Friday, December 18, 2015

PIÑATAS AND TANGERINES


The comforter I brought out of a storage closet on October 31st and put back immediately is now on our bed.  After the big week-end rains, mornings and evenings are now cool at last and the hours in between are heavenly. Piñatas are decorating the streets and for sale on several of them.  Trucks are laden with ripe, sweet tangerines from Vera Cruz and they will remind me of my
MANDARINAS DE VERA CRUZ - 20 PESOS LA BOLSA
childhood.  Tangerines were always in my Christmas stocking, along with chocolates the size of fifty-cent pieces encased in gold foil.  My favorite Christmases were then, living on a large farm in southern California.  I always woke up about five in the morning to see what magic Santa had left under the Christmas tree,  and if he had taken a bite out of the cookie I had left for him.  And then I would run several minutes on a frosty path in the dark to my cousins´ house to see what was under their tree, passing the creche-like scene of sleeping cows and goats and sheep.  Their warm breath created steamy mists in the cold morning air.  Our parents slept through these early secret moments.  Later in the morning, my grandmother would ask if I had heard Santa shout out over the roof top,  "Merry Christmas to all, and to all a goodnight," and I always replied "yes!"









STERILIZATIONS AT COAPINOLE CLINIC - December 16-19 - This colonia is reached by driving north, passing the church in the bustling municipality of Pitillal and then heading east towards the foothills of the Sierra Madress.  It´s about a 25-minute drive from centro.

Forty-two cats and dogs arrived on the first day, thirty-eight on Thursday and  forty-two on Friday.

Total number of sterilizations and donations to be reported in January, as we leave for a two-week family visit in California on Saturday, December 19th.  No blogs will be written until the first week of January.



THIS CLINIC WAS SPONSORED BY AN ANONYMOUS DONATION.  THANK YOU!

Thank you to Julie Bunker, who let PEACEAnimals use her lovely home for the 3 1/2 day clinic.

DONATIONS AT CLINIC.  By Dr. Leslie Korn - Six delicious lunches for our team of three plus volunteers - on December 16th.

DR. ANTHONY- COAPINOLE


All pet registration forms with signatures of owners or rescuers are submitted by Dr. Poli to the local department of health, with copies to PEACEAnimals.

DONATIONS TO PEACEANIMALS:

Helga Rogers - $100 USD

Dahl Family Foundation - $2,000 USD - earmarked for a clinic in Bucerías. (added to the 25,000 pesos donated by Lucy Muniz and Gil Gevins, plus GoFundMe program initiated by Harold Sokolove, two clinics in Bucerias have now been paid for).

 Hadene and John Klassnik - $250 USD  "in memory of their darling son, Wayde Jonathan Klassnik"

MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS:

Sandra and Art Hildebrand -  1,000 pesos for cat food - which I passed on to  Puro Gato.  Sandra and Art, from Canada, rent a place near our home.  During their stays in Vallarta, they bring fresh water to the cats I feed in the abandoned house.  The white cat splattered with grey marks was once the cat I called the "devil cat" because he could get into our garden and then would fight with our cats.  He was skinny and skanky and completely wild.  With the years, he came to trust me and would let me pet him and eventually take him to be neutered.  He´s now fat and clean and would rather be petted than pay attention to food.  He lives with three other cats, a wonderful male tabby, a sleek black male cat with a white stripe down its nose and a black ,long-haired female.  They have all been sterilized at PEACEAnimals clinics and are extremely tame and affectionate.  They live in the empty house on Aldama and Guadalupe Sanchez in Centro.  I wish for a home for all of them.

PIÑATAS EN VENTA - CALLE A. SERDAN CON INSURGENTES



FUN FUNDRAISER FOR PEACEANIMALS!  MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2016

6:00-8:00 pm - DRINKS AND SUPPER

8:15: pm - SCREENING OF "ELLA ES RAMONA"

A charming, intelligent romp of a romantic black comedy!  Spanish with English subtitles.    Filmed in Mexico.

Popcorn and candy will be served! 

