One Love Animal Rescue Group of Mt. Laurel have announced that they have received much needed sponsorship funds from Target Property Management to help them in their mission to rescue homeless animals.
One Love is always in need of corporate partners who understand how the community benefits from their efforts to help homeless pets and educate the public about responsible pet ownership. With the help of individuals and companies in thearea, One Love is better equipped to deal with the never-ending demands of caring for homeless animals and finding permanent placement for them.
“We are so pleased to have the support of our friends at Target Property Management,” One Love Co-founder Dawn Hullings said. “Community involvement is critical to our success, and we hope that more businesses follow Target’s lead and get involved in whatever way they can.”
One Love spends an average of $600 — $700 on each pet in their rescue.
Compare that to their adoption fee of $325 for an adult dog, and it is clear that financial support is always needed.
To draw more assistance, One Love recently launched their corporate sponsorship program. To learn more about becoming a sponsor, please visit their website and check out their “Sponsors” tab.
Target Property Management (Target PM) has become One Love’s first “Gold Corporate Sponsor.”
The company is strongly tied to the community.
The firm handles property operations from tenant relations to financial management of rent payments and oversees all aspects of property care and maintenance.
To help support their neighborhoods, community service has always been a core value at Target PM.
To them, being a leader in property management also means being a good neighbor, so they are focused on improving the communities in which their clients and employees live.
Because animal overpopulation is a common problem that continues to overwhelm available resources, Target PM executives and staff are committed to helping One Love Animal Rescue in their mission to provide solutions, education, and animal welfare in the local area.