Sunday, July 10, 2011

Help Joplin Tornado Pets With One Click

You can help the hundreds of pets left homeless by the May 22 Joplin tornado simply by one little click of your mouse.

Philanthropist and American Dog Rescue founder, Arthur Benjamin has announced that for every "Like" that the American Dog Rescue page on Facebook, his foundation will donate a dollar to the Missouri Humane Society - part of which will go directly to the Joplin Humane Society.  Benjamin will donate up to $10,000 through his foundantions.The money will go directly to help care for the animals.

“The disasters that struck Joplin and the surrounding areas in Missouri were devastating,” said Benjamin. “And while immediate efforts were made on the ground to rescue animals in danger, to recover lost animals, and to reunite families with their pets, there is still so much to be done. The awe of the situation struck the hearts of Americans, which is why it is so powerful that a viral fundraising campaign like this be launched so people from around the country can help. Through the unwavering efforts of the HSMO, the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), The Arthur E. Benjamin Foundation, and American Dog Rescue, there is no doubt that we will make a difference in the aftermath of this devastation. Never has one click, one ‘like,’ one fan been so meaningful to thousands of lives – both animal and human.”

Head on over to Facebook now and click that mouse! 

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