During the month of November Pasco Friends of Animal Services was the featured charitable giving organization at the Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office. Pasco Friends of Animal Services is dedicated to enriching the lives of pets at the Pasco County Animal Shelter and improving the likelihood of adoption into loving homes. The primary focus of this campaign was to build up the medical fund which will help enhance the health, welfare and environment of sheltered animals. $11,154.19 was collected to help achieve that goal.
“We are humbled by the level of support the residents of Pasco County has continued to provide to help all of the unfortunate animals that find themselves abandoned, lost and scared in care of Pasco County Animal Services, commented Michael Cox, Advisor to the non-profit’s Board of Directors. “On behalf of the voiceless animals, THANK YOU!”
“On behalf of our staff please accept our heartiest of thanks for the generosity of our community” states Tax Collector Mike Fasano. “The funds that were collected during the month of November will go a long way towards not only providing what could be lifesaving medical care for the shelter animals, it will be used to prepare the animals for potential adoption into a forever home.”
For more information about the charitable giving programs and other services at the Pasco Tax Collector’s Office please visit www.pascotaxes.com or call Greg Giordano, Assistant Tax Collector/ Communications & Special Projects at 727-847-8179. For more information regarding Pasco Friends of Animal Services please visit the website http://fpcas.org/wordpress/ or contact Michael Cox at 727-815-3010.
[PHOTO – from left to right – Tax Collector Mike Fasano; Supervisor Carlton Francis; Customer Service Representative Tyler Albritton; Assistant Manager Harriette Sorezza; Abby Cox, Friends of Animal Services; Supervisor Janice Reda; Darlene Green, Friends of Animal Services; Supervisor Mikala Ballard; Customer Service Representative Lauren Mazzone; Mike Shumate, Manager of Pasco Animal Services & Michael Cox, Friends of Animal Services]