Local Charity Gives Voice to Those Who Cannot Speak For Themselves
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Franklin, WI (Animal Fairy Charities) March 11, 2010
Animal Advocate Television, Wisconsin ’s premier animal welfare television show airs this month on CBS affiliate WMLW.
The show aims to help raise awareness for animal shelters and horse rescues, encourage the public to foster and adopt and will inform and educate on state and federal animal welfare legislation as well as encourage parents to teach children compassion at an early age.
Animal Fairy Charities, Inc., Franklin, WI is an all volunteer Wisconsin based 501(c)3 non-profit organization focusing on companion animal safety and welfare. The organization’s main focus is raising and distributing funds in support of the missions of other animal non-profit organizations using a federated (i.e. United Way) method. In addition, Animal Fairy Charities educates and engages young children in compassion through the positive interaction with animals.
“I love animals with all my heart,” said Debra Lopez, founder of Animal Fairy Charities. "I want to bring an entire community together to help those who cannot help themselves. During these tough economic times, we cannot depend solely on individual donations. We have to remain creative in our fund raising efforts and I believe the show presents a win-win for both our sponsors and our mission,” Lopez added.
Animal Advocate Television is sponsored by Central Bark USA , Caesar’s Pet, Animal Campus and Fetch Magazine. You can see the show every Sunday starting March 21st at 10AM on WMLW. You can also log onto animaladvocatetv.com to see the show on demand 24/7 or for more information on how you can get involved.
Animal Fairy Charities, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 non profit animal welfare organization based in Franklin , Wisconsin . The organization raises and distributes funds in support of the missions of other animal non-profit organizations using a federated method. In addition, Animal Fairy Charities educates and engages young children in compassion through the positive interaction with animals.
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Contact: Debra Lopez
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