Rescuing homeless pets is good for business and we can prove it…
People Love Pets, People Drive Sales. A No-Brainer for Your Small Business.
To Our Fellow Business Owners:
As a small business owner, you are always open to new ways of giving back to your community while raising your profile and letting potential customers know you care about the same things they do. To do this, there are a million different interests and causes to choose from. Some related to your business, some not at all. But some causes are so universally regarded and popular, it doesn’t matter what type of business you’re in. When you support it, people respond very strongly and relate to your efforts from a very personal place.
We’re talking about pets.
They’re everywhere, they’re universally loved. 67% of families own them and those families support, even champion organizations who support pets as well. We’d like to share with you an opportunity to experience this popularity, see how it can spread your brand to a wider audience, and give you and your business increased trust and personal regard as a commercial business owner.
Bobbi & The Strays is a non-profit, no-kill animal rescue organization that has served the Greater New York Area since 1998. Bobbi and her crew have rescued, spayed, neutered, and homed thousands of dogs and cats while educating the public to prevent animal cruelty and neglect. Relying solely on donations of supplies, pet food, and dollars, Bobbi & The Strays efficiently and expertly manages these resources to save as many pets as possible. Besides our local government and a few other animal organizations, Bobbi & The Strays are universally known in this community as the organization that saves domestic animals others won’t or can’t. They are the last resort of our collective humanity in Long Island and Queens when it comes to pets.
That’s why we’re here, writing you. Cahill Strategies is a Government Relations, Communications, and Construction Solutions firm. We’re helping Bobbi in our own way, pro-bono, free of charge, and will surely be taking advantage of the same plan we’re here to share with you.
All we ask is that you take a look at the attached PDF PowerPoint presentation and see if this plan sounds like something that could work for you. It’s certainly working for many others. All you really have to do is take a look at Bobbi’s Facebook page and see the traffic these local business posts are generating. It’s a great opportunity to show you care about a pet in need and then in a second post, bask in the glow of a successful adoption after your support makes it happen.
Bobbi & The Strays is a 501-C3 non-profit that has perfected efficient use of donated resources and has a sterling track record as an effective organization that rescues more pets than any group ought to be able to – but they do.
We’re happy to answer any questions you might have or arrange a meet and visit with Bobbi and her volunteers. But really, all you really need to do is contactIris Berrios at 347-262-8563 or by email at email@example.com. It’s a lot of fun meeting the animals and takes no time at all to take a picture with them. Sponsorships start at $200.00. We believe you won’t find advertising that can match it.
Diane Cahill CEO, Founder, Cahill Strategies LLC
About Bobbi & the Strays
Bobbi and the Strays was established in 1998 as a 100% non-profit, no-kill animal rescue organization. Since the beginning, they have been dedicated to rescuing animals from the streets, overcrowded shelters, neglect and abuse situations and abandonment. Bobbi & the Strays provides extensive medical interventions for the animals they help, including spay/neuter, vaccination and care for special needs animals, among other forms of help.
Over time, with the help of valued volunteers and donors, Bobbi has been able to expand the impact of the organization in a number of important ways that extend into the community and among local businesses. Our programs include educating the public to prevent animal abuse and neglect, raising awareness of the importance of spaying and neutering, and providing help in the community for low-income and elderly pet owners.