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pet and animal rescue

Tweet —Guest Blogger: Sarah Clinton, RAL Community Manager   Woofstock 2013 has an exciting new location! Yes, we know we are four days away from our party. That gives you, let’s see, FOUR WHOLE DAYS to shift your sails and join us at a new spot! Due to a communication blip on the part of […]

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Tweet —Guest Blogger: Sarah Clinton, Richmond Animal League Community Manager Meet Emily.  She’s 10 years old, a fourth grader, a fan of cats and dogs, and is “giving up” Christmas for Richmond Animal League (RAL) this year. We learned about this incredible gift when a $500 donation from Emily’s aunt and uncle came in with […]

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Tweet Does your child aspire to work with pets? Why not sign them up for Richmond SPCA’s Winter Break Critter Camp: Careers with Animals? The Richmond SPCA is offering camp sessions for children in 5th through 9th grades during Winter Break. Campers will spend time with each department at our humane center during each of […]

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Tweet —Guest Blogger: Tonya Irizarry, Ring Dog Rescue Ring Dog Rescue has teamed up with Chesterfield County Animal Shelter, to get pit bull type dogs adopted! The first 10 approved applications wishing to adopt a “Pit Bull Type” dog; Ring Dog Rescue will pay the $60 adoption fee. The adopted dogs will be spayed or […]

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Join The Amazing Raise at GiveRichmond.org!

by Richmond Petlover on September 19, 2012 · 1 comment

Tweet Richmonders, Turn $50 into $20,000 for a local nonprofit by joining Richmond’s Amazing Raise! During this 36-hour online giving event, (6am September 19th to 6pm on September 20th) the more unique donors who give a gift of $50 or more to their favorite Richmond nonprofits, the greater the chance of those organizations winning bonus […]

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Tweet —Guest Blogger: Sarah Clinton, Richmond Animal League Community Manager For the second time in two years, the Beath Foundation yesterday committed another $10,000 to match donations of $100 or more made to the Richmond Animal League (RAL). As a privately run shelter that receives no funding from governmental agencies, RAL depends on the generosity […]

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