Helping Hands for Hearts Fund for 2015

Listed below are the donors and the dogs who were assisted by the Helping Hands for Hearts (HHH) Fund for 2015.

Your contributions to the Helping Hands for Hearts (HHH) Fund helped us save 259 heartworm positive dogs by providing them with a second chance at life. Click here to see all of the dogs assisted in 2015. Click here to make a donation – we thank you for your support!

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2015 Donor List for the HHH Fund
Thank you to the following contributors:

Diana Berkstresser; Jennifer Siegert; Elisa Grier; Ken Siegert & Rick Thompson, in loving memory of their dog, Daisy; Linda Siegert / Collars of Hope Creations; Jennifer McNamara; The Smiths, in memory of John & Roberta Santoro’s dog, Parker; Dorian Edwin / Creations for Castaway Canines, in memory of her dog, Trae; The Zola Family Fund; To Love a Canine Rescue’s Mini Paws (junior volunteers), from their “Saving Southern Souls” fundraiser; Michael & Lissa Murphy; Sherry Hutchison & Michael Adams, in loving memory of their dog, Bella Bug; Mimi Luong; Kathy & Randy Bourgeois, in memory of Georgia Adams; Jim & Amy Riley; Margaret & Irv Ellis; Peggy Marshall; Melissa Feeney, in honor of Susan Blakeney; Gift & Associates, LLC; Bishop Feehan High School Animal Rights Council, from their bake sales; Karon Harrold; Kristin & Rusty Baksa; Anne & Patrick Killeen

Thank you to the following contributors who gave in memory of Mona Hatch:

Ron & Carolyn Deering, Connie Nester, Madlyn Hanes, Ann Altman Hollingshead, Joyce & Tom Harmon, Duane & Anita Brown, Linda & Ronald Swor, Linda & David Butts, Chris & Doris Vail, Patrick Abbott & the Kiwanis Club of Marietta, Jacqueline Hatch, Jennifer Hatch, Tom & Sue Hatch, Jim & Phyliss Hatch, and Nichole Wernert, in memory of Mona Hatch; The Ingersoll Rand Legal Department and the Industrial Legal Team (Michelle, Erin, Kim, Christian and John), and Tami Evans & Chris Scott, Ellen Kruser, and Jimmy & Terri Cumbie, in memory of Melissa Bitting’s mother, Mona Hatch; The Greensward View Cul-de-sac Family (The Bacak Family, The Bastanpour Family, The El Farnawaney Family, The Granto Family, The Hayman Family, The Martin Family, The Ramos Family and The Somers Family); in memory of their dear neighbor, Mona Hatch; Liz Wilson & Bob Newton, The Board, Administration & Staff of Penn Highlands DuBois, Roxanne Masisak, The Faculty & Staff of Penn State DuBois, DuBois Continuum of Care Community, Dubois Educational Foundation, and Shane & Laura Pentz, in memory of Melanie Hatch’s mother, Mona Hatch; Patricia & Gerald Davis, Lisa & Anthony Parsons, and Ashley & Lyndon Parsons, in memory of their aunt, Mona Hatch

