Josie, Alana and Taylor drop off their $795 donation at the Clarington Animal Shelter.

Residents donate $10,000+ to Animal Shelter

Clarington residents have spread love during the pandemic by donating over $10,000 to the Animal Shelter. These donations help to pay for food and supplies so that staff can look after the rescued or found animals.

“On behalf of the Municipality of Clarington, I want to thank our residents for your incredible generosity, care and compassion during these difficult times. Our Animal Shelter Staff and the furry creatures they look after are humbled and grateful for your contributions,” said Clarington Mayor Adrian Foster, in a statement.

We want to acknowledge the following residents for your continued support:

Thank you, Adriana, Olivia, Erik, Ellis and Sydney, for donating $1,780.
Thank you, Alana, Taylor and Josie, for donating $795.
Thank you, Jon and Kelly, for donating $200.
Thank you, Jennifer and Ian, for donating $616.20.
Thank you, Sabah, for your $200 donation.
Thank you, Debbie, for your $150 donation.
Thank you, Phyllis, for your $100 donation.
Thank you, Addy, for your $100 donation.
Thank you, Dorothy, Averee, Machayla, Billie and Jenny, for donating $360.
Thank you, Corey, for donating $463.75.
Thank you, Glen Hill Marnwood, for donating $145.
Thank you, Krista and Joshua, for donating $46.
Thank you, Ruth, for your $150 donation.
Thank you, David, for your $1,295.55 donation.
To our residents who continue to bring food, toys and have donated $3,798.62 but wish to stay anonymous – thank you.

“We are incredibly fortunate to live in a tight-knit community where residents not only look after one another but also care for the vulnerable and helpless animals. Words are not enough to express our gratitude,” added Mayor Foster.

For those wishing to continue to #SpreadLove in Clarington and make donations to the Animal Shelter, you can now do so online at www.clarington.net/donate.

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