DFW Humane Society Set to Participate in North Texas Giving Day on September 22, 2016

IRVING, Texas (August 18, 2016) – DFW Humane Society is thrilled to once again be a part of the eighth North Texas Giving Day on September 22, 2016! On that day, every donation of $25 or more made through the DFW Humane Society profile page on the North Texas Giving Day website will go further with bonus funds and prizes between 6 a.m. and Midnight. All participating nonprofits, including DFW Humane Society, will receive a portion of the total $2.5 million dollars in available bonus funds.

PrinceIn 2015, DFW Humane Society raised $33,572 from 145 donors on North Texas Giving Day providing more than enough funds to cover a full month’s worth of care for the pets sheltered at DFW Humane Society. “North Texas Giving Day is an incredible event that shows the generosity, caring, and compassion of our donors,” said Sarah Kammerer, Executive Director. “Of course, every day of the year, we have amazing individuals and businesses that contribute to the care and daily needs of our pets, as well as special needs vet care through our Guardian Angel Fund,” Mrs. Kammerer continued. “North Texas Giving Day provides a special opportunity for our donors to magnify their impact through the addition of bonus funds and, potentially, prize money.”

Our donors’ generosity provides the means to rescue hundreds of unwanted pets each year and place them in loving homes. DFW Humane Society is continually awed by our donors and the renewed commitment they inspire in us each day.Lunies

About DFW Humane Society
Founded in 1967, DFW Humane Society works tirelessly to rescue unwanted and neglected pets and give them a second chance in life through adoption.

About North Texas Giving Day
North Texas Giving Day is an online giving event for people across the nation (and the world!) to come together to raise as much money as possible for North Texas nonprofits on one day: September 22, 2016. In seven years, North Texas Giving Day has pumped more than $119 million into the North Texas community. In 2015, $33 million was raised through more than 118,000 gifts benefiting 2,020 nonprofits.