Fundraiser for Odie’s Sanctuary Animal Center

Aug 5, 2014 at 9:05 AM--



Brian Harrington, CEO of Pro Football Central, is trying to get the word out on a fundraiser for Odie's Sanctuary Animal Center in Southcoast Massachusetts. The shelter was created to honor Otis, Harrington's dog that passed away in January. It is dedicated to helping stray dogs like Otis live a better life. The fundraising campaign was created to acquire the funds needed to build a sanctuary with a better living environment for these animals.

The campaign aims to raise $30,000. The money will be used for purchasing land to build the sanctuary and expenses for constructing the center, veterinary care, and utilities.

Click here for the full story about the campaign. Then, if you are interested in helping out, you can donate using the link below.




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