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Our Impact

News 11.18.2017
By Jill Caren
CharityPaws Impact
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Our goal from our inception was to make a difference – whether we can change 1 persons mind about an animal welfare issue or donate funds and or products to a group, we just want to help.

Below are the places we have donated money and/or product to since our inception. We like to think we have made an impact in other ways – but those are harder to track of course!

New For 2020 – Monthly Donation Fund

Please note due to COVID the monthly fund is temporarily on hold. As a small business owner we have been impacted and do not have the funds to do a donation as a part of the donation comes from our business in addition to the shirt sales. We will bring it back as soon as we are financially able! We apologize.

Every month we will give a donation based on the revenue from the previous month that we receive.

Where the donation funds come from.

1. $5.00 from every shirt we sell in our animal rescue apparel shop
2. Advertising or affiliate revenue earned on CharityPaws
3. Portion of revenue from our SEO services at 2 Dogs Media

How the donation will be made.

1. On the 1st of each month we will tally up the 3 items above to get the donation amount we can offer.
2. On the 12th of the month we will post on our Facebook page what the donation amount is.
3. On that post you can leave a comment with the rescue you believe deserves the donation. Comments will be accepted until midnight on the 15th.
4. On the 16th of the month we will pick a random winner from the comments, and upon verifying the 501(c)(3) status of the rescue, a donation will be made!

Please note a rescue can only get a donation once in calendar year! Payment will be made via Paypal or credit card – whichever is preferred.

Monthly donation fund for animal rescues

MONETARY & PRODUCT DONATIONS

2020 DONATIONS

Adopt A Stray Rescue – $100 donation
Jersey Animal Welfare Society – 40 shirts ($800 retail value / $340 cost)


2019 DONATIONS

Bully Rescue Warriors – $100 donation
Father John’s Rescue – $100 donation

We sadly had little time to devote to CharityPaws in 2019 due to our full-time web design/seo business being overwhelmed so donations and revenue were flat.


2018 DONATIONS

MONETARY DONATIONS
Karma Cat + Zen Dog Rescue – $1063.84 from calendar sales. Read more about our cat rescue fundraising calendar here.
Burge Bird Services – $200 Amazon Gift Card
North Star Pet Rescue – 20 shirts ($400 retail value)
Bully Rescue Warriors – 22 shirts ($440 retail value)
Jersey Animal Welfare Society – 50 Shirts ($1,000 retail value)


2017 DONATIONS

MONETARY DONATIONS
Outcast Rescue – $500 Amazon Gift Card
Rescue Dogs Rock – $100
Wings of Rescue – $250
Hope for Animals – $200
Barn Sanctuary – 50 shirts ($1,000 retail value)
Jersey Animal Welfare Society – shirts ($600 retail value)


2016 DONATIONS

America’s Vet Dogs – $200
Jersey Animal Welfare Society – $418.50
Providing for Paws – $200
Barrk Animal Rescue – $50
Dog Training – Eleventh Hour Dog (Caesar) – $100


2015 DONATIONS

HeartsSpeak – $50
100 Plus Animal Rescue – $100
Eleventh Hour Rescue – $100
One Dog More – $300
Eleventh Hour Rescue – $100
Collide NYC – $200


2014 DONATIONS

Ziggy’s Haven Bird Rescue – $1,040
Volunteer Auxilary Animal Shelter – $80
Nashville Cat Rescue – $460.00
HeartsSpeak – $1,040
Pibbles & More Animal Rescue – $320.00
4 Paws 4 Ability – $80.00
Standing Proud Pitbull Rescue – $12.00
New Leash On Life – $47.68
Feeding Pets of the Homeless – $142.15
Friends of Clay County Animals – $200


2013 DONATIONS

Eleventh Hour Rescue – $50.00
Helping Paws – $20.00
Whisker Rescue – $50.00
Howling Woods Farm – $100.00
Eleventh Hour Rescue – donated photographic print for fundraising event ($75 value)

Jill Caren

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Jill Caren

Jill is the owner and creator of CharityPaws and has been involved in animal rescue for over 12 years as a volunteer and board member for Jersey Animal Welfare Society. You can read all of her articles here.

Reader Interactions

2 Responses...

  1. uan sam says

    I don’t know if you realize that Wang Yan is a con artist and he was exposed last year. He rescued dogs from slaughterhouse and posted on FB after received donations from animal lovers all over the world then sold them back to slaughterhouse. Please verify your story before posting online. It could damage your reputation and most importantly it will damage the fight against dog and cat meat trade campaign.

    • Jill says

      Hi – we appreciate your comment and of course do not want to give kudos to anyone that may be a fraud. We did a lot of research into Mr. Yan and could not find anything other than kind words and positive stories. If you do in fact have proof that he is a con artist or can direct us to a story that talks about him being exposed as a fraud I would appreciate your sharing it so we can validate this claim and we can retract our story. We could not find anything to back up your comment through our searching, so your help is appreciated. Thank you.

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