Homeless pets benefit from large donation

From left, Jane Oatman, president of the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary (FAS) board of directors, holds a check that was presented by Chris Hawranik of the Bonsall Woman's Club, to Janet LuCore, director, FAS.

From left, Jane Oatman, president of the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary (FAS) board of directors, holds a check that was presented by Chris Hawranik of the Bonsall Woman’s Club, to Janet LuCore, director, FAS.

 

The Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary (FAS) received an unexpected and very generous of $5,000 from the Donegan Burns Foundation on December 29, 2012.  The gift was given through the Bonsall Woman’s Club.  The monies will go toward the care and feeding of the homeless and abandoned pets in the sanctuary’s care.

The FAS Board of Directors and Volunteers said, ” Without the generosity of the Donegan Burns Foundation, the Bonsall Woman’s Club and others like them  we would be unable to operate the only no kill shelter in North San Diego County; they have made it possible, through their donations. to keep our doors open.

Courtesy of The Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News January 10th, 2013

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