Become a Saint for SAINTS and donate

Help out Mission's Senior Animals in Need Today Society

Donate to SAINTS and help animals live out their last days in comfort.

Are you searching for that great Christmas present which will make a huge difference throughout the year?

Get to know SAINTS (Senior Animals In Need Today Society).

SAINTS is a Mission-based end of life sanctuary for senior and special needs animals with nowhere else to go. It provides a special place to be loved and cherished and proper medical care for the rest of their days.

Because of the nature of their sanctuary the cost of providing shelter, particularly vet care, is very high. SAINTS is launching a quest for 1,000 supporters who believe these precious animals deserve to spend the remainder their lives in comfort and with love. They are asking these special people to pledge $25 a month.

The fact is it will take 50 “saints” donating for a year to cover one month of expenses at the sanctuary. That means it will take 600 monthly donors to cover the basic expenses over a year. When they reach 1,000 that means the board of directors can feel financially secure to make necessary repairs to the present buildings, make plans for new purpose built buildings and comfortably be prepared for the many unforeseen emergencies which come up regularly when sheltering elderly and disabled animals.

They are working at finding those first 50 supporters to cover the first month, January. When they are successful they will be looking for the next 50 to cover February, and so on through the calendar year.

In order for this to work they need a couple of commitments. First, please sign up for the monthly donation and second spread the word through your circle of friends acquaintances.

This gift that will make a huge difference to these special animals throughout the year; it doesn’t get any better than that.

For information visit www.1000Saints.ca.

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