Monday, October 13, 2008

Noah's Ark is in Crisis

Editor's Note: Noah's Ark is a tremendous operation just south of Atlanta. Not only do they take in animals, they are also the home of many children who need to learn to trust again. You may remember the last animal Noah's Ark rescued from I-75. It was a young zebra who has since made his home in Georgia. Evidence the zebra has been featured on the Georgia Front Page and our All About Animals blog in the past.

The national financial crisis has hit us hard - our donations have all but stopped coming in -and we still have over 1,200 mouths to feed! We are the only family these animals have - and your support makes what we do possible.

Please, if you can, make a donation today. NO GIFT IS TOO SMALL. Every gift makes a difference, whether it be $5.00 or $500.00!

You've given in the past, and we are grateful - and we hope that we can count on you now.

Please take a moment to give so that we can continue to provide for these wonderful animals!

Bless you and thank you.

Jama Hedgecoth and the
Noah's Ark Family
Noah's Ark
712 LG Griffin Road,
Locust Grove, GA 30248

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