How You Can Help
There are thousands of homeless and abandoned animals that need your assistance.
Although we are a small group, together we have saved hundreds of lives thus far. We have seen so much good in the world, but sadly have seen the worst as well.
However, we remain a positive group and this is why we are beginning our new venture so we can be helpful to people & animals in need.
We will remain firm in our belief that there is a home for every animal, it just hasn't been found yet.
Until then we will care for them, love and cherish their lives, and keep them safe from harm.
Notes and Letters
Dear friends of animals,
First, let me say: Thank you. Thank you for your tireless support of the many homeless animals. Through fundraisers, requests and everything else that happens during a year, you have shown your commitment to giving your all to animal welfare. As we partner with you here at NBFH for the welfare of the animals, I want you to know, that your commitment does not go unnoticed.
It is partly because of the busy lives we all lead that I am writing. As you know, our rescue customarily holds a fundraiser in the summer to pay for veterinary care our animals need: Spay, Neuters, Eye issues, mouth issues and so on. This year, we need more for those animals whom are waiting to come in.
When discussing several alternative fundraising options with each other, one person proposed that we simply write to everyone and let them know the amount of our budget cannot maintain the number of animals that need to come in.
And that brings me to you.
I wish I could tell you that we are raising money head over heels. The reality, we are not.
Would you be able to raise money for our rescue? At Work? Clubs? With Friends? Could you hold a bake sale? a tag sale? A pasta dinner? Could you somehow contribute $60 over the course of the next 3 months to help make up for where we have fallen short.
Like I said, we’ve considered many options, but in the end, we felt you have all given so much, the easiest and most convenient way to raise the needed money would be to just lay it at your feet and ask if we can all work together to share this burden.
“Many hands make light work,” so the saying goes. If each of us can give an extra $60, we will have enough to carry on through the end of the year.
I want to end this letter by thanking you again. Thank you for taking the time to read it, and whether you can give or not, know we deeply appreciate your dedication to homeless animals.
Roberta (Bobbie) McNeil
“I am a wealthy man, for I see love in every living creature”