Life Preserver Program
OUR LIFE PRESERVER PROGRAM PROVIDES A CONTINUOUS FLOW OF FUNDING
FOR ALL OPERATIONS AT THE SHELTER. AS A LIFE PRESERVER, YOU PLEDGE
TO BE A PART OF OUR LIFE-SAVING WORK THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.
Champion Life Preserver- $250/month or $3,000 annually
Guardian Life Preserver- $200/month or $2,400 annually
Hero Life Preserver- $150/month or $1,800 annually
Business Booster Life Preserver- $125/month or $1,500 annually
Defender Life Preserver- $100/month or $1,200 annually
Rescuer Life Preserver- $75/month or $900 annually
Caregiver Life Preserver- $50/month or $600 annually
Companion Life Preserver- $25/month or $300 annually
Harbor Helper Life Preserver- any amount up to $24/month or any amount up to $299 annually
How do I become a Life Preserver?
We are very grateful to our ongoing donors:
Champion Life Preservers
Southern Tennessee Cardiology- Dr. Mircea Basaraba
Anne Giles, Board Member
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herr
Marshall and Cindy La Plata
Susan Rupert, Board Member and Dr. Robert Delcamp
Guardian Life Preservers
Dan and Carolyn Maher
Hero Life Preservers
Frank and Barbara Hart
Business Booster Life Preservers
Animal Care Center
Citizen's Community Bank
Citizen's Tri-County Bank
Moore-Cortner Funeral Home
Southern TN Cardiology
Twin Creeks Marina, Resort, and Village
Mack and Karen Warr
Defender Life Preservers
Dr. Kimberly Bodner and Steven Bodner
Cecelia Brodioi, Board Member
Ann and Doug Cameron
Larry and Barbara Carden
Joanne Davis, on behalf of the Winchester Dog Park
Glenn and Janet Liston
Dr. Susan Ridyard, Board Member
Dr. and Mrs. Damian Szewczyk
Rescuer Life Preservers
Dr. William Engel
Grant and Carla Fletcher
John and Julia Gatta
Dr. Jennifer Michael and The Rev. James C. Pappas III
Roscoe Brown Heating and Air Conditioning, Lee Gill, Gen. Mgr.
Caregiver Life Preservers
Warren and Rosemary Berg
Marci Dusseault, Board Member
Dr. Nancy Goldberg and Dr. Harold Goldberg
Chris and Dianna Ogden
Joe and Claudia Porter
Paula and Robert Reed
Dr. Karen Tidmore
Dr. Peggy Thoits
Marie Tobitt and Tammie Tobitt
Sheila and Jimmy Williams
Companion Life Preservers
Amy and Mark Anreola
Gail Castle, Board President
Tom and Rosemarie Finan
Kristina and Richard Gosling
Phyllis Larson, Board Member
Pamela and Jim Martin
Lisa and Walter McCord
Suzanne C. McDowell
John Allen and Donna Pahmeyer
Tina and Larry Philpott
Jim and Deb Tucker
Sam Hatfield Realty
Kelly and Brian VanDenbergh
Harbor Helpers Life Preservers
David and Dottie Clancy
Mike and Martha Grant
Richard and Susan Gross
Kristie Austin Sanders
2. Our secure donation site lets you set up a recurring monthly donation, or a single yearly transaction. Click the donate button below to set up payment.
(We regret that at this time we cannot set up automatic withdrawals from checking accounts, but you can use debit card).
How Your Support Helps the Animals
Provides full medical care for one dog or cat each month and allows us the ability to treat unexpected medical emergencies such as injuries and intensive surgeries.
Provides a spay/neuter procedure for one dog or cat each month and allows us the ability to treat a dog for heartworm disease.
Provides one spay/neuter surgery each month and allows us to treat a cat for upper respiratory infection.
Helps pay for utility bills, cleaning and other shelter supplies, building maintenance, and upkeep of the property. Animal Harbor provides the Business Booster with marketing & advertising opportunities, and recognizes businesses which support and care about animal welfare and the quality of life for Franklin County residents.
Allows Animal Harbor to maintain a compassionate, skilled, and educated staff to provide care and rehabilitation for abandoned and abused animals, and operate a clean, calm, and happy shelter.
Allows Animal Harbor to provide regular transportation for animals to be placed in shelters in other parts of the country. This frees kennel space, and allows us to rescue and re-home even more companion animals.
Provides the food, liter, treats, and other necessary day to day provisions and essential medicines needed for the animals living at the shelter while waiting to be adopted.
Allows the staff and volunteers of Animal Harbor to provide education which promotes responsible pet care, decreases animal cruelty, and prevents unwanted litters through the Spay/Neuter program.
Contributions from Harbor Helpers ensure that Animal Harbor has the ability to cover unexpected expenses. Pledges also mean that our Pet Pantry can continue to help seniors and under-served residents keep their pets during difficult times.