Kitten Triage Tuesday took place every Tuesday from July 11 - August 22, 2017. Live video streams provided a weekly virtual tour of the Kitten Triage trailer, where viewers experienced the day in the life of a kitten foster, watched kitten feedings, asked questions about the kittens in the program, and more! At the end of the campaign, donors raised $18,525 for the Kitten Triage Program #kittentriagetuesday.
We've Reached Our Goal, But Have More to Do
Thank you to everyone who watched #KittenTriageTuesday videos today, donated, and shared with your friends. We've reached our goal of raising $15,000 to save the lives of kittens at Multnomah County Animal Services. There's still more to do! We've told you that $50 provides for the needs of a kitten, and over 800 kittens will be treated by the Kitten Triage Program this year! That means everything raised above the goal is needed, and life-saving. Thank you for your continued involvement. We will continue to send updates and broadcast #KittenTriageTuesday through the end of the campaign on August 25, 2017.
Ways You Can Help
Matching Gift Challenges
Ronda N. & Steve F.
Thank you to the generous donors who contributed during our matching gift challenge on July 25! Foster volunteers Ronda N. and Steve F. offered to match all donations made during the live broadcasts on July 25. During the day, donors raised $2,522. Ronda and Steve decided to match the full amount raised during the day, bringing total donations raised on July 25 to $5,044 to save the lives of kittens at Multnomah County Animal Services.
Thank you to all who donated during the live broadcasts on August 1. Donors raised $701 during the live broadcasts, and $1,393 during the day. Sheila plans to donate her pledged $1,000!
Naming Love2Foster's Kittens
Thank you to our supporters who participated in the opportunity to name Sheila, Love2Foster's six foster kittens! Here are the kittens and the names chosen by six generous donors!