VILLA BALBOA - PUERTO VALLARTA - Carretera a Barra de Navidad Km 3.8 #1730, Playa Venados     stay@villabalboa.com

This is a beautiful villa overlooking the bay, complete with a deluxe screening room.

500 PESO DONATION

TICKETS LEFT FOR SALE NOW AT CASSANDRA SHAW - Basilio Badillo 276,  colonia Emiliano Zapata, Phone:01 322 223 9734

100% OF TICKET SALES MONEY WILL SUPPORT PEACEANIMALS CLINICS

SPACE LIMITED TO 38 TICKETS.  FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. PLEASE DON´T DELAY IN PURCHASING YOURS!



Due to non-sterilization and a lack of education, there are thousands of homeless cats and dogs living on the streets in Puerto Vallarta.  There are many hundreds waiting to be adopted in foster homes,  sanctuaries and the Centro de Acopio.   If you can foster an animal, have found a cat or dog, or would like to adopt a cat or dog, Please check our website on the "resource" tab for names and contacts of refuges, vets, etc. 
PERRA DE MÉXICO - NACEN PARA SUFRIR.   MILLIONS OF CATS AND DOGS ARE BORN TO SUFFER IN MEXICO.


HERMOSA GATITA RECUPERANDO EN LA CLÍNICA DE COAPINOLE
GREATERGOOD - PLEASE CLICK!  Your daily clicks or direct donations help animals, people and the planet.  www.greatergood.org; www.greatergood.com  To donate specifically to PEACEAnimals, please click on:  http://bit.ly/1cWY0lP

CLINIC SCHEDULE/HORARIO;

January 6 -9 -Punta de Mita (el miércoles abre a las 1030 y no a las 9 como los otros días)

  - community center - map:

This clinic is sponsored by PEACE Punta de Mita Foundation.

January 13-16 -  Bucerias, Nay. - Calle 16 de Septiembre between  Matamoros and  Pipilas, Col. La Unidad.  The Bucerias Community Center (BBC, formerly BBCC Bucieras Bilingual Community Center) building). 

Location is easily accessible from north or south on Carr. 200.

From the NORTH : Enter the lateral prior before the next traffic light after passing the Bucerias centro traffic light. U-turn onto northbound lateral at the Santander Bank traffic light
From the SOUTH: Enter the northbound lateral at the next traffic light after passing the OXXO/Decameron arch traffic light at the Santander Bank traffic light.
Both: Stay on the northbound lateral to Av. Matamoros (just before the pedestrian bridge.) Turn right, go two blocks, turn right again.
Driving north on Hwy 200, pass exit for Pie in the Sky (on right) and Hotel de Cameron (left)  At the next traffic light (Famar's Restaurant and Santander Bank on right) - exit on the lateral.
Continue North 2 blocks to Estadios, turn right.  Drive one block to Francisco Villa, turn left.  Drive two blocks to Pipila, turn right.
Drive one block to Matamoros, turn left - in one block you'll see the Community Center


January 20-23-  Puerto Vallarta - location TBA



!!!NOTE: I CAN´T FIND CONTACT FOR THE CLINIC  ORIGINALLY PLANNED FOR LAS JUNTAS Y LOS VERANOS  JANUARY 20-23.  PLEASE EMAIL ME TO RESCHEDULE THIS CLINIC FOR FEBRUARY.  VET DECISION IS TO HOLD CLINIC IN MISMALOYA  THEN AND TRY TO FIND SHUTTLE BACK AND FORTH TO LAS JUNTAS Y LOS VERANOS.  With the combined two clinics there is an opportunity to get more animals sterilized.   Locals in both communities will raise the extra monies for travel time and gas.

