We sold about $1100 in fudge (our profit is 50% so that's $550 for the rescue) and received another $225+ in donations. We also received two other large donations this week ($500 from of First Insurance Services and $200 from my dear friend Theresa (whom I miss terribly since she moved).
This means we have raised enough money to purchase our own microchip scanner and microchips, FeLV/FIV combo test kits (another rescue group has graciously been letting us use theirs kits and microchips at cost), and a sign and banner to be used for our adoption events. This is very exciting for us.
Our next fundraiser is our yard sale on March 21st in the North Ridge Subdivision (address to be made public closer to the sale). We'll be able to raise more money for the cats' medical fund. I really hope our yard sale is at least as successful as our last sale because I would like to have the money to be able to sponsor a few spay/neuter surgeries for those that cannot afford it. That is very important to me. Everyone must get involved to stop the overpopulation crisis.
We thank our donors from the bottom of our hearts - we are so deeply grateful for your donations.