Join Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project and the Mohawk Alley Animal Foundation for a virtual fundraiser with special guest Jane Goodall!
Tanzanians heavily rely on donkeys for working in farms, markets, and households. Unfortunately, diseases, injuries, wounds, and mistreatment of the donkeys are common. In collaboration with Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots organization, the Friends of Donkeys Project will work with 40 schools to create awareness and educate students on how to improve animal welfare, using hands-on activities. In addition to improving animal welfare, a goal and long-term impact of the project is to help students and citizens develop leadership skills, so that they may remain lifetime “change makers” and informed citizens who can work to make their world a better place.
As societies around the world continue to grapple with COVID 19, we realize that humans are not the only ones impacted by this devastating global pandemic. PSCTP has long recognized the importance of animal stewardship and protection while improving human health.
In our partnership with Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots program, we have provided veterinary care for cats, dogs and donkeys living in Tanzania. The pandemic’s impact on tourism in East Africa has markedly diminished economic resources for many animals, wild and domestic. In an effort to provide support for Roots and Shoots and the Friends of Donkeys Project, we are sponsoring this fundraising event.
The Donkey Spooktacular has a Halloween theme (costumes optional!) and will be a virtual hour-long event filled with facts, fun and magic, all to benefit underserved donkeys and their human companions in Arusha, Tanzania. Please join us for this special event and show your support.
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