FEBRUARY 3-6 - Isla Cuale - in the art center area

ISLA CUALE - The poisonings of cats continue and sadly, possums and other animals that eat kibble are also dying a very painful death.  In reaction to this crisis, Luz Wong has organized one-day PETS FOR LIFE clinics in the art center area of the Isla Cuale.  These clinics are being sponsored by various animal rescue groups.  CLINICS WILL OPEN AT 8 AM.  Below is the schedule for the extra clinics:
 



Enero 10 -   SPCA
Febrero 3-4-5-6- PEACE
Marzo 6 -  COLINA (this clinic will not be held on the island, rather at the 
COLINA free clinc - carranza 491 in colonia Emiliano Zapata)
Abril 3 -  PURR PROJECT
Mayo 8 -  PV ANIMAL
Junio 5 - SHANNON BESTON
Julio 3 -  PEACE
Agosto 7 -  SPCA
Septiembre 4 - ANGELICAT
Octubre 2  - PURR PROJECT
Noviembre 6 - PV ANIMAL
           Diciembre 4-  PURO GATO


Worrisome regarding the isla Cuale - Dogs running loose on the isla.  They are at risk for being poisoned and they also prevent a danger to the cats living on the isla Cuale.  An eight-year old female Siamese-mix cat was brutally killed there this week by an aggressive dog.  The law requires that dogs be kept on leashes at all times on the island.  
GATITA MUY JOVEN TIRADA ESTA SEMANA EN LA ISLA CUALE
CONTACTO PARA ADOPTAR GATITOS O GATOS DE LA ISLA:  PURO GATO - FB




WE NEED LOCATIONS FOR OUR CLINICS IN NEIGHBORHOODS AND TOWNS.  REQUIRED:  BATHROOM, ELECTRICITY, WATER AND PARKING AVAILABILITY.




"BLACKIE" ESPERANDO CIRUGÍA CON SUE DUEÑA EN COAPINOLE



NOTE:  PEACEAnimals, per our agreement with independent contractors, Pets for Life, is obliged to pay extra for driving time and gasoline for areas outside Puerto Vallarta.  We ask that private or government groups pay those extra expenses.


Clinic schedule, including directions and other clinic information are always on website:  www.peaceanimals.org and on this blog:  www.gretchen-peace-and-pv.blogspot.com





Please "like" PEACEAnimals and Calle Cero  on FaceBook.

LUNCH DONATIONS NEEDED FOR VET TEAM:  PEACEAnimals has a budget of 70 pesos per vet team individual (three persons) per day for 4 days a week for lunches. 

CLÍNICA EN COAPINOLE


Please consider bringing lunches for our vet team to the clinics. If you can do this, please advise so we can create a lunch schedule. By having lunches donated, these savings can used for purchases of supplies and medicines.  


STEPHANIE, NUESTRA VOLUNTARIA EL VIERNES EN COAPINOLE


WE NEED VOLUNTEERS AT THE CLINICS.    Please sign up:  Leslie Caratachea via FB or infopeaceanimals@gmail.com

If directions needed, please call our dedicated line (directions are only in Spanish) or refer to our website or this blog:   113 3955

COST FOR ONE SURGERY WEEK CLINIC IS APPROXIMATELY $1,800 USD. 

  
DR. POLI CONTANDO MASCOTAS EN LA CLÍNICA DE COAPINOLE

PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION VIA CHECK, CREDIT CARD, PAYPAL, BEQUEST OR STOCK TRANSFER.  Note:  Stocks are transferred at full value without the donating stock owner being taxed.
DONATION change effective Oct 1, 2015:

PEACEAnimals is under the umbrella of Banderas Bay Charities, Inc.,  a US 501 (c)(3) charity located in Portland, Oregon.   Please make payments payable to either BBC INC or Banderas Bay Charities, Inc.  Donations are tax deductible and should be earmarked for PEACEAnimals.

Banderas Bay Charities, Inc (BBC, Inc) offers tax-deductible receipts in the US, Canada, and Mexico.


Amy Welch, Secretary-Treasurer amywelchpdx@comcast.net
505 N Tomahawk Is Dr  Portland, OR 97217    
503 285 4007


THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS: 

GreaterGood.org

  






       Richard R. Reed Foundation
  

  


Thank you for your interest and support.

WISHING ALL A JOYFUL CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR!


