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(NewsUSA) - When it comes to natural marketing expertise, there may be no other like Peter Tabibian.
Show off your PACC and Wildcat spirit and save a life! Pima Animal Care Center and The University of Arizona Athletics Department are teaming up to find homes for our communities' homeless pets. On Saturday, September 6th, from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., join Wilbur, Wilma, and UA Athletics Director Greg Byrne for photos free adoptions and some Wildcat pride at PACC, 4000 N. Silverbell Rd.
Following three easy steps can help bring a $25,000 award that will help homeless and injured animals at Pima Animal Care Center (PACC). PACC and 49 of the other top animal shelters in the nation have been battling for a share of $100,000 in prizes being offered by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) as part of the Rachael Ray 100K Challenge and now PACC needs your help to win $25,000!
(BPT) - Americans like to think of themselves as a pet-loving society; today, nearly 70 million dogs and 74 million cats live in U.S. households, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association. Yet as recently as 30 years ago, animal shelters across the country routinely killed an estimated 17 million companion animals a year as a means of population control.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a nearly $1.5 million partnership that will allow Pima Animal Care Center, Best Friends Animal Society, and PetSmart Charities to bring a lifesaving Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) project to Pima County.
Spay or neuter your pit bull mix for just $20 during August at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona.
A steering committee made up of members of Pio Decimo Center, Impact of Southern Arizona, and Amphitheater Public Schools is bringing the Bridges out of Poverty initiative to Southern Arizona as an effective catalyst for reducing poverty. Based on the research of Ruby K. Payne, Ph.D., and Philip E. DeVol, it has been utilized in over 70 communities around the country who have seen evidence of its effectiveness in decreased unemployment and homelessness, increased income, pursuit of post-secondary education, and increased sense of empowerment.
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Summer dinner series includes a wine-paired gourmet meal, with help from apprentice chefs and sommeliers to raise funds supporting services for Tucson's homeless and working poor at Feast restaurant.
A local law firm plans to provide 800 meals to Roskruge Bilingual Magnet Middle School students through its sponsorship of No Hungry Kids Tucson, a pilot project that seeks to provide food during the summer break to children who rely on school-supplied meals.
June is Adopt A Shelter Cat Month – no better time to find the perfect feline for your family. The Humane Society of Southern Arizona has cats and kittens galore need to find that special someone! In celebration of this special month, all adult cats have a $15 adoption fee; kittens are 2-for-1! Happy Adopt A Shelter Cat Month!
Around-the-clock every single day of the year, the industrial washer and dryer at Pima Animal Care Center churns away, whittling down the mountain of bedding and towels that must be cleaned in a facility that houses an average of 600 animals a day.
Every year during the entire month of June, Eegee's provides customers the opportunity to support a local nonprofit organization. For a $7 donation to the nonprofit, you get a coupon card valued at up to $48 worth of discounts redeemable at any area Eegee's restaurant.
Be a Hero this Memorial Day weekend and adopt your very own sidekick!
Alan Schmidt has two new jobs that are very different, yet oddly similar. Before the start of the 2013/2014 school year, he became the principal of Sentinel Peak High School. In April, he became the new company commander for his battalion in the Army National Guard. While public education and the Army National Guard are different, in many ways Schmidt has similar roles. It is his job to support and lead those he has been put in charge of.
At 61 years old, the last thing Tucson resident Lynda Phillip thought she’d be doing is starting over. After all, she had already accomplished so much – from raising two children as a single mother, to playing professional basketball on the first-ever women’s team, to finishing her career in the city court system.
WHAT: Pick-Your-Pet Day at Chapman Used Cars on Speedway
Disabled Army veteran Steven Madrigal pleaded with a utilities company to not turn off his water.