BENEFITING: OPERATION NOAHS ARK
HOURS PLEDGED: 30
Local charity assists family with closure
Operation Noah’s Ark is a non-profit organization which helps families find peace when a loved one is lost, even a pet. It is working along with The Santa Paula Police Department Animal Services, Four Paws Veterinary Clinic in Santa Paula, UrnaMex.com granting this family a free cremation for their dog which was thoughtlessly hit by car.
Santa Paula, CA, on December 31, 2012– “Oso” (Bear) was a 9 yr. old white poodle who had lived in the residence of Jose Ramero. The dog was hit by a thoughtless driver in a mobile home park where “Oso” was killed. The Santa Paula Police Department Animal Services Coordinator officer Adam McPhail confirmed his death at the owner’s residence after being stuck by the car.
Among four groups involved with this mission, it had all began with the support of Laura Beamer who is Operation Noah’s Ark’s non-profit founder, who currently provides work in the local community as a volunteer. The awesome support was directly from Officer Mc Phial, Four Paws Veterinary clinic in Santa Paula, UrnaMex.com who had unselfishly stepped in to help assist the family’s last wishes to receive the cremated remains of “Oso”. But, the reality is it couldn’t be done without the support from the local community where all of this was accomplished through supported 100% Tax Deductible cash donations from the local community.
Peace and proper closure have become increasingly important in today’s world and has always been a significant part of all cultures and the way Operation Noah’s Ark conducts business.
Operating with a strong sense of ethics and integrity we know it’s critical to maintaining trust and credibility with our supporters. Families in need are given hope by the generosity of our donors, volunteers, employees, customers, vendors, partners, and the whole entire community.
To provide burial and bereavement services and products to the underprivileged families who have suffered the loss of a loved one this includes even a pet and who cannot afford the costs associated with services for the deceased.
The Ramero family emphasized the dog was among another member in the family in which was with the family for 9 years Ramero said, “Oso” was a big part of this large family as a family dog. But, the owner had emphasized to both Beamer and Mc Phail on the scene when Oso was pronounced “Our concern to the community is “What if this was a human being or small child”? And where do we go from here?
Blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted Matthew 5:4
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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Laura Beamer at 805-794-5201 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or to make an in-kind donation please go to www.gofundme.com/ONA2001 or send a check to Operation Noah’s Ark Charity 1700 E. Thompson Blvd. Suite F-693 Ventura CA, 93001.