SNIP Collier Announces
CLINIC MATCHING GIFT CHALLENGE!!!!!
Hello SNIP Collier Community,
We want to thank you again for the support that you have given SNIP Collier. Because of your generosity, we have been able to continue to help local animals in need.
You gave your support, because you were inspired by the work that we do and the difference that we are making, and you are not alone! We are reaching out to you because we have received a $100,000 “matching pledge” to start a SNIP Collier clinic, but we need your help!
These generous donors are willing to match all donations received
between November 15th, 2019 and December 31st, 2019 UPDATE!: Extended to: May 31st, 2020!!!, dollar for dollar, up to $100,000!!!
So, we challenge you, dear friend, to help get us that much closer to opening our clinic. Your donations will be doubled, so any donation will make a huge impact!
You can donate via Paypal through our website, www.snipcollier.org or by sending your check to:
2316 Pine Ridge Road
Naples, FL 34109
Thank you again for all you do to support SNIP Collier and our mission.
Tom Kepp, Founder
Thank you for reporting what we do, Krista Fogelsong and ABC7!
'SNIP'ping the Challenges of Over-pup-ulation
BY GINA STANCEL
Saving lives: local spay/neuter nonprofit helps with more than surgeries
BY KRISTINE GILL
Florida Weekly Correspondent
The little black dog was limp.
Two children had come running in with the animal as Tom Kepp, founder and CEO of SNIP Collier, went about gathering pets to be spayed and neutered in Immokalee....
SNIP Collier, Inc IS A 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION
Founded in 2013
Mission: To provide Spay & Neuter services to the most needy communities in Collier County Florida.
Goal: To end the euthanizing of otherwise adoptable dogs due to the pet overpopulation crisis.
Too many dogs are euthanized every year in Collier County due to pet overpopulation. The most effective and humane way of addressing the pet overpopulation crisis is through community spay/neuter programs combined with public awareness.
We continue to share statistics with Collier County Domestic Animal Services which have shown a direct line between the increase in dogs that we have sterilized and a decrease in the number of dogs that have been euthanized since 2013. Providing spay and neuter services to those who would otherwise be unable or unwilling to sterilize their companion animals has an immense impact on the number of unwanted or abandoned dogs.
Tom caring for a pup
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