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Providence Animal Rescue League launches Progress for Paws fundraiser

Posted 9/2/21

This fall, Providence Animal Rescue League (PARL) is launching a month-long peer-to-peer fundraiser to encourage supporters to make progress on their goals for a paw-sitive cause: Progress for Paws! Funds raised go directly toward fulfilling PARL's

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Providence Animal Rescue League launches Progress for Paws fundraiser

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This fall, Providence Animal Rescue League (PARL) is launching a month-long peer-to-peer fundraiser to encourage supporters to make progress on their goals for a paw-sitive cause: Progress for Paws! Funds raised go directly toward fulfilling PARL’s critical mission of helping pets and those who love them in the Greater Providence area.

Whether logging miles for mutts, knitting for kittens or reading for the rabbits, participants can show their support for PARL by setting a goal and asking friends and family to donate in support of their goal-achieving efforts. Progress for Paws will take place virtually throughout the month of September. Sample goals include walking 100 miles in September, trying 30 new recipes, waking up at 5 a.m. every day that month, etc. Supporters can even create teams to fundraise and reach their goals together. Motivation comes in all forms and in this case, donations encourage participants and helps dogs, cats, and small animals in need to thrive.

This month of goal-achieving will culminate in an in-person celebration on Sept. 30 from 6 to 8 p.m. at The Guild. Progress for Paws participants and their guests can join together to celebrate their victories. Leashed, friendly dogs will be welcome.

Progress for Paws is generously sponsored by Bileau Built, Chaffee Industrial Roofing and Granny Squibb’s Organic Iced Tea.

To learn more about Progress for Paws, sign up, or sponsor a participant, visit www.parl.org/progress.

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