CC4C is participating in #GivingTuesday tomorrow on our Facebook page!
In honor of Giving Tuesday, Facebook and The Gates Foundation will match up to $50,000 per nonprofit on Facebook and $1,000 per fundraiser or donate button on Facebook! So now is a great time to donate to CC4C! Your donation will be matched!
Giving Tuesday Fundraising Campaign
Our fundraising campaign will launch at precisely 8:55 PM tonight (Monday, Nov. 27, 2017) PST. You will be able to see our campaign on CC4C’s Facebook page. It will run all day Tuesday, Nov. 28th until 11:59PM Hawaii UTC (or Wednesday 1:59 AM California time). You can DONATE to CC4C on our FACEBOOK page. Just see our campaign called Community Concern For Cats Hospital Campaign. Our goal is to raise $78,000 for our hospital, so we can add one more life-saving day for cats per week to our hospital schedule for 2018.
You can also SHARE our campaign on your personal Facebook page! All you need to do is — Go to CC4C’s Facebook page, see our campaign, and click on DONATE to donate money; then click on SHARE to “share” our campaign with your Facebook friends and family on your newsfeed; and you can also CREATE your own fundraiser that links to Community Concern for Cats (pick us in the dropdown list) on your personal Facebook page, in support of our campaign. That’s $1000 on Giving Tuesday for us!
About CC4C’s Hospital Campaign on Facebook
Community Concern For Cats (CC4C) is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 nonprofit cat rescue organization in Contra Costa County, CA. We have cared for the innocent homeless and abandoned cats and kittens of the county for over 31 years now. In May, we proudly purchased a cat veterinary hospital to provide high quality, low cost spay and neuter, viral testing, vaccines, diagnostics, needed surgeries, emergency care, and general health care for the cats we rescue and to provide a low-cost medical care option for the homeless cats in our community.
Our hospital is currently only able to be open 3 days per week, with volunteer support. Already at our hospital, we have operated on and repaired broken legs, performed surgery on severely injured tails, removed ears full of skin cancer, removed acute kidney stones, removed eyes that were damaged beyond repair, and treated badly infected abscesses — on cats that were suffering and who desperately needing life-saving and immediate care.
Our goal today is to raise $78,000 to support adding one more day per week that our hospital can be open to help cats in need. We need your help more than ever to provide more life-saving and critical health care for cats. Help us get to our goal of opening our cat hospital one more day per week, to provide cats with needed care.
Please help us help the cats of Contra Costa County! Donate on Giving Tuesday, November 28th!