210 Union Street Braintree, MA 02184

Main Phone: (781) 848-9300

Toyota of Braintree My Charity Choice Program


FURRR – Feline Rescue, Rehabilitation, Retirement

Toyota of Braintree January 2017 My Charity Choice Winner

FURRR - Feline Rescue, Rehabilitation, Retirement

Description:
FuRRR is a non-profit, no kill, and cage free rescue. We specialize in elderly, special needs and at risk of euthanasia cats and kittens.

Contact Information:

10 Main St. Unit 99, Gonic, NH

Website: http://www.furrr.org

Email: adoption@furrr.org

(603) 948-6333


Toys AUcross America

Toyota of Braintree December 2016 My Charity Choice Winner

Toys AUcross America

Description:
Congratulations to our December, "My Charity Choice" contest winner, Toys AUcross America Putting a smile on the face of autism one toy at a time!

Contact Information:

Like Us on Facebook!

toysaucrossamerica@gmail.com


C.A.R.E. Charity Winner

Toyota of Braintree November 2016 My Charity Choice Winner

C.A.R.E.: Center for Animal Rescue and Education, Southcoast

Description:
Center for Animal Rescue and Education, Southcoast An all volunteer, no-kill animal shelter in Acushnet, MA. Our physical shelter has cats only, while our dogs can be seen in foster homes by appointment.

Contact Information:

111 Main St., Acushnet, MA

www.caresouthcoast.com

(508) 994-0220


FURRR Charity Winner

Toyota of Braintree October 2016 My Charity Choice Winner

FURRR: Feline Rescue, Rehabilitation, Retirement

Description:
"The mission of FuRRR- Feline Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Retirement is a non-profit, no-kill organization. We offer a cage-free environment to our kitties so that they can socialize with each other and our volunteers."

Contact Information:

10 Main St. Unit 99, Gonic, NH 03839

http://www.furrr.org/


The Service Dog Project Charity Winner

Toyota of Braintree September 2016 My Charity Choice Winner

The Service Dog Project

Description:
"The mission of Service Dog Project, Inc. is to increase the number of service dogs available to people who are mobility-impaired."

Contact Information:

37 Boxford Rd Ipswich, MA 01938

(978) 356-0666


The Odd Cat Sanctuary

Toyota of Braintree August 2016 My Charity Choice Winner

The Odd Cat Sanctuary

Description:
The mission of The Odd Cat Sanctuary is to help find homes for the abandoned and neglected cats that come our way, particularly those with special needs.

P. O. Box 987, Methuen, MA  01844
theoddcatsanctuary@gmail.com

(978) 242-7906


Toyota of Braintree July 2016 My Charity Choice Winner

Survivor Tails Animal Rescue

Suvivor Tails Animal Rescue July Charity Winner

Survivor Tails Animal Rescue is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that exists to rescue, rehome, and rehabilitate homeless, unwanted, abused, and neglected dogs and cats and place them in loving and responsible forever homes. They also aim to decrease the euthanasia rates of our high-kill shelter partners by promoting adoption and educating the public on the importance of spaying/neutering and microchipping their pets.

Contact Information:

11 Standish Rd Hull, MA 02045

info@survivortails.org



Toyota of Braintree June 2016 My Charity Choice Winner
Service Dog Project, Inc.
Service Dog Project Inc. Charity Winner

 

The mission of Service Dog Project, Inc. is to increase the number of service dogs available to people who are mobility-impaired.

Contact Information:

37 Boxford Rd., Ipswich, MA 01938

info@servicedogproject.org

978-356-0666



Toyota of Braintree May 2016 My Charity Choice Winner
Service Dog Project, Inc.
Service Dog Project Inc. Charity Winner

 

The mission of Service Dog Project, Inc. is to increase the number of service dogs available to people who are mobility-impaired.

Contact Information:

37 Boxford Rd., Ipswich, MA 01938

info@servicedogproject.org

978-356-0666


Toyota of Braintree April 2016 My Charity Choice Winner
Jesse Heikkila Foundation
Jesse Heikkila Foundation Charity Winner

The Jesse Heikkila Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization created in memory of Jesse Heikkila, who passed away at the tender age of 7 after a five year battle with Stage IV Neuroblastoma cancer. Their mission is to raise funds for childhood cancer research and to encourage community involvement motivating everyone to be an advocate for children with cancer.

 

Contact Information:

71 Fuller St. Middleboro, MA 02346
info@jesse.foundation

508-946-6071


Toyota of Braintree March 2016 My Charity Choice Winner
Angelcat Haven Feline Rescue
The Odd Cat Sanctuary

The mission of The Odd Cat Sanctuary is to help find homes for the abandoned and neglected cats that come our way, particularly those with special needs.

 

Contact Information:

P.O. Box 987, Methuen, MA 01844

theoddcatsanctuary@gmail.com

(978) 242-7906


Toyota of Braintree February 2016 My Charity Choice Winner
Angelcat Haven Feline Rescue
Toyota of Braintree Charity Winner  

Angelcat Haven is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing the homeless

and stray cats in Plainville, MA and surrounding towns in need of a HAVEN while waiting for their 

loving new homes.

 

Contact Information:

P. O. Box 2261  Plainville, MA  02762

info@angelcathaven.com

Phone: 508-203-4240


Toyota of Braintree January 2016 My Charity Choice Winner
Last Hope K9 Rescue

Last Hope K9 Resuce Charity Winner

Last Hope K9 Rescue is an all-breed rescue dedicated to saving abandoned, neglected, and abused dogs from high-kill shelters throughout the United States.

