Feb. 28, 2014
High school student holds fundraiser
Sabrina Pelletier, a student at North Kingstown High School, held a Scavenger Hunt for her senior project and as a result was able to raise $300 dollars for our no-kill shelter. The money will be put towards medical bills for our animals.
On behalf of everyone at the Pet Refuge we want to thank Sabrina for her efforts. What she did is a wonderful thing and we are very grateful. (Pictured below: Sabrina (on right) handing the fundraiser check to volunteer Brenda K.)
See our list of UPCOMING 2014 FUNDRAISERS.
2014 Celebrations Shelter Challenge
In addition to VOTING EVERY DAY, you can also support the Pet Refuge by recruiting more people to vote for us. We ask that you SHARE this contest through Facebook and email and ask your friends, family, co-workers if they will also help support us. By doing so this will also help increase awareness of our no-kill shelter in the community and surrounding areas.
So please - VOTE EVERY DAY FOR THE PET REFUGE. Your continued support means a lot to us. Thank you!!
GreaterGood, The Animal Rescue Site, and GreaterGood.org are excited to ring in 2014 with the new Celebrations Shelter Challenge. Voting started on January 6 and runs until March 30. They'll be giving away 244 prizes, worth a total of more than $100,000, including monetary grants, vaccinations, and pet beds, to eligible shelters in the U.S. and around the world.
Attention all dog lovers!
We're looking to start a committee - a group of people to start fundraising and then helping to finish this project. This would include erecting an 8-foot fence, already donated and enough to fence in the entire animal and exercise areas.
If anyone is interested in helping us in any way, or if you know people who would like to get on board to help make our dreams a reality, please call Renate at the shelter at (401) 294-1115 or email her at email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up a meeting and a tour of the facility.
The Pet Refuge is now working towards our long-held goal of housing dogs at our shelter. Since we first opened, and especially these last few years, the Pet Refuge has been overwhelmed with cats and kittens that no one else will take. Because we are a true no-kill shelter many people turn to us to save these abandoned animals. A lot of our finances and efforts are spent caring for these unwanted animals until we can get them into loving forever homes. Now that the Pet Refuge is an established shelter, we would like to expand our efforts to include helping rescue dogs.
Our Hope for Animals
Read about how you can help us help the pets.