Animal Advocates Seeks Items for Benefit Sale
Animal Advocates of Moore County will be holding a sale in early March to raise funds for its ongoing animal programs and services.
Since its founding in 2000, this local nonprofit organization has helped thousands of animals and is firmly committed to its slogan, "We Speak For Those Who Have No Voice." AAMC rescues both cats and dogs (and the occasional goat!), bringing them back to good health, providing low cost spay/neuter programs, and finally adopting them to good homes.
They have a TNR program for feral cats and operate one of two feral cat stations on the East Coast. They provide financial assistance for surgery needs and emergency care and have an ongoing lost-and-found Internet program. AAMC is currently assisting Friend to Friend by fostering pets of families needing to go into shelters.
All of this and more is accomplished solely through donations.
"AAMC is asking everyone to open their hearts and their closets with donations of costume and estate jewelry, gently used designer handbags, antiques and artwork, and small collectibles for the March sale," says a spokesman.
Open to the public, this sale will generate working funds for its animal programs.
Donations may be dropped at the AAMC office at 229 Ridgeline Road in Aberdeen Monday through Friday between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
"You may also call for pickup of items to A. Waller at 295-5943," says the spokesman.
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