A very special evening of fundraising and celebration is planned to benefit the Purr’n Pooch Foundation for Animals on April 24, 2014. The founders have arranged a “Meet & Greet” with Dr. Ian Dunbar, pioneer in dog behavior training. The event will take place at the Purr’n Pooch Pet Resort in Tinton Falls, New Jersey.
Dr. Dunbar will be presenting a seminar earlier that day from 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. entitled “Simple Solutions for Common Dog Behavior & Training Problems.” During the evening reception, he will be available to answer questions and offer advice along with Dick Palazzo, president and CEO, Purr’n Pooch Pet Resorts.
Foundation grants are awarded once a year. The criteria for a grant application are that you submit on behalf of a 501(3)(c) nonprofit organization and state the reason for funding. Every organization that applies is researched, and if the application is qualified, the organization most likely will be accommodated.
The foundation awards grants for any type of animal rescue including dogs, cats, exotics, horses and wildlife. The maximum grant to any one organization per year is $5,000. The same organization can apply every year. Twelve grants have been awarded for 2013. Annually, they have granted $30,000.
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The Purr’n Pooch Foundation for Animals was established in 2010 by the Palazzo sisters as a way to celebrate a 40 year milestone for Purr’n Pooch Pet Resorts. Visit the Foundation website to learn more about their fundraising efforts.
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