In an effort to help victims of the most destructive wildfires in California’s history, all of the proceeds from our Thursday Vinyasa flow class at 10AM on November 15th, 2018 will be donated to Hopalong & Second Chance Animal Rescue. Hopalong is one of California’s leaders in providing rescue to animal victims of disastrous fires and has been working around the clock in response to the camp fire in Butte County. As the largest all-foster rescue organization Hopalong provides medical supplies, veterinary emergency care, transportation and helps reunite many displaced domestic pets with their original owners. For the many families who have lost their homes, being reunited with their beloved pets provides some joy and relief amidst the sorrow.
One hundred percent of the proceeds from Thursday’s Vinyasa flow class at 10AM taught by Abigail Rauber will be donated to Hopalong & Second Chance Animal Rescue. If you are unable to attend the class, but would like to support Hopalong, please direct monetary donations here. Due to time limitations and volunteer labor associated with material gifts, monetary donations are recommended to purchase only the items that are absolutely essential. Hopalong is also looking for foster families and assistance with transporting animals from their Oakland location. To get involved, email Hopalong at [email protected]
This post was written by Abigail Rauber. Abigail teaches Vinyasa Flow every Thursday at 10AM.