From Great Danes to Chihuahuas and every breed in between, last weekend’s Mega March for Animals was a memorable time for all. A group of RepairClinic.com employees and their furry friends were among thousands of pets-loving people and their dogs at a scenic metro-Detroit park. The Mega March for Animals is an annual fundraiser to benefit the Michigan Humane Society.
This year, the Mega March for Animals raised $370,000 for the state’s largest and oldest animal-welfare organization, which works to care for Michigan’s homeless animals. Last year, the non-profit organization cared for 100,000 animals.
In addition to participating in the walk, RepairClinic.com’s Outreach group made a considerable monetary donation, which included funds raised by employee bake sales held at the company’s headquarters.
The Michigan Humane Society is one of several causes RepairClinic.com’s Outreach group is supporting this year. Here are our favorite photos from the event:
Here is more about the Michigan Humane Society’s mission:
About RepairClinic.com Outreach
RepairClinic.com Outreach is a group of energetic RepairClinic employees who support national and local good-cause community organizations through volunteerism and fundraising on behalf of the company. This year, RepairClinic.com Outreach has supported the American Cancer Society® and Meals on Wheels as well as metro-Detroit organizations including the Michigan Humane Society®, Karmanos Cancer Institute, Canton Public Library and Hope Clinic, an organization that provides free medical and dental care, a food pantry, meals and other services to families in need. Last spring, the Outreach group helped put a new roof on the home of an elderly Canton community member as part of the Christmas in Action of Wayne County’s annual event. Inquiries about this program may be directed to Jody Lamb, Public Relations Manager, at Jlamb [at] RepairClinic.com.