ROAD TO PUPPY BOWL NEW ENGLAND
The Road to the Puppy Bowl was so much fun! Many thanks to the New England Patriots players and New England Patriots Cheerleaders for joining us! And a HUGE thank you to Animal Planet for organizing such an amazing event! 8 animals found homes tonight, and we're sure many more will be going home soon!
PATRIOTS TAKE PART IN ROAD TO THE PUPPY BOWL!
New England Patriots players and New England Patriots Cheerleaders teamed with Animal Planet to take part in the "Road to the Puppy Bowl" as part of the Celebrate Volunteerism weekly focus on animals. The special guests visited the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts to spend time with the animals and interact with the families looking to adopt the lovable pets.
Congratulations to Diane Campbell
Congratulations to Diane Campbell for being selected as our Patriots Difference Maker of the Week for animal volunteerism! She has gone above and beyond to support the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts and we would like to thank her for her outstanding commitment to giving back!
The Kraft family and New England Patriots Charitable Foundation would also like to thank the staff and volunteers at APCSM for all of their hard work and dedication to finding families for these lovable animals!
To learn more, please visit www.patriots.com/community/volunteerism.html
Paint Your Pet Night
Wednesday, December 10th 6:30pm - Join The Parched Painter and the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern MA for a Paint Your Pet Night for a fabulous fundraiser! You'll be painting a pet of your choosing (one of your own, or you could create a lovely gift)! Tickets are $50 and include all the supplies necessary to create your masterpiece. At the end, you'll have a 16 x 20 canvas painting of your favorite animal! For all the details and to purchase your ticket, click here.
Life is Precious... but it's not always easy
At the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts, Life is Precious. As an open-admission shelter, rather than a no-kill shelter, we aren't always eligible for grants or other fundraising opportunities. But we're also the ones who accept older and ailing animals, often beloved pets, that their owners can simply no longer care for.
Click here for more details or to donate now.