The New York-based Greek America Foundation has launched a week-long fundraising and awareness campaign to support two animal welfare organizations in Greece.
The campaign, which was launched on World Stray Animal Day, or April 4, has a goal to raise $2,500 which will be split evenly between Animal Welfare Karpathos and the Souda Shelter Project in Hania, Crete.
Both organizations are doing critical work to save and rehabilitate abandoned dogs and cats that have found their way in the streets.
The campaign is part of the Greek America Foundation’s Project Hope for Greece campaign, which aims to support qualifying Greece-based charitable organizations with financial support and awareness in North America.
In addition to the two animal welfare groups supported by the Foundation, six children charities are part of the program and have received $40,000 in grants since 2019.
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