SWEET CHRISTMAS VIDEO FILMED IN NEW ZEALAND:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWq60oyrHVQ


Gretchen DeWitt – President – Board of Directors
https://www.facebook.com/PeaceAnimals

        




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LINEA DESIGNADA PARA DIRECIÓNES Y COMO LLEGAR (EN ESPAÑOL) A LAS CLÍNICAS CADA SEMANA:   (322) 113 3955
NECESITAMOS LUGARES PARA NUESTRAS CLÍNICAS EN COLONIAS Y PUEBLOS. PRECISO:   BAÑO, ELECTRICIDAD, AGUA Y PARA ESTACIONARSE.




INFORMACIÓN EN ESPAÑOL SOBRE LA ESTERILIZACIÓN PARA MASCOTAS Y LAS CLÍNICAS GRATIS EN NUESTRO WEBSITE - www.peaceanimals.org

FAVOR DE DONAR ALMUERZOS PARA EL EQUIPO. NOS CUESTA 210 PESOS 4 DÍAS LA SEMANA Y CON SUS DONACIÓNES DE COMIDA, PODEMOS USAR ESTE DINERO PARA SUMINISTROS.  GRACIAS.

NECESITAMOS VOLUNTARIOS, PORFA.

GRACIAS POR SU INTERÉS Y SU APOYO.
Gretchen DeWitt – presidente de le mesa directiva
https://www.facebook.com/PeaceAnimals

         


Saturday, December 12, 2015

THE TWELFTH DAY OF CHRISTMAS

The rain promised to arrive on Saturday for the most important day of the pilgrimages to the Church of our Lady of Guadalupe, arrived Friday afternoon.  It was a heavy rain, accompanied by thunder and lightning and large waves splashing over the malecón. The rain didn´t stop the processions,  which were accompanied by booming tubas, horns and drums.  Many of the participants dress in white or in traditional embroidered Mexican clothing.  The children look particularly irresistible in their straw sombreros and ribbon-braided hair.  Saturday morning I awoke to more of the familiar songs being sung on Juarez street, which was closed to traffic all day.  The procession of dancers, musicians and "pilgrims" continued throughout the drizzle of a day and a downpour in the evening, culminating with the joyful clanging of bells,  horns trumpeting, drums banging and voices singing "La Guadalupana" inside and outside of the church at midnight.

LOS 12 DÍAS DE PEREGRINACIÓNES EN CALLE JUAREZ EN PUERTO VALLARTA-  PARA NUESTRA SEÑORA DE GUADALUPE

Sitting with friends high on a terrace earlier in the week, I looked down to the jungle below us. In the distance between the reddish peeling bark of the trunks of two papelillo trees was a perfectly framed small, white sail of a boat moving slowly beneath the bluest of skies across the still and beautiful bay. A few moments later, Lynn Rogers recited this poem by e.e. cummings:

 "i thank You God for most this amazing"

i thank You God for most this amazing
day: for the leaping greenly spirits of trees
and a blue true dream of sky; and for everything
which is natural which is infinite which is yes

(i who have died am alive again today,
and this is the sun's birthday; this is the birth
day of life and of love and wings: and of the gay
great happening illimitably earth)

how should tasting touching hearing seeing
breathing any—lifted from the no
of all nothing—human merely being
doubt unimaginable You?

(now the ears of my ears awake and
now the eyes of my eyes are opened)

ENTRANDO EN LA IGLESIA DE NUESTRA SEÑORA DE GUADALUPE


FUN FUNDRAISER FOR PEACEANIMALS!  MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2016

6:00-8:00 pm - DRINKS AND SUPPER

8:15: pm - SCREENING OF "ELLA ES RAMONA"

A charming, intelligent romp of a romantic black comedy!  Spanish with English subtitles.    Filmed in Mexico.

Popcorn and candy will be served! 

VILLA BALBOA - PUERTO VALLARTA - Carretera a Barra de Navidad Km 3.8 #1730, Playa Venados     stay@villabalboa.com

This is a beautiful villa overlooking the bay, complete with a deluxe screening room.

