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Thanks to all of you LOVEly people out there who donated a total of over $1500 to the Richard and Julie L. Moreland Heart Fund! YOU have funded (and saved the lives of) at least two dogs who need expensive heartworm treatments! As the saying goes, "It takes a village." Of course, you can always donate to the Richard and Julie L. Moreland Heart Fund at any time.

The Save Our Siberians - Siberspace Rescue Fund (SOS-SRF) is an organization which raises and disburses funds to assist Siberian Husky rescue groups and individuals with non-routine expenses incurred for rescue dogs. This might include paying for heartworm treatment or making a contribution towards major surgery or multiple medical expenses. Applications for funds must be submitted to our rescue coordinator. Our application can be accessed by clicking on the link to the left. Visit our "rescue cases" link to read about the over 700 dogs we've helped since we were formed in 1998.

Our original fundraising idea was to auction items created from yarn spun from the undercoat of our Siberian Huskies and use the proceeds to benefit dogs in rescue. This has now expanded to a twice-yearly Internet auction of Siberian Husky related items (see the "auction" link above for more information). We also raise funds through the sale of SOS-SRF and Sibernet-L logo items and other Husky related items through our on-line Storefront.

In addition to donating through PayPal (see above - we accept credit cards!) you can also donate through our Facebook Fundraising page. Shop at Amazon, one of the many stores in the iGive program or our Cafe Press stores using the links below. (Visit our Storefront page for more information.)

CafePress   iGive

The SOS-SRF is a non-profit organization in the United States of America as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service pursuant to Section 501(c)(3), et seq. of the Internal Revenue Code.

Ukrainian FlagWe made a substantial contribution to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (click here) to help dogs affected by the war in Ukraine. The IFAW sends food and supplies to relief workers and other organizations going into Ukraine, and grants emergency funds to support animals in need. They've provided much-needed vet care to cats, dogs and other animals crossing into Poland with their owners.

Fall Auction Penelope Brown donated this poster through FaceBook. A little picture in the sidebar just didn't do it justice. Thank-you Penelope!

(Click on it to be taken to the auction.)