Vincent's Memorial Campaign

As most of you know, my sweet Obie went to the Rainbow Bridge on January 3rd 2017, and I miss him terribly. My precious boy was only 4 years old when he passed. It's not been easy for me without him, and a second doesn't go by where I don't think of him. I was there when he came out of his Mommy and we had been inseparable since then. I though if I could help others in need, it would be a way for me to give back. I often think of ways to not just honor Obie, but to assist others that are in desperate need of our help. It's very important to me to help as many as I can. Every dollar you give goes to directly to the ASPCA to benefit others. None of your donations go to me. They go to help animals like my sweet boy. Anything you can give, even if it's just one dollar helps.....Please help me honor my baby boy !!

Thank you for visiting my memorial page. Your donation will help the ASPCA provide life-saving programs and services to millions of animals nationwide. Please join me in celebrating their life and pay tribute by making a donation to give abused and homeless animals a second chance at life. Thank you.

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

$ 15.00 raised to date
Personal Fundraising Goal
$ 10,000.00
Suggested Donation
$25.00

Recent Donors

Name Amount
Julia Pack $15.00

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