local and national leadership the areas of animal rescue, animals placement, and animal protection. This includes programs like the Field Investigations and Response team that deploys nationwide to address large scale cruelty cases, a Canine Rehabilitation Center for behavioral healing, public policy work to strengthen laws that protest animals, and many other initiatives. Most recently, the ASPCA has been involved in disaster response efforts to help animals affected the Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Michael, and the deadly California wildfires.