Help Feed Dayton Kitties
Almost a year ago, Chris Banks saw a need to start a non-profit that helps feed the kitties in the Dayton, Ohio area. These aren’t kitties in homes, they are the “homeless feline community” that live on the streets in colonies. Each colony has anywhere from 4 to 23 cats in them.
Caregivers in Dayton feed these cats. Why? “Most people have the heart to do such an amazing thing”, Chris Banks, Founder of the Dayton Community Cat Project explains. “How could you see animals in need and not do something to help them?”, she says. Chris and her team of volunteers help provide food for the caregivers to continue feeding these colonies.
When asked where the funds come from for this huge endeavor, the answer is, “Only donations”. They rely on the sole support of the community to help them feed these cats. Volunteers take food to those who feed the cats in their own vehicles.
Can you help support the Dayton Community Cat Project? The end of the year is near and since the company is a 501c3, your donations are a tax write-off! Visit the website at https://daytonccp.org to make a donation or set up monthly contributions, or visit their social media pages to help spread the word!
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