On Thursday, March 15th we held a fundraising event at No Limits to help Dogs Deserve Better Eastern Shore get closer to the goal of funding central air conditioning for the Eastern Shore Regional Animal Control Facility (ESRACF). With help from our wonderful community, we were able to raise a total of $1366 through the event! WOW! We would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who came out or donated online in support of this wonderful cause. We truly could not have done this without you!
The “Go Fund Me” Page dedicated to this cause will remain open until the goal has been met and can be found at this link: https://www.gofundme.com/esracfac
Please enjoy pictures from the day of the Hot Dogs for Hot Dogs event featured below:
Here you can see the amazing assortment of baked good that were made and donated by the wonderful members of the Market Street United Methodist Church’s Women’s Circles. Thank you ALL again so much for your time and hard work! We also had cookies & cakes made by No Limits & by Adrian’s wife Kathy – you all are fantastic!!
House plants and air plant terrariums sold at the event that were grown and made by members of No Limits Eastern Shore.
Our hens’ old home was sold to become a new home for some very lucky guinea pigs! We hope they will enjoy their new “guinea pig palace” and think its pretty cool that this coop will be re-purposed to help a different species!
CL setting up the No Limits Hot Dog Cart before the event!
Relaxing after setting up for the day and before the crowds arrived.
Dogs Deserve Better Eastern Shore (DDBESVA) is a local nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide a better life for abused, neglected and abandoned canines; especially those which are chained or penned without human companionship. It is Dogs Deserve Better who is leading the effort to bring it to the communities’ attention that the animals at the ESRACF are in need of A/C. Without their dedication to dogs, and hard work to research and plan what was needed to purchase and install the A/C unit, we would not have been able to help.
We were so pleased that the wonderful employees from the Eastern Shore Regional Animal Control Facility were able to stop by for the event. You all do amazing work and we want to say “thank you” for everything that you do to help the animals of the Eastern Shore.