38 donors raised $2,985 — THANK YOU!!!
ARIZONA GIVES DAY
April 5, 2016
National Airedale Rescue is accepting donations this year and 100% of funds raised through this Arizona Gives Day campaign will be designated for the expenses of Airedales rescued in Arizona.
Arizona Gives Day is a 24 hour day of online giving to Arizona registered charities. It takes place on Tuesday, April 5 and during the 24 hours of giving we not only raise donations, but we can also win up to $15,000 in cash prizes!
Donations can be made in advance of April 5, however in completing the donation process donors must leave the “charge date” as April 5, 2016.
Donations are tax deductible. A tax receipt will be emailed to you immediately. No matter how big or small, whether $10 or $1,000, when combined with other donations, you can make a positive impact and help the volunteers who help the Airedales!
Arizona Airedale Rescue volunteers rescue abused and abandoned Airedale Terriers, give them veterinary care and find them qualified, loving homes.
In order to provide this community assistance we must raise money. Every rescued Airedale receives a wellness check, is spayed or neutered, vaccinated and microchipped, but many Airedales require more extensive care. When our limited number of foster homes are full, we have to board the Airedales until a foster or forever home is found. We hope that through the Arizona Gives Day fundraiser, we can replenish our funds.
Some companies encourage participation in Arizona Gives Day and will match funds raised .. please check it out and consider becoming a fundraiser for Airedale Rescue through the link on the fundraising page.
Thank you for making a donation on behalf of Airedale Rescue.
Sweetie’s gap toothed grin — all teeth on the bottom and top worn down to the gum. Bottom incisors sheared in half. Probably from years of chewing on a wire pen. Nine teeth were removed, she was spayed, had a hernia repair, two mammary tumors removed (benign, thankfully) and brought up to date on vaccinations. She is waiting for her forever home.
Update on Belle, our little old miss surrendered at age 12.5 with raging Valley fever and long history of neglect .. Belle is doing well, and even plays a little with her three foster brothers. She definitely likes her treats. She still has house training challenges (outdoors for 12 years) but she is a sweet little girl with a lot of love still left to give.