After all the shopping on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, DIMC is participating in the global movement Giving Tuesday which was started to encourage everyone to give to charities and back to their community. Giving Tuesday is powered through social media by using #GivingTuesday on Twitter and Facebook to help bring more people together and motivate them to give their time, donations, and voice this holiday season. Please help us celebrate this global movement by giving what you can so we can continue to fly and transport more animals to safety where they will find their forever homes.
To help us this season, you can donate at www.dogcopilot.org/donate or follow us on social media. Any amount you are willing to give helps us continue to save animals from being euthanized. If you are unable to donate, you can help us raise awareness for the animals who need our help by following and interacting with DIMC through social media.
Another way you can help us continue saving lives is through Paw Packz. If you are still looking for gifts this holiday season, visit www.pawpackz.com and check out their bottle cap magnet sets and singles with images supporting animal rescue and the DIMC logo. Paw Packz will donate 20% of their sales, making it a fun way to contribute while getting a cute gift for your friends or family!
You could also give by finishing all of your other holiday shopping on www.smileamazon.com and selecting DIMC as your charitable organization. Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchases so you will be able to get all of your holiday purchases done while donating at the same time.
Tis’ the season of giving and whether you give through donations, your holiday shopping, or getting involved on social media, it makes a difference. By getting involved with this movement and DIMC, you can help save animal lives. If you would like to learn more about Giving Tuesday, please visit http://www.givingtuesday.org/.
Lucky was flown on one of our rescue flights and here is a note from Lucky’s new mom and dad!
“I love this little dog. He was on the flight to Eureka, MT from Phoenix, AZ. We are pretty blessed to have him, he is a great dog!”