That’s right, it’s that time of year again and we are super excited!
Come join us as we celebrate our 7th Annual Barking for Brews benefit on April 29th from 4pm – 6pm. If you’ve been before, you know you will enjoy unlimited servings of Revolution Brewing’s famous Anti-Hero IPA (yum!), Cross of Gold, Fist City Pale Ale, Bottom Up Wit & Eugene Porter. Not to mention the yummy appetizers, raffles, 50/50 raffle and loads of good fellowship.
Come out and spend time with us, let’s get to know each other. We have lots of room for more people in our pack so bring friends and family!
Be sure to order your tickets ASAP!
Roma Layla Twilight Capricho
If you are interested in finding our more about any of these four lovely pups, please CONTACT US. Or if you are interesting in adopting, please fill out our ADOPTION APPLICATION.
Layla and Capricho are currently living in a kennel. Please consider becoming a foster family to get them into a home!
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Check out our store on Cafe Press and we promise you won’t leave without buying something fun for yourself, your furkid or your favorite person!
To shop and order: http://www.cafepress.com/midwestrescueofillinoisinc
Midwest Rescue of Illinois, Inc is a small group of caring individuals who are determined to make a positive impact in the lives of pit bulls. We are a volunteer run and foster based rescue.
Volunteer run? Yes, we are all volunteers of Midwest Rescue. The board members and volunteers are not paid; each individual that supports Midwest Rescue also has a full-time job. We do this in our free time because we care.
Want to volunteer? GREAT! Attend an adoption day and other local events. Organize a fundraiser. Help with the daily operating activities. Let us put your skills and talents to work.
Foster based? This means Midwest Rescue does not have a shelter or facility. We rely solely on caring individuals to open their homes, providing a loving, structured home life for our dogs. Midwest pays for the food, crate and vetting for a dog within our rescue. Fosters provide a healthy, caring home environment, in addition to playing a key role in helping a dog find the perfect home.
This limits how many dogs we can have in rescue at any one time. We can’t accept more dogs than we have homes and funds for.
Adopt? We are looking for loving families and owners to give our dogs the great homes they deserve. We work closely with people to make sure the dog they want to adopt is the right “fit” for them.
Give! We run completely on your donations. Midwest Rescue of Illinois, Inc does not receive funding from the State or Federal government. The monies that people like you donate provide Midwest with the power to save more lives.
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Want to volunteer? Contact us!
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