Giving Tuesday: Give with Us
Please join us in keeping the Clearfield County SPCA open for our furry friends for Giving Tuesday by clicking on the PayPal link to safely donate.
People worldwide have taken giving to heights never seen before, globally and locally. Although we've endured social and economic impacts over the past couple of years, kindness has ruled. All of these acts make this year's Giving Tuesday extra special.
“Remember there’s no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end.” Scott Adams
The Tuesday after Thanksgiving weekend has been touted as #GivingTuesday (Giving Tuesday), where companies and individuals alike inspire each other to give their time, money, or voices to those who need awareness and help in their lives.
"No one has ever become poor by giving." Anne Frank
Our furry loved ones have stepped up their roles for many of us, notably during the pandemic. We want to recognize them. The RxESCUESKIN team feels it’s our social responsibility to use the transformative power of our skincare for good, not only by making our serum cruelty-free but also by putting our money and human resources where our mouth is.
"The love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man." Charles Darwin
By choosing to incorporate RxESCUESKIN in your skincare routine, you’re taking bold steps towards enhancing your natural glow for good and enabling us to impact the well-being of thousands of animals in communities just like yours. This Giving Tuesday, we would be overjoyed if you would donate to where it all started for us, the Clearfield County SPCA.
"By loving and understanding animals, perhaps we humans shall come to understand each other." Louis J. Camuti
We hope to continually empower both our team members and customers to donate to the animal welfare projects they care about while investing in their well-being. We’re particularly proud of our work with the Clearfield County SPCA, which sponsors low-cost spay/neuter clinics, rescuing animals of all kinds, and increasing pet adoptions.
"Until one has loved an animal a part of one's soul remains unawakened." Anatole France
If you're able to give, we would appreciate your generosity in giving to the Clearfield County SPCA to keep a home for our furry friends. Every bit is appreciated. No gift is too big or too small! Thank you for taking this journey with us. If you'd like to donate, please click on this link:
If you can find it in your heart to adopt our sweetheart, Max, please contact us, Clearfield County SPCA , at (814) 765-2220. Please read below and get to know Max!
What Christmas Means to Max
It's Christmas morning, and everyone in the house is gathered by the brilliantly lit tree. All the presents are sparkling from the glow of the holiday. The whole family, children, parents, grandparents, and pets, gather 'round the tree, anxiously waiting. The glory of the lights echoes in each pets' eyes because they know they're included.
It's the season of giving where many families donate food, money, presents, and more, to the less fortunate. Then there are those of whom people may forget—those like Max.
Max is a five-year-old Pitbull mix. He cannot remember the joy of Christmas. Before coming to the Clearfield County SPCA, he was an outside dog and was never brought in to enjoy all the wonders of Christmas.
This Christmas will be Max's second with us at the Clearfield County SPCA. He gets a nice warm bed and some extra treats, but most of the time, like all the shelter animals, Christmas is spent alone.
While we dream of finding homes for those here, Max has seen many animals come and go since his arrival. He has seen many people who come in and love him, but the adoption always falls through. He truly is a good boy. He sits, shakes, and adores belly rubs.
We want to change the meaning of Christmas for Max. That's why we haven't given up hope. It's why we keep striving to find him the perfect home that we know is out there. So while you are getting ready for Christmas and buying all the glorious gifts to be opened under the tree, take a moment to think of not only Max but the millions of Max's sitting in shelters all over the world. Aren't they all deserving of Christmas as well?