At Collective Alternative, we love our pups just as much as we love marketing and helping local businesses grow. So much so, that we dedicated an afternoon on Friday, November 3rd to give abused and homeless animals a second chance at life.
We tied up our shoe laces and walked 3.1 miles to raise awareness and support for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). Family members, clients and some furry friends also joined in to support our efforts, providing an afternoon of good exercise, laughter and plenty of tail wags.
“Our dogs are much more than pets, they are a part of our family,” Amanda Parker, President of Collective Alternative, said. “Helping the ASPCA means we are helping other animals feel as loved and cared for as our own.”
Together, we hit our campaign goal and raised $2,000 to help feed abandoned animals, provide vaccines and more.