500 PESO DONATION

TICKETS FOR SALE NOW AT CASSANDRA SHAW - Basilio Badillo 276,  colonia Emiliano Zapata, Phone:01 322 223 9734

100% OF TICKET SALES MONEY WILL SUPPORT PEACEANIMALS CLINICS

SPACE LIMITED TO 38 TICKETS.  FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. PLEASE DON´T DELAY IN PURCHASING YOURS!



PEACEANIMALS, after several weeks absence, will be back in Puerto Vallarta December 16th.  They have been especially missed by the cat rescue organizations.  Waiting just a few extra weeks for spay/neuter means kittens become young cats and are unfortunately less adoptable. 
LA HERMOSA GATITA QUE ADOPTÉ DE LA ISLA CUALE

All pet registration forms with signatures of owners or rescuers are submitted by Dr. Poli to the local department of health, with copies to PEACEAnimals.


DONATIONS TO PEACEANIMALS:

PET PICNIC AT DAIQUIRI DICK´S ON DECEMBER 5 - NET after expenses;  49,150 pesos = $2,888.46 USD.  This will pay for one clinic ($1,800 USD) and partially fund another one.  Funds were generated by ticket and cook book sales, raffle, live auction and an anonymous donation of 350 pesos.

Michael Turner - $50 USD (monthly donation)

Lucy Muniz - co-owner with her husband, Gil Gevins, of the fabulous Lucy´s CuCu Cabana - 41,048.92 pesos ($2.416 USD), 25,000 of which are earmarked for a clinic in Bucerias.  These monies were raised when she and Gil was running the charity they had founded, Asociación Protectora Animal, Puerto Vallarta,  Because of red tape, this money had been languishing in the bank for thirteen years.

Pam Lock - $100 USD

Richard R. Reed Foundation - 160,000 pesos = $9,402.92 USD
l.to r. -  Richard Reed; Amy Welch -treasurer of PEACEAnimals and Banderas Bay Charities; Neil Sechan -board member; gdw; Matt Messner -board member

Richard Reed, a Scottsdale, Arizona resident and new homeowner in Puerto Vallarta, founded the Richard R. Reed Foundation this year.  He has chosen to give grants benefiting children and animals in Puerto Vallarta, Arizona and Colorado.  Richard is co-founder of the American Taekwando Association, holding the impressive title of Grand Master with a 9th Degree Black Belt, and is CEO and founder of ASF Payment Solutions.



UPPER LEFT - BENEDICTE LAUR-  CLINIC VOLUNTEER; UPPER RIGHT - JAN SKOGEN -RRR GRANT ADVISOR; LOWER RIGHT - FRANK ONLY AND VICKI THORNE-OHLY - CLINIC VOLUNTEERS WITH TWO OF THEIR FIVE RESCUE DOGS






Due to non-sterilization and a lack of education, there are thousands of homeless cats and dogs living on the streets in Puerto Vallarta.  There are many hundreds waiting to be adopted in foster homes,  sanctuaries and the Centro de Acopio.   If you can foster an animal, have found a cat or dog, or would like to adopt a cat or dog, Please check our website on the "resource" tab for names and contacts of refuges, vets, etc.  

PERROS DE LA CALLE EN MÉXICO, EL PAÍS QUE ESTÁ EN  TERCER LUGAR EN EL MUNDO PARA CRUELIDAD A LOS ANIMALITOS.  http://perrocontento.com/2015/08/inegi-determina-a-mexico-en-el-3o-lugar-de-maltrato-hacia-los-animales/ 

According to figures from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI -in Spanish),  Mexico is ranked number three in the world for animal cruelty. It is a country with 18 million dogs, of which only 30 percent have owners.  The remaining 70 percent of dogs are in the streets by direct neglect or as the result of the breeding of homeless, unsterilized animals.


