The Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society is seeking to raise $10,000 for its Angel Fund on GivingTuesday, which is on Dec. 1 this year.
The shelter’s Angel Fund provides non-routine, life-saving veterinary care for homeless pets, including those in need of surgery, those suffering from rare, treatable muscular or neurological diseases, or those requiring expensive treatments for ailments above and beyond basic preventative care.
“In the past year, GMHS invested more than $25,000 providing extraordinary veterinary care for homeless pets,” said GMHS CEO April Martinez. “These pets survived because of donors’ generous gifts to our Angel Fund.
“In addition to a second chance at a life well lived, the gifts offer the neediest pets in the communities served by GMHS a chance to lead lives filled with the dignity, love and respect they deserve,” said Martinez. “We are as grateful to our supporters for their friendship as we are their support of our Angel Fund. They are truly angels on E...
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