Michigan Pet Fund Alliance

Volunteer with Michigan Pet Fund Alliance 



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If your New Year's resolution is to volunteer with an animal welfare organization, look no further!

Michigan Pet Fund Alliance currently has the following opportunities:

- Clerical  assistant: Work  from home, using your own computer, to assist with donor acknowledgment letters and other clerical tasks. Knowledge of Microsoft Word is required.  

- Marketing/communications consultant: Review current materials (website, brochures, newsletters) to help develop and implement messaging to effectively promote and support MPFA and its programs.

If interested, please email  info@michiganpetfund.org

Spotlight on Michigan Certified Rescue organization Canine Companions Rescue Center




Canine Companions Rescue Center (CCRC) in Clarkston has been busy saving dogs from shelters throughout the state. Their dedicated volunteers frequently pull senior and special-needs dogs, or those with medical issues that shelters can't address, giving them a second chance on a healthy, happy life. Many of the dogs qualify for Michigan Pet Fund Alliance's  Judith Middleton Kroon grants.
 
CCRC's talented volunteers Matt and Becky Reed created a video highlighting the dogs that CCRC has helped with Kroon grants.  View the heartwarming video here

CCRC Kroon video 2016

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CCRC's original co-founding members Carl and Connie Fleck have recently retired to Alabama after more than 12 years of involvement with the group. Many thanks go to Carl and Connie for their leadership and commitment to CCRC, which has resulted in thousands of dogs finding new adoptive homes. MPFA hopes to see many more Kroon grant applications continue to roll in from CCRC! 

Consider volunteering with CCRC; view their current opportunities  here

See all Judith Middleton Kroon grant recipients here

Donate to the fund so that more animals can be helped in 2017 here.

About Michigan Pet Fund Alliance 
The single mission of Michigan Pet Fund Alliance is to stop the killing of healthy and treatable homeless cats and dogs in Michigan shelters. 
 
MPFA is an all-volunteer organization collaborating with shelter and rescue organizations to achieve No Kill through training, technical  assistance,
 education and advocacy.
 
For more information: 
877-FUR-PALS  (877-387-7257)
 
Michigan Pet Fund Alliance is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization as defined by the IRS (EIN 20-0399162) and is a Guidestar Exchange Platinum Participant.
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 Contributions are tax deductible. 
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