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Does anyone run a non-profit for animals?Views: 853
Jun 14, 2008 10:18 pmDoes anyone run a non-profit for animals?#

Kristin
I may be able to help you with some fundraising! :-)

Let me know!

Kristin
http://impactwriting.net

http://funding4npo.blogspot.com

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Jun 15, 2008 1:26 amre: Does anyone run a non-profit for animals?#

Rose Hope
Hi, does it have to be for animals? I do foster for several dog rescues but I also volunteer for this organization: www.cardiostart.org check out the web site to see what it is about. We can use some ideas for funding.

Thanks
Rose Hope

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Jun 16, 2008 10:24 pmre: re: Does anyone run a non-profit for animals?#

Kristin
No Rose, it doesn't have to be for animals at all--just that's a big soft spot for me. I'll send you a PM to take a look at what I've got--absolutely FREE to the non-profit and with some excellent money making possibilities. The organization keeps 100% of the profits.

Kristin

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Jun 17, 2008 1:59 amre: re: re: Does anyone run a non-profit for animals?#

Rose Hope
Hi
Thanks for gettingback to me. We have a commitee meeting coming up and I'll talk about hat you have to offer. CardioStart is a great organization and everyone is awesome. I'll get back to you.

Thanks
Rose

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Jun 17, 2008 4:46 pmre: re: re: re: Does anyone run a non-profit for animals?#

Kristin
Yes, I was very impressed with what I read! Neat program! And another one that would be near and dear to my own heart too!

I have an amplatzer occluder implanted in my heart by Dr. Ziyad Hijazi at the University of Chicago Hospital. (He's not longer there). He invented the device and it's now pending approval from the FDA. All very exciting ground breaking stuff!

Glad you got the info and let me know what other questions I can answer for you. It's very popular and since there's no cost to the non-profit it's a win-win!

Kristin

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