Flags of Gratitude to Support the Midatlantic Bulldog Rescue and New Jersey South Hills Pet Rescue

 

Callie has spent the last 2 + years drawing her artwork on flags and making Mixtiles to not only spread kindness and gratitude to others, but to also use 100% of proceeds to support local charities. To date she has raised $11,000 for various charities during the pandemic and after.

The Kindness logo design is of the kindness and inspirational drawings Callie made at the age of 10 and 11 years old. With the purchase of the apparel below you will be helping animals in need. 

We are raising money to help support the New Jersey South Hills Pet Rescue. Their mission is to provide hope and a better future for homeless pets.

They are committed to protect dogs and cats from harm and provide them with excellent veterinary care and positive reinforcement training. They also promote spay and neuter programs and assist with dog handling, as well as provide educational insight for adopters and the community. 

Please visit the NJSH Pet Rescue to learn more about their mission. 

Much of the love and support Callie has received is from the Bulldog community on IG. The logo created are pet portrait images that Callie has made over time for our bulldog supporters. Therefore, we wanted to fundraise for the the MidAtlantic Bulldog Rescue, which is a NJ Non-Profit Corporation. The MABR have experienced volunteers with one mission – to help bulldogs in need, providing the care, time and love these dogs need until they find their appropriate forever home.

Please visit the MABR website to learn about their mission.

We are also raising money to help support the New Jersey South Hills Pet Rescue. Their mission is to provide hope and a better future for homeless pets.

They are committed to protect dogs and cats from harm and provide them with excellent veterinary care and positive reinforcement training. They also promote spay and neuter programs and assist with dog handling, as well as provide educational insight for adopters and the community. 

Please visit the NJSH Pet Rescue to learn more about their mission.