2015 Dogs Assisted Through the HHH Fund

Fozzy
$100

Charlie
$100

Joey
$100

Millie
$100

Bentley
$100

Dalinda
$100

Oliver
$100

Mickey
$100

Samantha
$100

Huck
$100

Gus
$100

Victoria
$100

Renee
$100

Anita
$100

Ryder
$100

Elvis
$100

Holly
$100

Milo
$100

Kaylynn
Soon

Thad
$100

Jersey
$100

Helen
$100

Clarissa
$100

Alvin
$100

Charlotte
$100

Chloe
$100

Mabel
$100

Cynthia
$50

Randi
$100

Dundee
$100

Trish
$50

Rue
$100

Bandit
$100

Eva
$100

Ferguson
$100

Hank
$100

Peggy
$100

Oscar
$100

Becky
$100

Leanne
$100

Emma
$100

Georgia
$100

Roscoe
$100

Jenkins
$100

Lucille
$100

Hilda
$100

Treasure
$50

Rocky
$100

Candace
$100

Maddox
$100

Addie
$100

Scotty
$100

Mendy
$50

Marilyn
$100

Freckles
$100

Paisley
$100

Nadeline
$50

Kirby
$100

Sherman
$100

Preston
$100

Brewster
$100

Arabella
$100

LaJean
$100

Honey
$100

Mario
$100

Mack
$100

Dave
$50

Tank
$100

Lilly
$100

Kenny
$100

Claire
$100

Quincy
$100

Ponyboy
$100

Aladdin
$100

Chelle
$50

Fifer
$100

Lolly
$100

Apollo
$100

Kentucky
$100

Benita
$100

Thor
$50

Maxine
$100

Yoda
$100

Gertie
$100

Dakota
$100

Mia
$100

Duke
$100

Wyatt
$100

Bear
$100

Peaches
$100

Veronica
$100

Coco
$100

Frederick
$100

Sunny
$100

Cindy
$100

Harmon
$100

Oscar
$100

Maximus
$100

Yafa
$100

Raymond
$100

Beau
$100

Rose
$100

Marla
$50

Mocha
$50

Bo
$100

Jake
$100

Tiger
$100

Riley
$150

Sylvia
$100

Beefie
$150

Miranda
$100

Rex
$150

Cassie
$50

Joslyn
$100

Timmy
$100

Murdock
$150

Esmerelda
$100

Emmitt
$50

Josey
$100

Davidson
$100

Ida
$100

Blackie
$100

Shiloh
$100

Byron
$150

Heidi
$150

Lady
$50

Taylor
$50

Missy
$50

Emma
$100

Chloe
$100

Bonnie
$100

Pascal
$100

Forest
$100

Gilbert
$100

Stella
$100

Piper
$50

Phoebe
$100

Dale
$100

Frankie
$50

Hershey
$100

Courtney
$100

Precious
$50

Annie
$100

Jasper
$50

Maurice
$100

Jasper
$50

Husky
$100

Laker
$100

Hemi
$100

Zeek
$100

Snow
$50

Lucky
$150

Jack
$100

Ruby
$100

Luke
$50

Keebler
$100

Russell
$100

Clifford
$100

Marie
$100

Baloo
$100

Holden
$100

Randall
$100

Donna
$100

Tucker
$100

Beau
$100

Darwin
$100

Ticker
$100

Hank
$100

Sue Ellen
$100

Trigger
$100

Anabel
$100

Brody
$100

Sasha
$100

Annie
$50

Simone
$100

Bailey
$100

Polly
$50

Ramona
$100

Kira
$100

Gabriel
$100

Iris
$100

Bodie
$100

Mona Lisa
$100

Buddy
$100

Ella
$100

Jack
$100

Sugarbear
$100

Jeffrey
$100

Chase
$100

Spark
$100

Raymond
$100

Joe
$100

Lola
$100

Kalyn
$50

Tex
$100

Nathan
$100

Bambi
$50

Logan
$100

Rollo
$100

Marla
$100

General
$100

Stacey
$100

Mustang
$100

Emily
$100

Jacks
$50

Cesara
$100

Emily
$100

Cayden
$100

Glenna
$100

Tank
$100

Layla
$100

Miles
$100

Beret
$100

Amelia
$100

Ava
$100

Daisy
$50

Ragon
$100

Sparkle
$50

Chloe
$100

Walker
$100

Lexi
$100

Taylor
$100

Johnny
$100

KJ
$100

Scrappy
$50

Gibson
$50

Bruno
$100

Jake
$100

Browney
$100

Princess
$100

Triton
$100

Salt
$100

Kodak
$100

McBee
$50

Honey
$50

Jean
$100

Laverne
$100

Sandy
$50

Belia
$50

Johnson
$50

Banner
$50

Tani
$100

Maizie
$100

One Time
$50

Rocco
$100

Goofy
$100

Cici
$100

Tessa
$100

Serena
$100

Charlotte
$100

Alan
$100

Lindsey
$100

Gabriel
$100

Zoey
$100

Winnie
$100

Mila
$100

259 heartworm positive dogs assisted in 2015.
$24,350 spent from the Helping Hands for Hearts Fund.

Heartworm Disease in Dogs

You might also find these links helpful:

You’ve heard it before – your dogs should be on heartworm preventatives (preferably year-round, so that you don’t forget to start again!). Some might say that it’s too expensive. It’s about $150 for a year’s supply of preventative and for the cost of the test… or about 40 cents a day. That cost is well worth it when you consider the pain heartworms will cause your beloved pet, and the pain of potentially losing your pet to something that you can prevent.
Take a look at all of the dogs who have received assistance just this year through the Helping Hands for Hearts fund, and please make a donation.
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