Endangered Pzewalski's babies need your help!
September 26, 2016
BENEFITING: HEARTS & HANDS ANIMAL RESCUE INC
This amazing no-kill, magical, Hearts & Hands Animal Rescue, Conservation, Education & Wellness Center in Ramona, CA, is the largrst animal rescue in San Diego County. We need to raise $10,000 for veterinary bills, feed, and supplements for the domestic rescues, endangered Hartmann's Mountain and Grevy's zebras, endangered Przewalski's horses, and the therapy animals at Hearts & Hands. Please join together with us in giving today. This charity is where I and many others volunteer 24/7 to help injured and abused domestic animals, give decades of expertise to the endangered animals, and help wounded children and adults to heal with animal assistance, their physical bodies, and their hearts and souls. Please help us right now, today, to make this happen. No amount is too small, and, of course, no amount is too large. All donatioms are tax deductible of course. What can you do to help? Please give a recurring donation each month of $5, $10, $25, or more. This way the volunteers know how much funding is required in addition to what the monthly donations are, to feed and house the animals. How can you participate? A bag of hay pellets is $11 A bag of sweet feed is $10 A bale of hay is $17 A bag of cat food is $15 A bag of dog food is $20 We use 14 bags of hay pellets per day We use 8 bales of hay per day We use 6 bags of sweet feed per day We use one bag of cat food per day We use at least 1 bag of dog food per week Are you able to help us purchase one bag or bale of hay per month with a recurring monthly donation? Are you able to do more? We are also in need of regular, once weekly, committed volunteers to help care for the animals, plan events, attend events, maintain the premises, maintain the rescue vehicles, etc. Please text 760 898 3927 for more information or to volunteer at this very special facility. Please help Hearts & Hands Animal Rescue, Conservation, Education and Wellness Center, your Community Benefit Organization today.