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Tweet —Guest Blogger: Tabitha Frizzell Hanes, Richmond SPCA Director of Advancement This Sunday, Jan. 13, Cooper Vineyards is hosting a first-in-Virginia exhibit from New Orleans artist Martin LaBorde. His work is presented courtesy of Bee Galleries, and the gallery has generously pledged to donate 15 percent from the purchase of each piece sold at this […]

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Tweet —Guest Blogger: Sarah Clinton, RAL Community Manager Operation Silent Night, an initiative of Richmond Animal League (RAL), was conceived with the idea of sending all of the animals at the shelter home for the holidays. In 2011, 119 animals had found their forever homes (and 55 more were placed in loving foster homes) during […]

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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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The Gratitude 100

by Richmond Petlover on August 10, 2012 · 1 comment

Tweet Saturday, August 11th Independence Golf Course Paul Carr, CEO of Car Pool, will be walking 50 holes of golf at Independence Golf Club in Midlothian, Virginia. His goal is to raise money for 4 charities that are very dear to his heart:   The Richmond SPCA; Fetch a Cure; Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the […]

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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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Tweet —Guest Blogger: Amy McCracken, Executive Director Richmond Animal League With Valentine’s Day less than a week away, Metro Richmond Pet Savers is working to make sure Virginia pet lovers find the love of their lives! This month’s massive adopt-a-thon will take place at the PetSmart in Virginia Center Commons (9870 Brook Road, Glen Allen, […]

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