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Half Marathon for Animal Aid
Creator: Claire Crewe
Close at Sunday, 30 December 2012

Half Marathon for Animal Aid

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I'm taking part in the 2012 Melbourne Marathon Festival and hoping to raise much needed funds for Animal Aid to support their amazing work.

This October, I’m going to be sweating it out and doing my best to complete my first half marathon through the streets of Melbourne and ending back at the world famous 'G!

I am honoured to be a part of this amazing race and helping a great cause, and I’d really appreciate your support in this endeavour. 

ALL donations you give go directly to Animal Aid, so if you are able to please click DONATE NOW to help me raise money for this great organisation.

Thank you for your support and helping to make a difference

Animal Aid (Victorian Animal Aid Trust)

Animal Aid (Victorian Animal Aid Trust)

Animal Aid is an animal welfare organisation dedicated to the care of all stray and surrendered animals.  Each year Animal Aid cares for and rehomes thousands of companion animals in Victoria, including cats and dogs, pocket pets and small livestock.  Animal Aid receives no government funding and relies on the generous donations and assistance provided by the local community.

Animal Aid operates as an 'Open Door' shelter and never refuses an animal in need.  We believe that all animals deserve the safety and comfort of a loving home and we aim to provide that opportunity to every animal that comes through our doors; whether that be through reuniting a lost pet with their owners, or finding a new forever home for an abandoned animal.  We greatly value the role that pets play in society and in our lives; the unconditional love, solace and companionship they provide is priceless.

For more information visit www.animalaid.org.au

FUNDOMETER

Target

$700

Raised So Far

$519
Biggest Supporters:
  1. karen crewe: $112.00
  2. richard crewe: $77.00
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