The world is enduring an unprecedented health crisis and I send support, hope and love to all of you. This situation is touching each and every one of us.
It is also impacting animal shelters across the country. Many have been forced to close their doors due to coronavirus. Oregon Humane Society (OHS) remains open and dedicated to providing care to homeless pets as they have done for decades.
Many of OHS' largest fundraisers have been cancelled or postponed, including the annual Doggie Dash event. The harsh reality is that OHS is facing a loss of nearly $1 million raised from this event alone. And my Doggie Dash Team Highway To Home is stepping up to help.
Team H2H was hosting multiple fundraising events to help us reach our team donation goal.
But OHS is NOT on hold and continues to offer shelter to all kinds of pets in need. And with Doggie Dash, OHS' biggest fundraiser being postponed, we have to dig deep and humbly ask our friends and the community to help, even at a time when things are challenging. Our team is doing all it can, and hopefully you can help, too.
From this page, you can make a safe and secure donation to help support animals. These times are difficult for us all, but we cannot let the most vulnerable among us fall by the wayside.
Thank you for your support and please be safe out there.
Thank you so much!