Monday, November 4, 2019

URGENT FROM ORA – BE SANTA FOR A DAY TO HELP THE ANIMALS

ORA-Organization for the Rescue of Animals urgently needs a Santa for November 30th or December 1st from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Any age and physical appearance are O.K.: our costume will transform you into a perfect Santa.

Every year, in late November and in the month of December, ORA holds several Pet Photos with Santa events in pet stores across the GTA. This year also ORA has been invited to hold several Pet Photos with Santa sessions in Toronto and vicinities. 

For any of this events, we obviously need a Santa. This year, we are still missing a Santa for scheduled events on November 30th and December 1st. We still do not have a Santa for those two dates. This is a desperate appeal, please help! 

Please consider being Santa for a day to help us raise some much needed funds. The Christmas Season is traditionally the best time of the year to raise funds and for a small charitable organization like ORA, it is practically the only time. That means that we cannot give up any opportunity we have.

What is needed by a Santa?

Santa simply has to pose with cats and dogs (with or without their owners). Our amazing Corinne, a professional photographer that has taken pet photos with Santa for over 15 years, helps positioning the cat or dog, so that Santa's work is made easy.

If you are not allergic to cats and dogs and love animals, please offer to help. Please call me at 416 726 5762 for more information and to offer your help.

Please donate a few hours of your time as your personal Christmas present to the rescued cats and dogs in the care of ORA and collect some bonus karma credits!!!😇

Claudia Vecchio
ORA-Organization for the Rescue of Animals
Tel: 416 726 5762
www.ora-animalsrescue.org 

ORA is a grass-root organization, strictly no-kill and entirely run by volunteers. We have no paid staff and 100% of all donated money goes to pay for the care of cats and dogs rescued by ORA. ORA rescues abandoned, abused and neglected cats and dogs throughout the GTA. 


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