With an extremely generous donation of $1,000.00, PJ's Elite Thrift Store in Currituck has kicked off the Pledge and Donation Drive for a new Currituck County Animal Adoption Center!
P. J. Hobert, store owner, has always been an animal lover and makes frequent donations to the Animal Shelter to help provide for the needs of the animals.
The Animal Lovers Assistance League, Inc., a non-profit organization which operates the Currituck Animal Shelter, just began a Donation and Pledge Drive to establish a Building Fund that will help provide needed items when the new Animal Adoption Center is built.
All donations to ALAL are tax deductible. Donors at the $150. level will receive a custom-designed bumper sticker that reads: "Currituck Animal Adoption Center Donor", and a 4" custom hand-painted cartoon style ceramic tile of their pet, painted by award winning artist Jackie Zagon. The donor will have the privileges' of hanging the tile in the new Adoption Center as a tribute to his beloved pet.
At the $300. donation or pledge level in addition to the custom bumper sticker, the donor may receive either two Jackie Zagon custom-painted ceramic tiles of their pets or one larger tile, which may be displayed inside the new Animal Adoption Center.
Later, donation guidelines that provide for specific memorials may be set for donors who wish to name a room or sponsor a special item in the new facility. The Animal Lovers Assistance League hopes that these opportunities will be inspirational in providing for ways to benefit the many animals that the new facility will assist in the long term while providing a meaningful tribute to a beloved family pet.
Donations or Pledges may be sent to:
Animal Lovers Assistance League
PO Box 266
Currituck, NC 27929
Pictured left to right: Animal Lovers Assistance League president Ginger Sikes accepting from P. J. Hobert, the owner of PJ's Elite Thrift Store, the very generous donation check for $1,000.00 for the new Currituck Animal Adoption Center Building Fund; PJ Hobert, donor; and Animal Lovers Assistance League member Patsy Smith making a donation of some lovely new dresses to PJ's Elite Thrift Store. Looking on are Curly, the elected representative from the Animal Shelter, and Patsy's dog Pop Tart, who recently helped Patsy by sharing his home with a dog who was being fostered from the Currituck Animal Shelter.
Photo provided by PJ’s Elite Thrift Store.
You can read more about the Currituck County New 21st Century Animal Shelter Plans in the front page News article published in the Daily Advance.