At dogIDs, we improve the lives of dogs. Whether we’re sending supplies to the dogs affected by natural disasters or supporting our local shelter’s events and fundraisers or volunteering our time, our staff gives with a purpose.
Each quarter, dogIDs will choose a non-profit, dog-related organization to support. Customers will be given the opportunity to add an additional $1.00, $5.00, $10.00, $25.00 or $50.00 to their order during checkout. Giving is completely optional; however, dogIDs makes it convenient and easy to donate. Each supporter will receive an email detailing his or her contribution for tax purposes. At the end of each quarter, dogIDs will compile the donations and match 10% of all donations, up to $1,000.
dogIDs is thrilled to announce that we have chosen Best Friends Animal Society as our first featured organization.
In the 1980’s, approximately 17 million animals were killed each year. Seniors, sickly and so-called “problem animals” were the first to be euthanized. A group of friends decided to step up and do something about it. They began taking in “unadoptable” animals and providing them with the care they so desperately needed.
After proper medical attention and love, almost all of the animals were able to find loving families of their own. For the animals that were unable to safely be placed in adoptive homes, an animal sanctuary was created. Through hard work and dedication their efforts flourished and Best Friends Animal Society was formed and incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
If you ask us, Best Friends Animal Society lives their vision each and every day by bringing a better world through kindness to animals. They do this by caring for an approximated 1,700 animals on over 20,000 acres of land and that is exactly why we have chosen to support them through our new “Paw It Forward” initiative.
As the saying goes, “We can’t do everything, but we can do something.”
Do something; help us help non-profit organizations like Best Friends Animal Society by donating today.
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