Sunday, January 13, 2008

Donate $10.00 to Help Save a Life

Newnan-Coweta Humane Society is located in Newnan, Georgia. As you may be aware, Georgia's pet overpopulation problem is at epidemic proportions. Rural animal control shelters often have less than a 10% adoption rate. That means that hundreds of pets are dying needlessly every day in Georgia. NCHS works tirelessly to rescue "death row" dogs and cats, but with limited resources, they cannot save them all.

Parade magazine and the Case Foundation are partnering with Network for Good and Six Degrees to launch America’s Giving Challenge; an initiative to inspire and reward greater giving through online technology. To learn more, visit NCHS is participating in this challenge. Participating charities seek donations from supporters around the country. The top eight charities with the GREATEST NUMBER of unique donations will win a $50,000 grant. The top 100 charities will win a $1,000 grant. Fifty-thousand dollars can improve the lives of hundreds of dogs and cats! The minimum donation is $10.00. Your donation, combined with others across the country, can help NCHS win this matching grant. Please click HERE to contribute to this campaign. You can also contribute through the badge in the right side of this page.