Animal Lovers

UPDATE
Check out these sites for more info on this great cause…
Six Degrees – Kevin Bacon’s charitable partnership with Network for Good
Parade Magazine and the Case Foundation

Track A Place to Bark‘s (see Bernadette B) standing in the competition – wow! OVER 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 individual donations so far! MOVED INTO 2ND PLACE! They’ve received over $20,000 in donations!

I have been catching up on some blogs today. I’ve noticed a very important message that people are posting to their sites. There is an artist, Bernie Berlin, who is dedicated to rescuing dogs and cats.

Here is your opportunity to pay it forward and give to a great cause. Your donations to A Place to Bark will be matched up to $25,000 by the Zoline Foundation. In addition, a $50,000 grant from America’s Giving Challenge will be awarded to the organization collecting the most individual donations. The challenge is open until January 31, so go give now!

Click here to give what you can to help! Tim Holtz is paying it forward with a special give away, which makes it more enticing. Read Claudine Hellmuth‘s blog to see what she’s done to help. The power of this effort is through word of mouth. Share this with your blog readers and help make Bernie’s dream a reality!

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3 Responses

  1. thank you for posting about this and helping to spread the word!

  2. A wonderful cause that deserves so much word of mouth!!!!! Have alovely day.
    XOX
    Kristen

  3. […] PS: A PLACE TO BARK INC has over 1200 donations and is in second place.  To learn more, click here. […]

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