CAAR Kennel Sponsorship
Sponsor a kennel at Charlie's Angels Animal Rescue's Safe Haven shelter and provide a homeless pet a second chance by giving it a warm and safe place to stay until he or she is adopted into a permanent, loving home.
Dog kennel sponsorships are only $35 per month and cat room sponsorships are only $25 per month. In return, a kennel sponsorship allows you to market your product or service to the hundreds of animal-lovers from Buncombe, Henderson and Transylvania counties (and other locations, near and far) who pass through the Safe Haven shelter every month. Or you can use your sponsorship to honor or memorialize your pet or some other loved one.
A kennel sponsorship entitles you to:
• A plaque with your name or your business' name and website or phone number on a kennel or by the cat room (“in memory of” and “in honor of” options available)
• A place to display your company brochure (standard-sized only)
• Recognition on our Facebook page, with thousands of followers, thanking you for your sponsorship
• A mention in one of Charlie's Angels e-newsletters
In addition, you'll have the pride of knowing that you are supporting a nationally recognized rescue where every dollar you spend goes directly to saving animals. All sponsorships are for a minimum of one year. Payments can be made monthly or on an annual basis via check or PayPal. The sponsorships are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Interested in a kennel sponsorship? Simply complete the sponsorship form and it will automatically be sent to us by email. If you’d like to download the form and send a printed copy by mail, click here for the form, then mail it to 5526 Hendersonville Rd., Fletcher, NC 28732 or email it to email@example.com.
If you have questions or would like additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Shelia Stine, Board Member, by phone at (828) 243-3733.
Thank you for your interest. It is only because of the generosity of our sponsors and supporters that we are able to save dogs and cats at risk of euthanasia every day.