GCACS has a challenge to meet in just twelve days – to get as many people as possible to vote their shelter into the 2011 ASPCA $100K Challenge, a nationwide competition for animal shelters to find more homes for animals than ever before. Greenville County Animal Care Services will compete to find homes for more cats and dogs than they did during the same period in 2010. Competing against 49 other shelters, their goal will be to save at least 300 more animals.
Not only will it save these precious lives, they’ll also be eligible to win a $100,000 grant from the ASPCA. The grant will be used to aggressively promote homeless pets for adoption and offer low cost spay-neuter and veterinary care for pet owners in our community that will in turn further reduce the number of animals that have to be surrendered to the shelter.
The first step is the qualifying heat, and this is where your support is most needed! We need all of our friends and community members to vote online at www.VoteToSaveLives.org. Vote any time from 9:00 AM, Eastern Time, on April 4 through midnight on April 15. Anyone age 18 and older who has a valid email address can vote, subject to the one vote per person per day limit.
Thank you for your continued support of our efforts to help connect beautiful, fun loving cats and dogs in our shelter with the right families and save hundreds of lives.
The Staff of Greenville County Animal Care Services
If you would like to get more involved in the North Main community, please join the NMCA. If you're already a member and want to volunteer with a committee, click here to learn more. As always, feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.