After dinner Sunday evening with friends at their home in centro, a few blocks from our home, I saw an emaciated honey-colored Boxer mix pawing through an enormous pile of garbage on a street corner.  Her teats were heavily filled with milk.  I had been going to feed the homeless cats in the abandoned house after dinner, so had a small bag of cat food with me.  The pretty dog walked tentatively towards me when I called to her, but after sniffing the Kirkland kibble, walked slowly away.  I went immediately to the corner convenience store to buy hot dogs, but the sad dog, with teats swaying, trotted off into the dark night while three other dogs devoured the pile of kibble.  This is what we see on the streets in Mexico.  Starving cats and dogs.  Pregnant cats and dogs.  Intact male cats and dogs.  Injured and sick cats and dogs.  The numbers and percentages below the photo of the street dogs tell part of this story.

An estimated 40 abandoned cats and kittens have been poisoned on the isla Cuale to date. Locals believe it is the stall vendors and/or restaurants who are responsible.  This is a very cruel way to eliminate an animal and is not a solution.  Until the government institutes enforceable laws against pet abandonment, signs are posted on the island that dumping cats is not only cruelty to them, but also to wildlife,  and people are educated and take advantage of the free clinics, cats will continue to be thrown away on the isla Cuale - and in many other places as well.

GREATERGOOD - PLEASE CLICK!  Your daily clicks or direct donations help animals, people and the planet.  www.greatergood.org; www.greatergood.com  To donate specifically to PEACEAnimals, please click on:  http://bit.ly/1cWY0lP



PEREGRINACIÓNES EN CALLE JUAREZ


SCHEDULE/HORARIO:

December 16 - Colonia Coapinole, Puerto Vallarta (Demonio Blanco) Francisco Madero # 569

Take Francisco Villa north, passing the church in Pitillal.  Drive straight until reaching the cross street of 16 de septiembre.  No street sign, but landmark is a yellow, orange and navy blue restaurant called "La Hamburguesa."  Turn right and continue up hill.  At top of street is calle Guerrero.  Continue one more block until you reach calle Francisco Madero. A lime green two-story building will be on your left. Turn left.  Continue 1 1/2 blocks on this paved road until it becomes a dirt road.  Clinic will be on the left hand side of the road in an orange house.  

The Coapinole clinic is sponsored by an anonymous donation in the amount of $1,800 USD.

December 23-January 5 - VACACIÓNES 



January 6 -Punta de Mita - community center - map:

This clinic is sponsored by PEACE Punta de Mita Foundation.

January 13-16 -  Bucerias, Nay. - Calle 16 de Septiembre between  Matamoros and  Pipilas, Col. La Unidad.  The Bucerias Community Center (BBC, formerly BBCC Bucieras Bilingual Community Center) building).
Driving north on Hwy 200, pass exit for Pie in the Sky (on right) and Hotel de Cameron (left)  At the next traffic light (Famar's Restaurant and Santander Bank on right) - exit on the lateral.
Continue North 2 blocks to Estadios, turn right.  Drive one block to Francisco Villa, turn left.  Drive two blocks to Pipila, turn right.
Drive one block to Matamoros, turn left - in one block you'll see the Community Center

Harold Sokolove and other locals are raising funds for this clinic.

January 20-23 - las Juntas y los Veranos - extra costs of gas and driving time to be paid for by members of the community.

BAILADORA EN LAS PEREGRINACIONES
  

WE NEED LOCATIONS FOR OUR CLINICS IN NEIGHBORHOODS AND TOWNS.  REQUIRED:  BATHROOM, ELECTRICITY, WATER AND PARKING AVAILABILITY.




NOTE:  PEACEAnimals, per our agreement with independent contractors, Pets for Life, is obliged to pay extra for driving time and gasoline for areas outside Puerto Vallarta.  We ask that private or government groups pay those extra expenses.

ATRAPADA EN MI COCHE EN LA PEREGRINACIÓN DEL 12 DE DICIEMBRE


Clinic schedule, including directions and other clinic information are always on website:  www.peaceanimals.org and on this blog:  www.gretchen-peace-and-pv.blogspot.com





Please "like" PEACEAnimals and Calle Cero  on FaceBook.

LUNCH DONATIONS NEEDED FOR VET TEAM:  PEACEAnimals has a budget of 70 pesos per vet team individual (three persons) per day for 4 days a week for lunches. 

