Hearts For Hope
Hearts for Hope is a fund created by Bones for Homes by Elijah to help treat illness and injuries that are all too often common among shelter animals. Most prevalent among these problems is heartworms. We see FAR too many dogs come into the shelter suffering from this parasitic infestation, which is easily preventable for less than $10 a month. Though this condition is completely curable treating it can be expensive and therefore heartworms are often a death sentence to shelter dogs. It is our goal to remove this obstacle and open the roadway to happy, healthy lives for these dogs.
When you donate to Hearts for Hope, 100% of your donation will go directly to medical care for an at risk animal in the shelter or foster care.
Every donation $10 and above will receive a heart like the one below placed on our Hearts for Hope page. These hearts can be customized with any name and city. (one name per $10 donation)
Every donation $50 and above will receive a similar GOLD colored heart to be place on our Hearts for Hope page with name and city. (up to five names per $50 donation)
Every donation $100 and above will receive a green heart that will be place on the main page of our website, Bones for Homes by Eljiah, with name and city. (Up to five names per $100)
All hearts will also be showcased on our facebook page, Bones for Homes by Elijah.
Please Donate!! With your donation please include the names and city you would like featured on our page.
Currently these Meeko and Piper are waiting for treatment. Help us help them!
Franky needs our help! We need to raise another $200 to pay for his heartworm treatment! That means we need to reach $460 of or goal. I know we can do this! Let's give Franky another chance at a happy, healthy life!
So exciting!! Piper will be starting treatment today! Thank you!! Please share our campaign with others! There are still many more animals that need our help! Thank you!
FANTASTIC NEWS!! Meeko is SAFE!! Piper and many other dogs still need our help!!! Please donate and share. Sharing saves lives!