Dawn Boatman, an inspiring American along with her family has announced that she will be seeking help from the people to back Critter Barn Rescue. It is an inspiring animal shelter that was founded by her late mother Gwen and aims to save as many dogs and cats as possible. To seek public support for the Critter Barn Rescue, Dawn has announced that she will use Indiegogo to crowdfund this campaign.
The goal of this project is to raise $20,000 within 14 days and everyone is welcome to back it on Indiegogo. Amazing rewards are also offered to those pledging and making sizeable donations. The project is one of the most inspiring campaigns ever because it is intended to save innocent animals from being killed. The shelter is a non-profit entity aimed at providing forever homes to the homeless animals.
“Our community is in need of another shelter as the ones already in existence are full.” Said Dawn while talking about the crowdfunding campaign. “We chose May 8th to honor our founder, my mother Gwen who passed on Mother’s Day last year before she could see her lifelong dream and passion of opening a safe place for animals.” she added. The shelter has already saved 2 adorable dogs and aims to save hundreds of more.
All funds raised through this crowdfunding will not only go towards saving the animals but will also help for their everyday food and medicine. Dawn is welcoming everyone, particularly those who love pets to come and make their generous contributions on Indiegogo using the following link: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/help-the-homeless-fur-babies-get-forever-homes-cats-dogs
About This Project:
Critter Barn Rescue is an inspiring animal shelter where innocent animals are kept, treated and fed properly. The aim of the shelter is to save the animals from dying. The shelter is now raising funds by seeking public support on Indiegogo for its second facility as the first one is already full.
Contact Person: Dawn Boatman
Company: Critter Barn Rescue
Address: 1607 Cairo Rd, Gallatin, TN - US
Email: [email protected]