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2017 Mutt March - Michigan Humane Society

 

2017 Mutt March

Here is our sweet mascot, Louie!
Here is our sweet mascot, Louie!

Louie's Angels

 Just Look at how well we are doing!
As of today (5/23), thanks to our generous doners, our team is still in  FIRST
PLACE at $4,177 so far!

And, we are almost there to our $5,000 Goal !
Let's keep it up, so please consider sharing this page on your Facebook, Twitter or other social media site...

GOOD NEWS: Dean Seller's Subaru will match anything over $25 -the minimum donation to Join our team ! So if you plan on giving more than $25 please JOIN our team versus hitting the DONATE button so we can raise even more money! 

You don't need to do anything else to be a part of the team.

*For those who choose to walk the Estate, the event starts at 8:00, but you can start the course any time before noon.  Just call my cell phone or Allison's when you arrive.

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 Please Help our team help homeless animals!

There are thousands of animals waiting for adoption right now that need your help. Please consider making a donation or joining our team. We need your help!


Please support me (Judy Kneale) and Allison Boike as we walk in the Michigan Humane Society Mutt March at the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House in Grosse Pointe Shores.
This critical fundraiser supports the many important MHS programs and services that benefit tens of thousands of animals each year.
Please give generously!
Please consider giving in support of our efforts to help homeless, injured and neglected animals in our community.

Every day, dozens of animals arrive at the doors of the Michigan Humane Society with nothing more than hope for a better future. The MHS Cruelty Investigation and Rescue team often finds animals locked up in foreclosed homes, or wandering the streets, scared and hungry. With the economy struggling, it is no question that when people suffer, animals can suffer. But MHS is there to take these animals in, and provide with food, shelter, medical care and love.

On average, it costs MHS $192 to transform the life of an animal in need. But with no state or federal funding, and no affiliation with any national humane organizations, it is solely the support of the community that keeps the organization going. Please, help me in supporting this critical work that helps homeless animals find warmth, comfort and unconditional love with a forever family.
Thank you for your support!
Any amount you may be able to give will help tremendously - it all adds up!

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