Meet one of our SARA Animal Ambassadors. SARA Sanctuary has many wonderfully talented and generous supporters. We asked Laurence Dusaulx why she returns to our sanctuary and continues to support our mission. All the photos here were taken by Laurence during her last visit.
“I love ALL animals, but have a special connection with cats, horses and donkeys too. I understand cats, I think I know what makes them feel good or what might upset them.”
“I have 4 cats of my own, they consider me like their mom. I also volunteer weekly at the Houston SPCA cattery of course, and baby bottle feed when the time of the year comes.”
French Language Consulting, Fiber Artist and a SARA volunteer for many years
Crafty support raises $250
Laurence makes original handcrafted jewelry and used her craftiness to raise $250 for SARA animals and protect her fellow citizens of Houston.
“I sewed many masks, distributed to Houstonians and collected money to donate to SARA.The people were happy to participate and I think it helped make SARA better known in my neighborhood,” said Laurence.
Because of the pandemic, we are not able to have events or take volunteers or visitors. We’re missing our people and all the stories shared on social media. To help us increase awareness, send your story on how or why you support SARA Sanctuary to firstname.lastname@example.org or post on your own page and tag us.
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For the summer, we are social distancing from the Texas heat and because of Coronavirus. Even though the public and our fans cannot visit our animals in real life, we are hoping our new website will help bring our animals closer to you.
More website fixes and new pages are coming soon to make things better for our animals.
1. Increase volunteer sign ups and participation
2. Build a better foster network of our animals.
3. Track and promote better processes for more adoptions.
4. Provide clear paths and ways to support our animals online.
SARA is a registered nonprofit organization, but we are not government subsidized. We depend on daily donations to feed and care for 600+ animals at SARA Sanctuary. Like most folks, our times seem challenging enough, but we are looking forward to greener pastures at the sanctuary and online. We appreciate any sized donation.
We’ll let you know when we open the gates for visitors again. Thanks for poking around trying out all the new buttons.
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