 

Contact Information:

71 Commercial Street, #184 Boston, MA 02109

info@lasthopek9.org

Fax: 617-300-8944


Toyota of Braintree December 2015 My Charity Choice Winner
Have A Sammi Kinda Day Fund

The "Have A Sammi Kinda Day" Fund is a non-profit organization created for the happiness of children, in memory of Samantha Rose Theodore. Samantha felt that some children did not have the opportunity to enjoy "life's little pleasures" like attending camp, a prom, a concert or a sporting event. She knew someone needed to help, and little did she know that all along "that someone" was her.

Contact Information

PO Box 3514 Plymouth, MA 02361

info@haveasammikindaday.com

1(508) 759-7382


Toyota of Braintree November 2015 My Charity Choice Winner
Lucy's Love Bus
Lucy's Love Bus Charity Winner
Lucy's Love Bus is custom designed to fit a massage table in the back, with a pop-top to allow room for a massage therapist to stand while working on a client! Lucy's Love Bus is mostly spotted at parades and fundraising events, or can even visit a workplace to show the wonders of integrative therapies.

Contact Information:
(857) 277-1984
info@lucyslovebus.org

Toyota of Braintree October 2015 My Charity Choice Winner
Last Hope K9 Rescue
Toyota of Braintree October Charity Winner

LHK9 Rescue is an all-breed rescue dedicated to saving abandoned, neglected, and abused dogs from high-kill shelters throughout the United States.

Contact Information:
71 Commercial Street, #184 Boston, MA 02109
Fax Number: 1 (617) 300-8944
General Information: www.lasthopek9.org


Toyota of Braintree September 2015 My Charity Choice Winner
Boston's Forgotten Felines

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The streets of Boston are flooded with homeless cats and kittens. Some were abandoned, while others are feral, (offspring of those abandon's cats). Boston's Forgotten Felines help find these cats a forever home.
 
Contact Information:
 
catlady228@aol.com

Toyota of Braintree August 2015 My Charity Choice Winner

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Missing Dogs Massachusetts (MDM) is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that works to reunite missing, and found dogs with their families. MDM works cooperatively with animal control officers, rescues, shelters, law enforcement, and the media.
 
Contact Information:
 
300 Andover Street Suite 258
Peabody, MA 01960
(884) 432-3686

Toyota of Braintree July 2015 My Charity Choice Winner
Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts

Toyota of Braintree July Charity Winner

This donation will be directed to Care South Coast Center for Animal Rescue and Education. Each year an estimated 5-6 million pets are euthanized in shelter due to lack of space, C.A.R.E. works to assist families and individuals experiencing financial hardship with spay/neuter services. All pets in our sheltering program receive medical care, vaccinations, feline leukemia testing and are spayed and neutered before they are made available for adoption. For more information, visit www.caresouthcoast.com
Contact Information:
Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts
30 Cornell Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
(508) 996-8254
Craig Dutra
President; 508-996-8253: Extension 201

Toyota of Braintree June 2015 My Charity Choice Winner
Survivor Tails Animal Rescue

Toyota of Braintree June Charity Winner

Survivor Tails Animal Rescue is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that exists to rescue, rehome, and rehabilitate homeless, unwanted, abused, and neglected dogs and cats and place them in loving and responsible forever homes.
We aim to decrease the euthanasia rates of our high-kill shelter partners by promoting adoption and educating the public on the importance of spaying/neutering and microchipping their pets.
Lastly, we strive to maintain a network of dependable foster families, capable veterinarians, and experienced trainers to ensure preparedness of our rescued pets for healthy, fulfilling lives in their adoptive homes.


Contact Information:

info@survivortails.org


CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR MAY 2015 WINNER

Cops For Kids With Cancer

This charity began as a golf rivalry between Captain Dow's Boston Police team and members of Ireland's Garda Siochana, led by Detective Pat Hanlon.  That small group determined that the event should raise funds to be donated to a local hospital, specifically to help children with cancer. Here we are, over a decade later, carrying on their wonderful mission.
We've grown a bit, with a 20-plus person Board of Directors, active and retired police officers and friends of law enforcement.  All are volunteers, receiving no salaries. We all work very hard to plan events and keep our overhead to a minimum.  The funds we raise go to people directly involved in the care of children with cancer, with each family typically receiving $5,000.  There are many organizations raising money for important research, but our goal is to help the children and their caregivers through this most difficult crisis.
For several years, we only made donations to the children's oncology units at Mass. General Hospital and the Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center.  The donation was specifically earmarked for items or activities that would make an extended hospital stay a little less daunting.  Although we still continue those donations, in 2008 the Board of Directors established a process to get sorely needed funds to individual families caught in the web of pediatric cancer.  In addition to the crushing emotional toll taken, there is a financial domino effect in having a child diagnosed with cancer.  Most often, one parent must leave a job.  Some treatments are not fully covered by insurance.  It's expensive to come to the city every day to be with your child - gas costs, parking fees and meals can sometimes add as much as $100 a week to a budget already cut in half.  Families, once solvent, now find themselves on the financial brink.
To learn more click here
Contact: Tel. #781-843-3904

PAST WINNERS
April 2015
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