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$1,600.00 raised to date

$2,500.00 personal goal

64% goal reached

My personal message

In Memory of Shakespeare (Lab Rescue Alumni 2003) I will be participating in this year’s Lab Rescue Dog Walk. Please considering sponsoring Mozart and I when we participate in his honor. No amount is TOO SMALL or TOO BIG. All proceeds support Lab Rescue of the LRCP and will help save lives. Shakespeare added a new color to my world and before him that hue was missing. It is my hope that saving more lives will give someone the same opportunity I had with him. I learned to see the world in a different and better way through his eyes. Each year, Lab Rescue saves and places approximately 1,000 Labrador Retrievers into loving new homes. We need your support to continue to achieve this goal next year. Lots of wags to you!

 

Donations
  • Shari - $200.00
  • Anonymous - $100.00
  • Anonymous - $100.00
  • Karenna Armington - $50.00
  • LINDA ALFONSO - $50.00
  • Sherry Ralls - $50.00
  • In Memory of Katie. - $50.00
  • Jessica Lorey - $50.00
  • Lynda Folwick - $50.00
  • Ernie (the happy dog) - $50.00
  • Lou & Nancy Alfonso - $50.00
  • Jane and Vern Horn - $50.00
  • The Durnings and Raven - $50.00
  • Carol Shelton - $50.00
  • Stefanie, Lisa, Frederick, Ollie, Simon - $50.00
  • Shakespeare's Middle School Fans - $30.00
  • Andrea & Marty - $25.00
  • Tiiu G - $25.00
  • Sparkle - $25.00
  • Glen Ferguson - $25.00
  • Nancy Baskin - $25.00
  • Lisa Dominguez - $25.00
  • Rebecca Asofsky - $25.00
  • Jodi mcfarland - $25.00
  • Emily Asofsky - $25.00
  • Destini Z. Adamz - $25.00
  • Anita Schuneman - $25.00
  • Len & Eileen Sirota - $25.00
  • Billie Hall - $25.00
  • Melvin Hall - $25.00
  • Robyn Rosenbauer - $25.00
  • Amy Williamson - $25.00
  • Joe Alfonso - $25.00
  • Jill and Kerfuffle - $25.00
  • Margarita Revzin - $25.00
  • Maria Wortman - $25.00
  • Riley Alfonso - $25.00
  • Shady (Fur Fun) - $20.00
  • Mack - $20.00
  • Chica - $5.00

 

Comments

Karenna Armington
5/7/2015 2:33:00 PM

There is something so touching about how Shakespeare was especially clueless about how much he offered to those who knew them. It seems truly great dogs are too enthralled in each moment to consider the invaluable richness the bring.

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