I designed an enamel pin inspired by my cat, Pixel, and her love for terrorizing our house plants. She can be yours for a $12 donation to my Chicago marathon fundraiser supporting the Anti-Cruelty Society in Chicago.
This is a photo-realistic mockup of an enamel pin I designed to support my fundraising efforts. While they are currently in production with the manufacturer, you can claim one of these if you donate at least $12 to my Chicago Marathon fundraiser benefitting the Anti-Cruelty Society in Chicago between now and October 31st, 2017.
With a mission of building a community of caring by helping pets and educating people, the Anti-Cruelty Society’s comprehensive programs and services help over 50,000 animals and humans. In addition to the incredible things they already do for animals and families in their community, this summer, ACS accepted over 80 homeless cats and dogs that were displaced from shelters as a result of Hurricane Harvey. They are now available for adoption in Chicago! I personally adopted my cat, Pixel, at a shelter in Indiana, but I know many people who have either adopted a pet or fostered animals through ACS. It’s a great organization.
Here’s a size reference. It’s itty bitty! These are 1.375 inch die-struck iron soft enamel pins with 1 military clutch on the back.
100% of donations go straight to the organization. No middle (wo)man. I will be notified by ACS once your donation is complete. Please read the notes below:
• Send your mailing address to my email address here upon donation completion (or message me via Instagram or Twitter)
• SHIPS LATE OCTOBER
• U.S. shipping only
• Shipping is covered by the $12 cost. Woohoo!
• Limit 1 pin per donation (contact me for special requests)
• Use the button below to donate
Thank you so much for your consideration.