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Marketing Co-Chair Sought for Friends of MADACC

Looking for ways to get involved and to make a difference in the lives of the homeless animals of Milwaukee County? Friends of MADACC is searching for a jack-of-all-trades, volunteer Marketing Co-Chair to help develop marketing plans, launch communications across a variety of channels, and raise awareness of our organization’s

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Friends of MADACC Seeking Fundraising Co-Chair

Are you an outgoing and innovative individual? Our Fundraising position involves obtaining grants on behalf of Friends of MADACC (FOM), seeking out donors, creating events and finding new ways of obtaining funding while raising awareness about FOM and MADACC. – Researching and obtaining grants and donations for FOM. – Creating,

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Introducing Friends of MADACC Membership

Friends of MADACC is excited to announce its FRIENDS of Friends of MADACC membership! Becoming a FRIEND or member will support the mission of Friends of MADACC and allow us to reach our objectives. We, and the homeless animals of Milwaukee County, depend on the generosity of people like you!

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Gidget’s Story

Meet Gidget! This sweet girl was adopted from MADACC on January 25, 2017 after spending time in foster care. Foster care gave her the chance to get comfortable and show off her loving personality before she met her forever family. Thank you to Holly, Gidget’s new mom, and MADACC’s network

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Friends of MADACC Funds MADACC Outdoor Play Yard Project

In 2016, Friends of MADACC funded the MADACC outdoor play yard renovation. The original outdoor space had a small gravel play yard that required significant improvements. The new outdoor play area includes a newly constructed concrete play yard, which doubled in size compared to the previous area and utilized all

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Martha’s Story

Martha is one of many dogs that have been part of our Pit Bull Proud program. Brought into MADACC in horrible condition, Martha, who is about 7-years-old had been burned, abused and used for breeding. She had numerous burn scars covering her shoulder and back, and appeared to have recently

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