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Friends for Florida Favors Big Cat Rescue

On June 7, 2008 the Ed Department enjoyed hosting a visit from the Friends for Florida.  Emily, Nick, Jordan, Jeremy & Cameron requested a tour to see our cats, and present a donation. Todd Mark, the group advisor said that this group started when his son was asking important questions about the wrongs he would see around him and what he could do to help.  So with Todd’s help Jordan gathered a group of friends and started doing fundraising while researching worthy recipients locally. These young people are learning firsthand how they can Read More

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2008-Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School Philanthropy Project Benefits Big Cat Rescue

  The Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School of Palo Alto, California has an inspiring program and some amazing students. Seventh graders presented $57,000 to 46 charities at their annual Avodah L’Olam (work for the world) ceremony. Students raised funds through a variety of activities and then voted to determine the final allocation to the various organizations. Big Cat Rescue was truly fortunate to be chosen by Ms. Parker Levinson for this project. Through this year-long curriculum, Parker utilized interviewing, researching and critical thinking Read More

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June 2006

The Earth Force Club of Admiral Farragut Academy in St. Petersburg is advised by Mr. Michael Andrusis . His students are dedicated to helping preserve the natural surroundings we all enjoy. Since his class attended a field trip here in October they decided we would be a good choice for their donation. The students raised funds by each raising twenty dollars to purchase a concrete block for a “Memory Lane” walking path. They would then paint their favorite memory of the school year with the school colors on their block. This is Mr. Andrusis Read More

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May 2006

We have two supporters we’d like you to know about. They’ve inspired us by their generous spirits. Dana Clements, a 3rd grade teacher at Westchase Elementary created a fundraiser with her class and Mrs. West's AGP classes participated. They sold freezer pops. They made over $400.00. The students each made a poster to be displayed around the school. A group of students were responsible for one color freeze pop. They had to tally each pop sold to determine the most popular color sold. Blue one! Way to go kids and thank you teachers! Sara, a Read More