VISTA DE MI COCHE - VIEW FROM MY CAR AS I WAITED TO CROSS THE STREET


Please consider bringing lunches for our vet team to the clinics. If you can do this, please advise so we can create a lunch schedule. By having lunches donated, these savings can used for purchases of supplies and medicines.  




WE NEED VOLUNTEERS AT THE CLINICS.    Please sign up:  Leslie Caratachea via FB or infopeaceanimals@gmail.com

If directions needed, please call our dedicated line (directions are only in Spanish) or refer to our website or this blog:   113 3955

COST FOR ONE SURGERY WEEK CLINIC IS APPROXIMATELY $1,800 USD. 


PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION VIA CHECK, CREDIT CARD, PAYPAL, BEQUEST OR STOCK TRANSFER.  Note:  Stocks are transferred at full value without the donating stock owner being taxed.
DONATION change effective Oct 1, 2015:

PEACEAnimals is under the umbrella of Banderas Bay Charities, Inc.,  a US 501 (c)(3) charity located in Portland, Oregon.   Please make payments payable to either BBC INC or Banderas Bay Charities, Inc.  Donations are tax deductible and should be earmarked for PEACEAnimals.

Banderas Bay Charities, Inc (BBC, Inc) offers tax-deductible receipts in the US, Canada, and Mexico.   www.bbcinc.org

Amy Welch, Secretary-Treasurer amywelchpdx@comcast.net
505 N Tomahawk Is Dr  Portland, OR 97217    
503 285 4007
PEREGRACIÓNES EN CALLE JUAREZ HASTA LA IGLESIA DE NUESTRA SEÑORA DE GUADALUP


PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION VIA CHECK, CREDIT CARD, PAYPAL, BEQUEST OR STOCK TRANSFER.  Note:  Stocks are transferred at full value without the donating stock owner being taxed.
DONATION change effective Oct 1, 2015:

PEACEAnimals is under the umbrella of Banderas Bay Charities, Inc.,  a US 501 (c)(3) charity located in Portland, Oregon.   Please make payments payable to either BBC INC or Banderas Bay Charities, Inc.  Donations are tax deductible and should be earmarked for PEACEAnimals.

Banderas Bay Charities, Inc (BBC, Inc) offers tax-deductible receipts in the US, Canada, and Mexico.


Amy Welch, Secretary-Treasurer amywelchpdx@comcast.net
505 N Tomahawk Is Dr  Portland, OR 97217    
503 285 4007


THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS: 

GreaterGood.org

  






       Richard R. Reed Foundation
  

  


Thank you for your interest and support.

WISHING ALL A JOYFUL AND BLESSED HANNEKUH AND CHRISTMAS!!!

Gretchen DeWitt – President – Board of Directors
https://www.facebook.com/PeaceAnimals

        




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LINEA DESIGNADA PARA DIRECIÓNES Y COMO LLEGAR (EN ESPAÑOL) A LAS CLÍNICAS CADA SEMANA:   (322) 113 3955
NECESITAMOS LUGARES PARA NUESTRAS CLÍNICAS EN COLONIAS Y PUEBLOS. PRECISO:   BAÑO, ELECTRICIDAD, AGUA Y PARA ESTACIONARSE.




INFORMACIÓN EN ESPAÑOL SOBRE LA ESTERILIZACIÓN PARA MASCOTAS Y LAS CLÍNICAS GRATIS EN NUESTRO WEBSITE - www.peaceanimals.org

FAVOR DE DONAR ALMUERZOS PARA EL EQUIPO. NOS CUESTA 210 PESOS 4 DÍAS LA SEMANA Y CON SUS DONACIÓNES DE COMIDA, PODEMOS USAR ESTE DINERO PARA SUMINISTROS.  GRACIAS.

NECESITAMOS VOLUNTARIOS, PORFA.
GRACIAS POR SU INTERÉS Y SU APOYO.
Gretchen DeWitt – presidente de le mesa directiva
https://www.facebook.com/PeaceAnimals