This month our Featured Charity, H.O.P.E Animal Shelter is being presented by Jennifer Pionk of A Crocheted Simplicity. This is a private, non-profit organization which is near and dear to her heart and although it may not be a local charity for all of us, we hope by sharing it with our friends and family H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter will receive the support it needs!
Social media is a powerful tool – let’s use it together to get these charitable organizations the support they need!
Please read on to learn more about the H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter and how we can help.
If you are unable to help personally, please share this with your friends online – you never know – you may reach someone who is able to make a difference locally! If you would like to contribute too, we encourage you to crochet the featured free pattern this month and donate it to an animal shelter local to you. ♥ Rhondda
March's Free Charity Crochet Pattern. H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter. Presented by A Crocheted Simplicity.Click To Tweet
Hi Everyone! I’m Jennifer from A Crocheted Simplicity and I’m excited to share a local charity that is near and dear to my heart.
H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter
(Help Orphaned Pets Everywhere)
This month’s featured organization, H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter, isn’t one that is a world wide charity, it’s a small local charity where I live, but I’m positive that there’s a small animal shelter nearer you where you can make a difference too! H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter was founded in 1992 to care for unwanted animals and to provide them with preventative medical treatment, food, and shelter until they find their furever home.
Located in Ironwood, Michigan, H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter accepts lost, stray and abandoned cats and dogs in Gogebic Co. MI & Iron Co. WI.
How We Can Help
Crocheted goods that are graciously accepted are cat and dog sweaters and small blankets for crates. Contact your local animal shelters for specific sizes needed. If you’re looking for a dog sweater that is great for donating, try my Cabled Dog Sweater!
Contact your local area animal shelter for their specific needs, but most commonly needed items are: cat litter, paper towels, Kong toys, laundry soap, bleach, dish soap, copy paper, cat toys, cat treats, dog treats, nylon leashes, trash bags.
If you are local to this organization, H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter specifically needs the following items at this time: Cat Litter, he Laundry Soap, Bleach, Kong Toys, Cat Toys, Cat Treats, Large Dog Biscuits, Nylon Leashes and Copy Paper.
Most local area animal shelters are run with the help of a dedicated staff of volunteers. Contact your local shelter to find out how you can apply to share your time!
If you are local to this organization, H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter is currently looking for volunteers in the Ironwood, Michigan area.