Welcome to my Personal Page - We're At It Again...41st consecutive year of fundraising!
This year's Walk For Animals marks our 41st consecutive year of fundraising for this cause that is dear to our hearts!
When we told some of our donors that we were thinking of letting last year's Walk be our last, they encouraged us to continue telling us that "if you do the Walk again this year, we will donate!" And with an incentive like that, how could we say no. So, here we are again, hat in hand, asking for your support.
Why do we "do the Walk?" Because the Society provides essential care to a variety of animals and they need these funds to maintain this excellent care, and for the many outreach opportunities and partnerships they have formed throughout MN and other parts of the United States. They are able to reach so many more animals who need their outreach in order to find the loving homes they deserve.
This year's Walk is dedicated to two little rapscallions who stole our hearts, Liza and Zak, littermates who just happened to be at the Society when we felt it was time to bring some more love into our household. They have been a blessing and Zak especially is very conversational...he should have his own Talk Show.
As to the fundraising part, a friend of ours once said, "All we can do is ask, and ask, and ask again." So here we are hat in hand, "asking again." Please support the animals through the Anderson efforts by clicking on the word "donate" above. Help us help the Society one more year...they truly deserve your consideration.
"THANK YOU, Thank You, thank you" to all our donors over these incredible years for making a difference in the lives of the animals in our communities, and for being a voice for those who cannot speak! "Be Kind to Animals. Today and Always!"
Fundraising Honor Roll
Carol Oversvee Johnson
Walt McCarthy and Clara Ueland
Owen and Kay Gregg Gregg
Carol Z. Rinkoff
Ameriprise Financial matching Deborah Enyeart
Kristen and Timothy Peterson
Liz and Chris Pike
Dick and Judy Corson
Charles and Diana Coggin
To engage the hearts, hands, and minds of the community to help animals.
To compassionately and responsibly create a more humane world for animals.
Be good to animals. Partner with people. Lead responsibly with compassion.