Have you ever seen a homeless dog or cat on the street and thought, “I wish I could give it something to eat or drink?”
Ever heard of an animal shelter that euthanizes perfectly healthy pets and thought, “Why can’t they just find good homes for these poor animals?”
Maybe you’ve heard about or even witnessed a sickening case of animal abuse and thought, “Something needs to be done about this… but what can I do?!”
Well, my friends, you no longer need to feel helpless. You can actually do something tangible to help needy animals all across the globe — like the pictured dog and rabbit I met in Rouen, France!
With the help of a very generous Dallas attorney and his assistant, I’m in the process of applying with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service for 501c3 status for my charitable foundation, Nutmeg Animal Welfare. This could take several more months of paperwork filings and waiting to hear back from the IRS, but by year’s end, at the latest, I’m hoping we’ll be incorporated.
In the meantime, I need to recruit like-minded friends like you who can serve as board members. The title may sound intimidating and loaded with responsibilities, but rest assured… it requires very little commitment or liability on your part… or, as much as you’d like!
At minimum, as a board member, you’d be asked to do just two things:
You don’t have to donate any money of your own, if you so choose, but you are certainly more than welcome to do that. Ideally, I would need a bit of your time, passion, creativity, and perhaps some in-kind services (graphic design, PR outreach, delivery of goods, etc.) to get the organization off to a good start.
If any of this sounds the least bit interesting to you, please get in touch with me as soon as possible and I will be thrilled to share more information about the organization’s mission and goals, both short- and long-term.
Thank you in advance for your support of Nutmeg Animal Welfare.