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Recruiting for Good Launches Pet Philanthropy Program to Collaboratively Fundraise for Kitt Crusaders an Animal Rescue Organization
Date:6/26/2012

Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) June 26, 2012

Socially progressive job placement agency Recruiting for Good has recently launched Collaborative Philanthropy for Pets, a unique and exciting program that raises funds to financially empower pet parents to care for dogs, cats, birds and other beloved household animals. Money is generated through contacts to provide pet owners with pet insurance, vet services, pet boarding, pet food, dog grooming, animal training, play care and more. 50% of monies raised are also donated to benefit Kitt Crusaders, a Los Angeles based non-profit organization that rescues cats and places them in homes.

"Last year over 17,000 innocent pets unnecessarily lost their life in LA Shelters." NKLA.org

Recruiting for Good has been successful in placing computer and engineering professionals into the work force for the past fourteen years. When a job is filled through an introduced contact and money is generated, Recruiting for Good will pay five percent of proceeds towards services to benefit the referrer’s pet. Recruiting for Good matches monies raised and donates proceeds to Kitt Crusaders’ pet rescue efforts.

“Every day, you work to build a network of contacts on Facebook, Google, Twitter and LinkedIn, and they sell access to your friends for billions of dollars,” says Carlos Cymerman, President and Founder of Recruiting for Good. “Why not utilize your contacts to actually make a difference by caring for your pet and donating to pet causes?”

In addition, Recruiting for Good is gifting $1,000 to Kitt Crusaders for each referred candidate placed.

More information about Collaborative Fundraising for Pets can be obtained by viewing this informative video: http://www.recruitingforgood.com/fundraise-for-pets

Background
Recruiting for Good, has been connecting talented technical professionals since 1998 and is supported by a group of IT recruiters with 30 years of collective experience; dedicated to working collaboratively to fundraise and rescue pets.The team has worked with major corporations such as JD Powers Associates, Wells Fargo, Aramark, Disney and Fox. Recruiting for Good is committed to Care Collaborate & Share.

Kitt Crusaders is a non-profit animal rescue organization founded in 2010 by Mary Tonden. They network and rescue cats and kittens (among other types of pets) from local L.A. City and. County shelters (as well as the streets) to save them from being killed. They raise money, provide veterinary care, and match 'em up with fosters or adopters. They hold adoption events every weekend, and place these rescued animals in forever homes. For more information, please contact Mary(at)KittCrusaders(dot)com

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/CollaborativeFundraising/RecruitingtoRescuePets/prweb9636626.htm.


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