BENEFITING: One Health Organization
ORGANIZER: One Health Organization
EVENT: Saving Pets Challenge 2015
I love my wonderful Ragdoll cat, Molly (pictured). In 2006, Molly was brought to the Cleveland APL as an injured stray estimated to be about 10 years old. I was fortunate to foster her while her injuries healed, and I fell in love! I adopted her and I can't imagine ever having to give her up if I couldn't afford her care. Yet that happens too often.
One Health Organization helps low-income seniors and the disabled in Greater Cleveland to get affordable care for their pets. Pets are especially important to these people who are often more isolated than most of us. The choice between taking your pet to the veterinarian and paying other bills is difficult. Unfortunately some low-income pet owners have to surrender their beloved pet to an animal shelter or foster agency.
You can help fix that!
One Health Organization needs your help to raise funds for these important programs:
- The Veterinary Payment program provides vouchers for low-income families to use at their local veterinarian to offset the costs of routine medical care.
- The Project Noah Fund helps cover the costs of emergencies and serious ongoing pet medical care.
We need your help now.
The Saving Pets Challenge ends on June 5th. You can be a #OneHealthHero and help raise funds, raise awareness, and compete for additional prizes from Found Animals, sponsor of the challenge. Prizes range from $1,000 to $50,000 and are in addition to all the money we raise from wonderful donors like you.
You can help keep beloved pets like Molly to stay healthy in their forever homes. Please give generously to One Health Organization’s Saving Pets Challenge campaign. Then share your story of support with the pet lovers in your life through emails and social media. Every donation, no matter how small, will help an animal to be healthy and stay in its forever home with the human who loves it.
Please help One Health Organization win the Saving Pets Challenge today. Learn more by viewing the short video at left.
Thank you so much.