MARCH 2021: BLIND CAT RESCUE & SANCTUARY, INC.
We are a lifetime care sanctuary for blind, FIV & Leukemia positive cats located in St. Pauls, North Carolina (USA).
In 2005, we built our first building as a safe place for blind cats who were deemed not adoptable by regular shelters and were going to be euthanized because they were blind. In 2011, we built a second shelter to provide a safe place for Leukemia positive (FELV+) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV+) cats who otherwise would be killed because they tested positive for these viruses.
At our cage free no-kill shelter in St. Paul’s NC, we are presently caring for 80+ cats whose age, medical condition, temperament or other special needs makes them even more precious in our eyes.
FEBRUARY 2021: MARY BIRD PERKINS CANCER CENTER
Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center is Louisiana’s leading cancer care organization, caring for more patients each year than any other facility in the region. And with strategic hospital and physician partnerships, we are delivering on our mission to improve survivorship and lessen the burden of cancer.
Mary Bird Perkins and its partners work together to provide state-of-the-art treatments and unparalleled collaborative, comprehensive cancer services. This culture of innovation helps attract the best cancer minds in the country, from expert physicians and highly specialized scientists to forward-thinking leaders in supportive care and other disciplines.
Together, with our hospital and physician partners, we are one-hundred percent focused on cancer care.
For 50 years, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center has delivered with compassion and excellence the most advanced cancer care available. Our mission is to improve survivorship and lessen the burden of cancer through expert treatment, compassionate care, early detection, research and education. Donate
JANUARY 2021: NEW ORLEANS UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB FUNDRAISER
As we all know, soccer is an unfortunately expensive game to play in the United States. There are too many folks that seek to profit off our beautiful game. That is not our aim in starting New Orleans United FC. We want to bring you true community-based high-level soccer without any of the socioeconomic and cultural barriers you might find elsewhere.
That being said, starting a grassroots organization with the combined resources of two college students and two recent college graduates is a tall task. For this to succeed, we need the support of all New Orleanians, including financially. While other organizations derive their support from one wealthy benefactor or the competing interest of several benefactors, we would like to be supported by the community we want to serve. Being free from outside influences will help us be undeterred in our commitment to you, the city of New Orleans.
We are aware that these are tough economic times for many of you, but New Orleans United FC would love to have your help in trying to establish itself. As we have put on our website, we are committed to transparency at all levels. To make good on our promise to you, we have published all of the expenses with which we need help paying for on our Go Fund Me page.
We hope that you will join and support us in our exciting project.