Tuesday, December 8, 2009

IVHS seeks donations for new adoption center

We received the following press release from the Inland Valley Humane Society. The organization is hoping to raise money for a brand new adoption center and is looking for donors for this project.

The Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. is building a brand new adoption center and hopes to raise $1.5 million to meet the needs of this project.

IVHS partnered with the Rancho Cucamonga-based agency, Ignite Design & Advertising to develop a capital campaign that will raise donations for the construction and renovation. The campaign is called "A Different Kind of Homeless", and it highlights the process through which IVHS saves animals' lives and puts them in loving homes. The campaign also communicates how donations for the project will allow the organization to continue helping these animals.

"IVHS has always played a valuable role in the community," said Ignite President Chris Wheeler. "We wanted the impact of that role to resonate within this campaign and move the community members to give back."

IVHS is a full-access animal shelter serving communities all across the Inland Empire. The facility takes in nearly 17,000 sick or injured animals annually, then helps save their lives and find them loving homes.

For more information about the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. and how to donate, please call (909) 623-9777 or visit the IVHS Web site at www.ivhsspca.org.
MEDIA: To schedule an interview with IVHS Operations Manager Jim Edward, please call (909)623-9777.

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