SERVING THE GREAT LAKES BAY REGION IN MICHIGAN
As a former GLBAS adopter, we invite you to help our current foster animals find their own happy endings by being part of our Furriest 5K Race/Walk. This race is our primary fundraiser and we rely on its profits to pay our costs for the upcoming year. Since 2012, GLBAS has cared for over 1100+ animals, that have received more than $160,000 in veterinary costs. Many of our animals arrive in dire medical distress from a local shelter, and by accepting them, GLBAS is preventing them from being euthanized. (For more information, this VIDEO illustrates and shares the stories of some of the animals that arrived in dire medical distress, were simultaneously treated and brought into a GLBAS foster home and their ultimate journey to adoption.)
Here are three ways you can help today:
Most importantly, thank you for taking a chance on one of our animals. Our foster families shed tears when their rescues leave, but they are happy knowing they have found a wonderful home in which these animals can thrive.
BECOME A GLBAS "HAPPY TAILS" FRIEND TODAY!!!
Please join us for Great Lakes Bay Animal Society’s Fast & Furriest 5K Run/Walk on April 27, 2024.
Purchase a Race Course Sign for $25 with a message to cheer on the runners, celebration of a birthday, commemorate a pet or promote your business.
(Photo is for illustration purposes only.)
Contribute a specified monetary donation of your choice. We will gladly accept and appreciate ANY monetary donations for this event!
Read first-hand accounts about several of our adoption success stories. We call them "Happy Tails" for a good reason! Share your success stories with us too.
We appreciate your early commitment with a donation.
You may MAKE A DONATION or Purchase a Race Course Sign by using the online form or you may download a form and mail a check.
DOWNLOAD the form below and mail your payment by check.
Your gift will help defray the cost of this event so that all race entry fees will go directly towards our mission of rescuing animals, their veterinary care, the cost of fostering and adoption into our communities.