2015 Third Quarter Charity
FURRY FRIENDS ADOPTION & CLINIC
$7,850 donation - to be supplemented by grant
The Humane Society of Greater Jupiter Tequesta DBA Furry Friends Adoption & Clinic is proud to have rescued hundreds of thousands of abused and neglected animals since our inception in 1985. A no-kill shelter, Furry Friends euthanizes only for humane and medical reasons. We are steadfast in our mission to rescue, rehabilitate and find permanent loving homes for the animals in our care. In addition to our adoption facility in Jupiter, we operate a 27 acre ranch in nearby Palm City where cats, dogs & horses find sanctuary and a place to live out their lives in a beautiful, rural setting.
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The Tequesta / Jupiter (formerly Martin County) chapter of 100 Women Who Care officially launched with its first meeting on June 25, 2014.
The recipient of the chapter's first donation was Family Promise, an organization that provides shelter and job support to homeless families.
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2016 FIrst Quarter Charity
$8,700 from members / $1,200 from
the Schulze Family Foundation
...where kids in grief come together to make new friends and support each other in the long journey of life after loss.
Through Pandora’s Kids, grieving kids discover that they are not alone and find comfort in new friendships with kids who know firsthand what living with loss is like.
2015 Fourth Quarter Charity
HOPE FROM HARRISON
Hope From Harrison is committed to raising awareness, resources and Hope for children with critical medical needs.
Hope From Harrison believes it can honor the life and memory of Harrison Everett Hudson the best and make the most significant impact in our community by addressing “gaps” in service and providing relief, knowledge, and other specialty services tailored to individual patients and family needs.