Be the Change: Save a Life
I first heard about the Wisconsin Humane Society back in 2005.
That's amazing stuff and those numbers have grown exponentially since then. WHS was saving lives by the day. I was so moved, I knew had to be part of it, so I joined the WHS team. I soon learned that all this extraordinary work for animals doesn?t come without a cost. I learned that it costs a lot of money to provide veterinary care for the thousands of companion and wildlife animals who come through our doors. It costs a lot of money to provide education and advocacy programming to thousands of people in the community. And it costs a lot of money to operate two state-of-the-art buildings that provide housing for homeless, sick, and injured animals. It costs a lot of money, and although we operate with efficiency and frugality, the expense of caring for that many animals is simply a reality. WHS receives absolutely no government funding and isn't under any national umbrella. We are solely funded by generous donations.
And that is where you come in my friends! My fundraising goal for the Tails on the Trail dog walk is $1,000! (I think together we can do more.) I have witnessed first-hand the positive impact that $1,000 can do for the animals in our care. Can I count on your help? Whether you donate on my page, join or create a team of your own, or simply fundraise yourself, you can help make a difference in the lives of animals in our community.
Come on, help be the change and save a life.
With kindness and respect,
P.S. As most of you know, I don't have a pet of my own. So, I've dedicated my Tails on the Trail page to the "Paws of My Life." Each one of these wonderful pups has enriched my life and the lives of the people closest to me. I feel the work we do at WHS does just that; we improve the lives of animals and humans and that's powerful!
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