The most generous day of the year, Giving Tuesday, was truly that. You helped us raise over $30,000 for Pet Alliance’s shelter dogs and cats! With so many worthy nonprofits out there to support, we are grateful for anyone who chose to donate to their community’s shelter pets.
During Giving Tuesday, we shared with you that we currently had 440 dogs and cats to care for in our shelters. Because of your generosity this Giving Tuesday, we will be able to provide food and care for each of them without a second thought.
Whether you contributed directly, shared our message, volunteered at our shelters or plan to — just know that all forms of giving make an enormous impact in the life of a shelter pet.
Did you miss your chance to give on Giving Tuesday? There’s still time to support the hundreds of animals who will be in our care this holiday season by donating today.
Looking to get involved with Pet Alliance over the holidays?
If you haven’t seen it already, our friends and super volunteers Vivi and Lula have their take on all the ways you can get involved with Pet Alliance. It was made for Giving Tuesday, but it’s an incredible resource for those looking to get involved.
Check out the video below to learn more:
Calling all crafters, DIYers, and folks looking for an inexpensive way to give back to shelter dogs and cats! The summer months are usually the busiest for animal shelters nation-wide as the combination of Kitten Season and owner surrender appointments increase the number of animals in our care. However, 2020 presents it’s own struggles with
Check out our 2020 Summer Newsletter to keep up to date on the latest happenings at Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando. Hear from our Executive Director Steve Bardy, see how shelters and clinics have pivoted in light of COVID-19, learn more about our amazing foster parents, and more! We hope you enjoy it!
Pets are often the bedrock of family shindigs with their contagious enthusiasm, killer on-them outfits, and the ability to make the room feel lighter. Backyard BBQ’s wouldn’t be the same without a wagging tail, and late-night board games are required to have a cat stampede across them flinging tokens as they go. It’s tradition. However,