We are so grateful for our many donors for supporting us financially, especially in the days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our normal revenue sources were not available so we struggled a little, but still managed to save huskies throughout…amazingly rescuing 183 huskies in the midst of a pandemic!
This list of supporters is to recognize our partners and financial backers who make it possible to #savemorehuskies.
We’ve named the sponsorship levels after sledding events in honor of our working dog breed.
We also appreciate the other heroes, people who donate to our medical needs and respond unfailingly to our requests for $3 Thursdays or emergency needs, as well as those who choose to remain anonymous. #Everydollarcounts!
We will be amplifying and growing the sponsorship opportunities in 2021, so if you have questions or suggestions, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org!
The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is one of Alaska's iconic winter events, and is the premier and best-known race in the United States. It starts in Anchorage on the first Saturday of March each year.
Red Velvet Inn was our angel sponsor for many years by providing funding for medical care for our most at-risk huskies, and providing a unique place to recover until the dogs are able to be fostered or adopted.
These are our sponsors donating $3,000 worth of services or funds annually. The Klondike 300 was an event running 300 miles from Big Lake to Petersville, Alaska, and return.
Goose Bay 150
These are our sponsors donating $1,000 worth of services or funds annually. The Goose Bay 150 sponsor level was named for an Iditarod pre-qualifying event in Wasilla, Alaska.
Lee and Amy Allison
The Clasby Family
The Highlander Family
Ridgeline HR Consulting & Investigations
WHM Plumbing & Heating Contractors
These are sponsors regularly donating $10/month or more for a minimum of three months. It is named for the CopperDog 40 which covers approximately forty miles through Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula.