Dana Portnoy via Crowdrise
April 24, 2012
Can't wait to be a part of Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary's Save-a-Life Endurance Trek! On July 28th, I'll be hiking 26 miles on Yosemite's Pohono Trail to raise funds for Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary's animal healthcare fund!
Our team goal is to raise $15,000!
Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary was formed to aid homeless and abused domestic and farmed animals in the San Francisco Bay Area and the San Joaquin valley. Harvest Home assists local humane societies and rescue groups with animals-primarily farmed animals-who, due to their breed, their health, or their personality, cannot be adopted into permanent homes.
The healthcare fund is Harvest Home's lifeline for the care and treatment of the two hundred rescued animals that call Harvest Home, home. Veterinary expenses at Harvest Home add up quickly and it's not unusual for their vet bills to climb over $2,400 in a given month.
Here is how your donations will go directly to helping Harvest Home's residents:
- $10 donation - Mite treatment for 40 rescued hens
- $25 donation - Mohawk the potbelly pig's monthly medication
- $50 donation - Spay/neuter surgery for a newly rescued bunny
- $100 donation - Vet visits for two rescued foie gras ducks
- $250 donation - X-rays for one of the goats
Please consider making a lifesaving donation today that will allow Harvest Home to continue their work rescuing and caring for residents like Kona (turkey), James (rabbit), Mohawk (potbelly pig), Picasso (goat), Brandon (duck), Elvis (rooster), Doris (hen) and Grandpa (beagle).
Thank you in advance for your support!