Or you can send a tax deductible donation check made out to:
“Marathon Animal Rescue”
to the address below:
Marathon Animal Rescue
P.O. Box 888
Antioch, IL 60002
My next challenge will be on 6-19-21 in Oregon at the 50 mile Old Cascadia Mountain race featuring 12,500 feet of climbing!! I will be running in support of two no kill rescue organizations, the Cascade Canine Rescue and the Humane Society of the Ochocos
OLD CASCADIA 50
CHARITY STATE 37 - OREGON
IN SUPPORT OF THE CASCADE CANINE RESCUE AND THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF THE OCHOCOS
PLEASE CLICK ON PAYPAL LINK BELOW TO MAKE A TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATION FOR THIS MARATHON ANIMAL RESCUE CAMPAIGN:
Welcome to the Marathon Animal Rescue OREGON CAMPAIGN!
The Covid 19 Pandemic has taken its toll on our society and our humanity. Personally, I have been limited to travel to or participate in events to raise awareness for rescues across the country as has been my mission. Sadly, abandoned, lost, stray, abused and unwanted animals are still in need. Many pets that were adopted during the pandemic last year are now being put back in rescues as people have gone back to work and are not caring for these new pets. It is time for us to support the life saving efforts of two no-kill animal rescue organizations this year!
My name is Rick Albanese and I am a ultramarathon runner with a goal of running a marathon or ultramarathon in all 50 States and making financial contributions to specially selected non-profit, no-kill animal rescues and sanctuaries in each State I visit across the country.
I began this charity as a Rescue Dog owner and strong advocate for adoption of all animals through no-kill rescue organizations. I have rescued 5 dogs myself and grew up with many more rescue dogs in my family as well. I will kick off the charity campaign with my own pledge donation of $5 per mile X 50 miles for this marathon distance totaling $250 with a minimum goal of raising at least $600.
After careful consideration and research I have selected two non-profit, no kill rescue organizations to support in this campaign. The Cascade Canine Rescue groups is a network of volunteers that saves animals from urgent situations and overcrowded high kill shelters and then places animals in foster and permanent homes. This organization also provides vaccinations and education to the local community. The Humane Society of the Ochocos provides shelter, veterinary care and makes adoption efforts to place rescued animals in forever homes and keeps adoptable animals until they can be placed. This organization also provides important community services and education to counteract overpopulation.
As always ALL DONOR CONTACT INFORMATION IS KEPT CONFIDENTIAL.
Also there are no follow up lists, solicitations from Marathon Animal Rescue or the selected state individual
animal rescues. Marathon Animal Rescue is a IRS approved 501(c)(3)
charity EIN#47-1226338. Paypal
donations of $1 and up can be made here under your name or anonymously. If you prefer regular mail donations or matching gift checks from employer programs please send checks to:
Rescue, PO BOX 888, ANTIOCH, IL 60002.
You can also email:
email@example.com to confirm you are mailing a donation or with any questions or concerns.
THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT AS I CANNOT DO THIS ALONE!
PLEASE CLICK BELOW TO READ FURTHER DETAILED BLOG REPORTS OF SOME OF MY RACE CHALLENGES, LESSONS AND EXPERIENCES:
Want to learn more about Marathoner Richard Albanese and his upcoming marathon and ultramarathon race states and supported charities? Use our website to see the races he has completed and the Animal Rescues, Shelters and Sanctuaries that have been supported in previous campaigns across the United States. Do you like what we are doing and want to know what you can do to help? Call us at (312) 882-1973, our dedicated team will be happy to answer any questions you might have.