Emergency Preparedness: Protecting Wildlife

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Emergency Preparedness: Protecting Wildlife
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Emergency Preparedness: Protecting Wildlife

Project Report | Dec 24, 2023
Enhancing Emergency Preparedness for Animal Safety

By Debbie Wyche | Founder

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Emergency food storage

Project: Enhancing Emergency Preparedness for Animal Safety

As our project progresses towards the $10,000 target aimed at bolstering the safety and well-being of our animal residents, every contribution, including a recent generous donations, plays a pivotal role. This report outlines the specific impact that such a donation has on our overarching mission to counter the increasing threat of wildfires in the Inland Northwest through enhanced emergency preparedness.

Incremental Progress Towards a Larger Goal: Each donation contributes to our cumulative fund, gradually bridging the gap toward our $10,000 goal. Each contribution is a step forward in our concerted effort to secure the necessary equipment and resources. When many individuals contribute at this level, the collective impact is substantial, driving us closer to our target.

Direct Impact on Procuring Emergency Equipment: The funds directly support the acquisition of high-quality transport kennels and containment solutions. Specifically, donations can contribute to the purchase of materials and accessories that enhance the comfort and safety features of these kennels, such as padding, water bowls, or improved ventilation components. While it may seem like a modest amount in the face of the overall goal, when combined with other donations, it enables bulk purchases and discounts, stretching the value of each dollar.

Strengthening Community Engagement and Awareness: Each donation, is a testament to community support and awareness of our mission. It not only aids financially but also morally boosts our team's efforts, knowing that the community values and supports the cause. This engagement is crucial for the ongoing success and expansion of our project, encouraging more people to participate and contribute.

In the grand scheme of our $10,000 target, each donation is a fundamental building block. It signifies community trust and participation in our vital mission to protect our animal residents from the imminent threat of wildfires. Every dollar is allocated with the utmost care to ensure the safety and comfort of the animals during emergency evacuations. As we continue to receive support, each contribution is a reminder of the collective commitment of our community to safeguard the lives of those in our care. We remain dedicated to transparently reporting and effectively utilizing these funds to achieve our critical goal.

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Location: Mead, WA - USA
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Project Leader:
Lisa Grey
Mead , WA United States
$1,495 raised of $10,000 goal
5 donations
$8,505 to go
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