James came to us last December with an ulcer on his eye, lumps on his chest, and a matted and tangled gray coat. The scruffy old guy had been neglected for most of his seven years. But that didn’t stop him from having a sweet disposition and giving adorable smiles. Despite his heartbreaking history, his spirit was still intact, and he still had a lot of love to give.
Thanks to friends like you, the Humane Society of Sarasota County was able to give James the second chance he needed for a happy, healthy future. We fixed his eye, removed his lumps, and gave him a thorough grooming, freeing him to move comfortably. Right after the new year, he received the best gift of all: he was adopted! Now he’s safe and loved and spends his days snuggled on his mom’s lap, visions of treats dancing in his head.
Will you help more animals like James this holiday season? With your Holiday Fund Drive gift, you’ll provide safe shelter and lifesaving medical care to our area’s most vulnerable animals. Your gift will save lives.
The Humane Society of Sarasota County depends on the support of caring people like you to continue our mission. Thanks to your generosity and support, HSSC has been able to save thousands of animals. Together, we are able to touch the lives of so many animals in need. Planned gifts make a huge impact on our ability to continue this lifesaving work for years to come. Let Your Love Be Your Legacy.
Many people contribute to nonprofit groups during their lifetime, but only a small number continue this support in their wills or estate plans. You can be one of those special people. You can become a member of the HSSC Legacy Society.
We know that animals matter to you. A lasting gift is a wonderful way to honor the people and animals that have made an impact on your life. Gifts large and small are important. Charitable giving is not only for the wealthy. It is for anyone who wants their legacy of love to live beyond their lifetime. You can make an important, lasting difference for animals.
Attend our free Planned Giving Info Session on Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 4–6pm.