GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR!
The Animal Alliance of Greater Syracuse is a 501(c)3 charitable organization with the mission of strengthening the safety net and reducing euthanasias of healthy animals in the Central New York area. Toward that end, we are establishing a very low-cost high-volume, high-quality spay/neuter clinic in the Syracuse NY area, and are looking for an Executive Director.
During the run up to opening, this position will be a part-time and temporary trial position, with the potential to become full-time when the clinic opens.
The successful candidate will be a dynamic visionary, skilled at building and maintaining trusted relationships, who will strengthen and grow our newly formed clinic into a respected force within all sectors of the CNY community. S/he must demonstrate a passion for our mission.
The Executive Director will be a strategic thinker who will thrive on being part of building a new organizational culture, working closely with all clients, staff, volunteers, and board of directors members through sensitivity, strong listening skills and a spirit of collaboration and positive thinking. S/he must be willing to get involved hands-on to ensure success and must have proven fundraising experience.
HELP CREATE THIS BUSINESS FROM THE GROUND UP! JOIN US NOW!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested!
Your tax deductible donation is an easy way to make a difference!
You can make a difference in the life of ONE animal by donating to our Leg Up Fund that provides medical help to homeless animals like Niño and Max,
You can make a difference in the lives of MANY animals by donating to our high-volume, high-quality, very low-cost spay/neuter clinic that will provide services to under-served populations,
You can make a difference in the lives of THOUSANDS of animals by donating to help us to carry the message to Albany that animals matter!
The bottom line is that the opportunity to make a difference is yours!
Please give today via Paypal or by check to PO Box 94, Liverpool, NY 13088.
Posted in Leg Up, Spay-Neuter Clinic
Tagged AAGS, Animal Alliance of Greater Syracuse, Dewitt Animal Hospital, opportunity, Overpopulation, spay and neuter, spay-neuter, spay-neuter clinic, spay/neuter, Syracuse New York
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The Animal Alliance of Greater Syracuse is a 501c3 non-profit organization. We receive no funding other than what your generosity leads you to give, and all donations are tax deductible!
Whether it be:
- our Leg Up Fund that provides medical help to homeless animals like Niño,
- our Keeping Faith Fund, which offers rewards for the successful prosecution of animal abusers,
- or our high-volume, high-quality, very low-cost spay/neuter clinic that will provide services to under-served populations,
ALL our programs for animals depend on you!
Please give via Paypal or by check to PO Box 94, Liverpool, NY 13088.
Posted in Keeping Faith, Leg Up, Miscellaneous, Spay-Neuter Clinic
Tagged AAGS, Animal Alliance of Greater Syracuse, Animal welfare, high-volume, Keeping Faith, Leg Up, Onondaga County, Overpopulation, spay-neuter, Syracuse New York
Every day that passes, adoptable animals are being euthanized in CNY! Animals that are never born won’t meet with this heartbreaking end. That is why AAGS is working to open a high-volume, high-quality spay-neuter clinic;
You can help us accomplish this just by SHOPPING! Check out this link for the details – http://smile.amazon.com/ch/30-0698105 and do what you can to help the animals!
Print out these coupons and take one each time you go to UNO in Fayetteville ANY DAY in OCTOBER. UNO will GIVE The Animal Alliance of Greater Syracuse a donation of up to 20% of your bill!
You enjoy an evening out and they make the donation! Eat in, have drinks at the bar or take-out, just give them the coupon when you pay. Together we can help the animals in Central New York!
Bingo appeared recently with Laura Hand on Weekend Today in CNY. He is the cutest little boy and he is ready for adoption! Look for him here:
Bingo and AAGS want to thank all of you who donated to repair his broken leg! He is healing well, and will be making an appearance this coming Sunday, June 28 on Weekend Today in CNY with Laura Hand!
Laura’s show runs from 8 to 10 am and Bingo should be showing up in the 9 to 10 segment. He is a wiggly, fun-loving puppy who is just living the dream thanks to all of you! Don’t forget to tune in!
No one knows how or why this baby sustained two broken bones in his hind leg. One thing is certain, though–it’s a crippling injury if left untreated. Frightened, homeless, and in excruciating pain, Bingo was brought to Dewitt Animal Hospital-Shelter by a citizen. Animal Alliance of Greater Syracuse has stepped up to pledge $400 from its Leg Up Fund for Bingo’s treatment. But more donations, no matter how small, will be needed.
Barely three months old and only 10 lbs., Bingo has his whole life ahead of him. He has learned to love and depend on his caregivers at DAH-S and (no surprise!) has quickly become one of their favorites.
Your tax-deductible donation to AAGS’ Leg Up Fund for Bingo’s care will help bring about the day when this little lovebug is once again running and jumping and getting into good, frisky puppy trouble…in a brand new forever home.
Please help Bingo hit the jackpot! All donations with the notation “Leg Up Fund” will go directly to support the veterinary treatment of specific homeless animals who are brought to Dewitt Animal Hospital-Shelter and featured on AAGS’ Leg Up posts. Checks can be sent to AAGS, Box 94, Liverpool, NY 13088. For credit card and PayPal donations, find us at animalallianceofgreatersyracuse.org.
Who will give him a leg up?
The Animal Alliance of Greater Syracuse is proud to team up with Dewitt Animal Hospital-Shelter to offer a helping hand to hurt and homeless pets picked up as strays in the City of Syracuse.
AAGS’ Leg Up Fund will direct community donations to help cover the cost of treatment in the hope that these deserving cats and dogs heal and have a chance to be adopted into loving families.
Some pets already have families to care for them, either with their personal resources or with the aid of very successful online fundraisers. Most local shelters are non-profit organizations that can appeal directly to the public for help covering the cost of complex or long-term veterinary care. These shelters also hold several fundraisers each year.
Dewitt Animal Hospital-Shelter is not a non-profit. It cannot ask the public for financial support for seriously ill strays brought to their doors and it cannot hold fundraisers. DAH-Shelter needs us.
Please become part of the family that gives a helping hand to a seriously ill and homeless dog or cat brought to DAH-Shelter. We will post each case for which an appeal is made and will follow up with progress reports…reports that end with the happy day when an animal once discarded is welcomed back to our community healthy and adopted.
Please donate to AAGS’ Leg Up Fund by mail to PO Box 94, Liverpool, NY 13088, or via our website, http://animalallianceofgreatersyracuse.org.