Audrey and Ellie Adams came into Sadie's K9 Stay & Play today with their grandma to drop off a donation and to check out the doggies. Audrey had a lemonade stand last summer and donated all the proceeds ($44.34) to SCARS. We think this family is really special and
Thank you so much to all of our supporters who came out to enjoy our first ever puppy yoga classes during March 2018. The fundraiser was a smashing success and we’re happy to announce that we raised over $1,300! There were many laughs, lots of cuddles and puppy selfies,
We want to say thank you to the three Animal Rescue classes and teacher, Sylvia MacInnes, from FR Haythorne Junior High School, in Sherwood Park. They have been fundraising for us, AGAIN!, and have donated $200 towards better lives for our rescued animals. We are very grateful for their efforts.
These parents have a reason to be proud! SCARS sends a huge THANKS to Kayah and her parents! Our daughter, Kayah Brown turned 7 on February 10, 2018. I follow SCARS and we came across Trapper's tragic story. Kayah was very touched by the 3-legged pup and asked if
Every year Christian Gersdorff has a fundraiser in memory of Yoda, his Frenchie that died in a tragic car crash. Over the years, this fundraiser has added many thousands of dollars to SCARS operating budget. This year, Christian and his friends raised $2,000 to help SCARS animals. Please join
This past Family Day, our volunteers picked up a donation of straw for our Walls 4 Winter pet shelter program. Thank you to the St. Albert Fire Fighters Union for this generous donation that will help pets in rural communities stay warm this winter. To learn more about W4W,
Thank you to Maureen MacKay and everyone at WC Media Inc. for donating the print and display of 5,000 4x6 postcards in support of SCARS! These beautiful postcards are on display at all of the locations listed below! EDMONTON Downtown Citadel Theatre 9829-101 ave Cosmos 10810 124 St NW
Many thanks to the 24th Sherwood Park Brownies who are located in Ardrossan. The girls and leaders made heart-shaped dog toys by hand and donated them to SCARS. We really appreciate their efforts and we know the dogs will, too!
More and more often, kids are donating to charities like SCARS in lieu of getting birthday gifts. When she turned six, Aurelia (Auri) decided there were enough toys around her house. She saw the good life that her own pets have and wanted to help rescued animals. For her
Hi SCARS! For the second year in a row, my daughter Charleigh asked for donations for her birthday in lieu of gifts! She turned five and was super excited to give back again. Today we dropped them off at the Strathcona Community Hospital which is a donation drop-off location