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October 9, 2014

Halo, Purely for Pets has become the founding sponsor for LoveAnimals.org, a nonprofit crowdfunding site focused on supporting animal projects.

Site users can donate to non-profit efforts, help launch commercial inventions, back artists and more.

LoveAnimals.org has leveraged this new crowdfunding technology to create a large global platform just for animal projects. Groups or individuals can easily create a fundraising project for a 501c3 organization that helps animals, both domestic pets and wildlife. And, people looking for worthy projects to back can search for an effort that strikes a chord with them. Donations range from $2 to the $1000’s.

“We recognized the potential for LoveAnimals.org to be a game changer for animals because of its focus, innovative technology and the team’s passion for the work they do,” said David Yaskulka, vice president of marketing communications at Halo. “We’re proud to support an effort that has such wide scale impact for animals and the people who care about them.”

Halo’s sponsorship will help LoveAnimals.org promote the platform to a wider audience of both nonprofits and donors. In addition, it will enable LoveAnimals.org to provide support to the organizations using the technology to help animals.

“We are thrilled to partner with Halo,” said Sarah Timms, LoveAnimals.org founder and CEO. “Halo is known for its unrelenting support of animals in need and we know that, together, we can connect with the organizations that need funding and the people who are looking for purposeful projects to support.”

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