Paw It 4ward Foundation was established in April 2013 to assist local animal rescues with funds to offset the exorbitant medical bills they incur throughout the year.
Haddonfield Child Care and Paw It 4ward Foundation are working together to raise awareness of animal welfare and rescue animals! Art work from the amazing kids we have met, will be on display at the Bistro at Haddonfield to raise funds for our foundation. Please share this flyer and join us on March 21st, the entire town of Haddonfield is celebrating animals with their very own Petapolooza!
All you need to do is dine and Iron Hill will donate 20% of your bill to our foundation! The event is all day from lunch, take-out to dinner! Please print the voucher from the following link and present it to your server on the 26th. Click HERE for the printable voucher
Mark your calendars for our 3rd Annual Music Festival
As we count down the days until 2015 arrives, we wanted to thank you for your support! What have we accomplished in 2014? We have rescued 23 dogs. The even better news, 18 of them are already with their forever families! We have also helped over 16 animals with medical needs through our Foundation and donated over $9000. To do this, we hosted multiple events such as our "Must Love Dogs" Bachelor Auction, 2nd Annual Rock 4 Paws at Indian Acres, Tailgate Party at PJ Whelihan's, Dine & Donates at local restaurants, Mutt Mingles at the Ruff House, Photos with Santa, and a whole lot more! If you want to help and are interested in making a donation now for the 2014 tax year, just use the links below. We thank you in advance for your generosity in helping us save an animal's life! Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!!!
Some of our supporters entered PI4W in the 6-ABC Shelter Me contest recently, and we won! Click on the image to see the complete interview.
Check out the article The Burlington County Times published about the good things Paw It 4Ward is doing.
Paw It 4ward Foundation was live on NBC 10 on June 4th! Watch Azita being interviewed by Keith Jones. It was good exposure for Celina from “Bella Reed Pit Bull Rescue”, Ruby from “West Jersey Volunteers for Animals”, and little Stewie from “All They Need Is Love”.
These amazing dogs all have health issues that are treatable and this was a great opportunity to raise awareness of PI4W foundation and the assistance we can provide to local rescues who need help with their medical bills.
We try to raise as much money as possible through special events and group fundraising activities. However, we still rely on an individual's kind-hearted spirit for helping animals in need. We greatly appreciate any amount of donation one could make.