Fundraising Partners was created so that anyone can add their own Pets Loyal 2 Vets fundraising badge to their own web site, Twitter account or on a Facebook page.
Once you create your account, it’s easy to get started. You can upload an image for your fundraising badge, set any goal amount you wish to achieve for yourself and then spread the word on social media like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to co-workers and to everyone you know who support homeless dogs being connected with our military veterans diagnosed and treated for PTSD, TBI and physical assaults while serving in the military.
When you click this fundraising badge, visitors will see who has been the most successful in raising funds for Pets Loyal 2 Vets. When they click your image or icon, they will be taken to your fundraising badge where they can then donate under your name for Pets Loyal 2 Vets.
Talk with your family, friends and co-workers who support your charitable efforts. Get them involved in donating to your badge and help homeless dogs and our Minnesota veterans get the services they need and deserve. Conduct fundraising drives on your own and drive people to your fundraising badge. To maintain your status as a Fundraising Partner on this page, each badge holder must maintain a minimum of $500 raised in any 6 month period of time. Badges who raise zero amounts in any quarter will be removed for lack of activity. The point for having a fundraising badge is to help generate donations in your name to Pets Loyal 2 Vets.
Each calendar year, the top Fundraising Partner who has successfully matched or exceeded the $1,000 goal will receive a very nicely engraved plaque acknowledging their efforts and a permanent listing on our website under the Fundraising Partners page.
Getting involved and paying it forward with Pets Loyal 2 Vets fundraising badges helps change the life of a homeless dog looking for a new home and a veteran who served their country and is returning home.
Get your fundraising badge listed below and start raising funds for Pets Loyal 2 Vets today. The life of a homeless dog and a fellow Minnesota veteran may very well depend on it.