Any kind of giving is noble. But sometimes you’d like to help out in ways that you know don’t involve subsidizing the Big Charity CEO’s new hot tub.
Here are some causes that mean a lot to me:
Are you a US veteran? Or is someone in your family serving overseas while you run the business? If you’ve made that kind of sacrifice for the US of A, I’d like to offer you some free help on your local visibility. (Read more.)
My wife, Stefanie, volunteered at a different nearby cat shelter, Paws of Plainville, for over 3 years. We donated money, too. We adopted the first of our three cats, Peanut, from the shelter. (Peanut is a star – having appeared in several of my posts.) Before we met Peanut there, it was volunteers who chipped in to give her veterinary care that saved her life.
That shelter has closed, but there are other cats around here that also need help.
Want some quick, clear, and realistic local SEO advice, but don’t necessarily want to “hire” me or anyone else at the moment? Well, just donate to the cats and show me the receipt. You’ll make some fluffy friends, and I’ll provide help proportionate to how much you’ve given. (If you’re not sure how much to donate for me to answer your question(s), please ask me first.)
We adopted our other 2 cats, brothers Smudge and Smokey, from this shelter. Baypath is good at fundraising, but there’s never enough. Same deal I described a minute ago: if you donate to the shelter and show me the receipt, I’ll be glad to help you proportionately.
People who come to America and work hard for their families have my utmost respect. Learning English is one of many hurdles, and it’s a big one. I was an ESL tutor for a year, and know how much work is involved for learners, teachers, and tutors. As with the cats, if you donate to The Literacy Center I’m good for some free local-search help.