Help End Animal Abuse

Animal abuse is a cruel action towards innocent animals that has to be stopped. Today, many animals are being exploited by the fashion, entertainment, and food industries. In an attempt to help raise awareness about animal abuse towards cats and dogs, I have created a website to give people more information about animal abuse and the outline of my project. My project is aimed towards raising money through donations in order to give an abused animal a second chance at a happier life. All proceeds from my project will be going to the ASPCA to help with their animal rescue efforts and help provide animals with a safer environment.

Please support my fundraiser event by making a donation and help me make a positive impact in the lives of animals! Thank you!

 - Jennifer Feliciano

About the ASPCA: Fighting for animals is a 24/7 job, but your commitment makes it possible for our life-saving programs to create happy endings for those innocent lives touched by cruelty. Every single day of the year, we are rescuing animals from neglect and suffering. With your support, we are able to rescue animals from dog fighting, cockfighting, and puppy mills, work to end animal homelessness and farm animal cruelty, and provide medical care for countless pets in need. Please help us save even more animals and donate to this Team ASPCA campaign today.

Personal campaign progress

$ 300.00 raised to date
Personal Fundraising Goal
$ 300.00
Suggested Donation
$25.00

Recent Donors

Name Amount
Anonymous $40.00
Alice Maggin $25.00
Angad Singh $50.00
Quincy Abbot $25.00
Marquan Jones $35.00

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Campaign Donors:

  • Quincy Abbot

    $ 25.0005 / 6 / 2015

    Good luck in your continuing campaign.

  • Marquan Jones

    $ 35.0005 / 5 / 2015

    Ms. Feliciano! i'm so very very proud of you.

  • Joseph Ballou

    $ 50.0004 / 28 / 2015

    Good luck Jennifer, and keep up the fine work with ASPCA and NYATA!