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PALS Foundation To Increase Charitable Support

Non-Profits Focused on Wildlife and Animal Welfare, Environmental Protection Will Benefit


The PALS Foundation announces beginning October 1, 2010, it will increase its charitable financial support to nonprofit organizations and grassroot groups in the areas of Animal Welfare, Human-Animal Bond, Wildlife & Environmental Protection and Preservation, and World Peace & Unity. 60% of the proceeds of every contribution to PALSHalo Of Hope Program will in turn be donated to the donor’s named local or favorite charity.

PALS is dedicated to making an extra effort by raising its monetary support to help keep organizations and grassroot groups afloat and thriving during a downturn in the economy,” explains Lynn Evans, Outreach Director of the PALS Foundation. “PALS’ Halo Of Hope program has been a lifeline for groups and organizations nationwide for many years. It helps take the stress and strain off of their fundraising activities, and gives them more time to devote to their own charitable run programs. And it is a Win-Win for everyone involved.

For every contribution made to PALS’ Halo Of Hope Program, donor’s receive a PALS’ signature Halo Of Hope artisan jewelry piece of their choosing. Every PALS’ artisan piece design depicts specific support for the protection, preservation, and well-being of all living things.”

The PALS Foundation, founded in 1980, is an international 501(c)3 volunteer humane advocacy organization. It is devoted to its mission to Unite, Strengthen, & Protect inherent sharing relationsips between people, animals, and the natural environment. For more information about PALS, its Halo Of Hope Program, and to make a donation and view the PALS’ Halo Of Hope artisan collection, visit PALS online.

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