When 2018 launched, I vowed to donate 100% of all royalties earned to different nonprofits each month. I was successful in doing so and owe everyone a big thank you for your support. For 2019, I will be pulling back from promoting the book to focus on my health but will continue to always donate 100% earned to nonprofits.
This hasn’t been easy. Despite wanting to “give away money,” not everyone has always been on-board. The nonprofits that committed to promoting “their month” did fantastically well and made me beam with pride. I have met so many wonderful people with kind hearts on this journey.
Sometimes, if the book didn’t earn as much for specific nonprofits I had hoped, it left me discouraged, as my plan was to always “do something big” with this book. I have realized over the last year and a half since my book was published that what I have managed to do was save hundreds of dogs lives and provide medical care to many animals. My dreams may have been bigger than the turn out this year but I truly am just a small fish in a big pond and I am proud of what this book has done.
I am so grateful to you, my friends and family and total strangers, who have purchased books, come to events and bid in auctions just for a chance to help some animals. Your hearts are big and I SEE YOU! Thank you, thank you, thank you.
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September is Pulmonary Fibrosis Awareness month so I’m doing things a little differently this month and donating 100% of my book royalties to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
I was diagnosed with PF a little over a year ago and I cannot think of a better way to support the foundation than donating royalties during the PF Awareness month.
Hey there! It’s a new month and time to announce the next nonprofit organization I will be helping! For the month of August 2018, one hundred percent of royalties earned will be donated to East Coast Canine Rescue!
As this year is flying by, it feels great to look back and think about how many organizations this book has helped. As always, I thank you for your support!
FRIENDS!!!!! Let me tell you how excited I am for the month of July. SO excited! Why? Because I am donating 100% of royalties for July 2018 to Pilots N Paws!
Pilots N Paws® is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Their website is intended to be a meeting place for volunteers engaged in the valuable services of rescuing, sheltering and adopting animals, and volunteer pilots and plane owners willing to assist with animal transportation. The intent of Pilots N Paws is to provide an environment in which volunteers can come together and arrange or schedule rescue flights, overnight foster care or shelter, and all other related activities.
Through the Pilots N Paws discussion board, volunteers can exchange information regarding animal transports, coordinate and schedule transports, share rescue stories and recruit volunteers.
How amazing are they?!? Check out Pilots N Paws in the following places!
I am very excited to announce the next nonprofit that will receive 100% of online sales royalties from my book for June 2018 will be MidAtlantic Bulldog Rescue!!!!!!! I am taking things back to where my journey began in honor of Oliver’s grandpa–my Dad–who passed away on May 30, 2018.
MidAtlantic Bulldog Rescue is a NJ Non-Profit Corporation. They are a core group of 15 experienced volunteers with one mission – to help bulldogs in need. They provide the care, time and love the dogs need until they find their appropriate forever home.
You can learn more about them by visiting the following links:
I am happy to announce that I will be donating 100% of May’s royalties to Road Dogs & Rescue! Based in Los Angeles, CA, Road Dogs & Rescue was founded by bulldog-loving Brit, Nikki Carvey. She started volunteering for an organization called Ace of Hearts over 10 years ago.
I am SO happy to announce that for the month of April 2018, I am donating 100% of all royalties to Bumper Bulldog Rescue!!!! Bumper Bulldog Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation based out of NY and founded by Melissa and Jesse Sanchez.
Funds donated or raised are crucial to any rescue. BUMPER depends on generous donations of any denomination to help care for and provide the necessary essentials that these bulldogs need such as vet care, treatment programs, and supplies.
FRIENDS!!!! It is March 1st and that means announcing the next nonprofit that will receive all online royalties for this entire month. I am happy to announce the nonprofit is: Pound Dog Found Dog, located here in New Jersey!
Pound Dog Found Dog Rescue is a 501c3 organization targeting small young/adult/senior and special needs dogs who may be overlooked yet deserving of rescue. As a foster based organization PDFD has no physical facility and exist solely by the generosity of volunteers and foster families.
So, if you haven’t purchased a copy of the book yet, please do so this month knowing your purchase will directly benefit this New Jersey nonprofit! Check them out by clicking on the links below.
I am very excited to announce the next nonprofit that will receive 100% of online sales royalties from my book for February 2018 will be Bulldog Club of Utah Rescue!!!!!!!
The Bulldog Club of Utah’s Rescue Committee rescues lost, abandoned, and unwanted English Bulldogs and places all adoptable Bulldogs in new homes. They are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and Best Friends No Kill Utah (NKUT) Coalition member.
You can learn more about them by visiting the following links:
This is it! It is time to announce the first nonprofit rescue I am teaming up with for January 2018! I am so happy to announce that 100% of royalties from online sales from January 1, 2018 – January 31, 2018 will be donated to NorCal Bulldog Rescue!!!!
NorCal Bulldog Rescue was formed in 2007 after the merging of Mother Lode Bulldog Rescue & Bulldog Club of Northern California Bulldog Rescue. They have helped displaced bulldogs from Fresno all the way to the Oregon border!
You can learn more about them by visiting them here: