On Saturday, October 1st, Living With Harmony hosted our first fundraiser. We were not planning on doing this right away, but thanks to Daria Joanna, we got the idea for our afternoon social and concert fundraiser. Continue reading
Thanks to everyone that helped, donated and sponsored our event!
Watch for photos and event highlights coming soon.
Vegetarian Summerfest in Johnstown, PA
Still Looking For A New Home
Hi everyone and thank you for staying tuned as we continue our search for property to start our sanctuary. We’ve been looking at several properties in different parts of Colorado.
As we blogged earlier this year, while we don’t have a place to call home yet, we’ve all been busy volunteering at other nearby sanctuaries, such as Luvin Arms and with other projects.
John Pierre continues to do lectures and seminars across the country, with his most recent one being at the Health, Healing and Happiness Expo in Las Vegas and Andrea works as a vet tech and cares for her current crew of special-needs rescued animals and helps others take care of their animals. Continue reading
Day 4 is officially in the books with a time of 3:22:24. This is the fastest time of the series so far. The race site was at Spruce Run National Recreation Area in Clinton, NJ and was 7 loops with 6 rubber bands along mostly asphalt.
There were so many new faces and all the familiar faces for mutual moral support. The newbies quickly embraced the camaraderie and returned words of encouragement. Continue reading
Day 2 – Fueling our Minds and Bodies!
Thanks to you, we met the Malcolm B. Bird Charitable Foundation fundraising challenge to earn our matching grant.
This means we were able to almost double our $25,757.00 in donations to $50,757.00! This money has now been set aside for our much needed property fund. Continue reading
Running A Successful Animal Sanctuary Is So Much More Than A Simple Desire To Do Good Work
Our founder John Pierre says, “Think Good Thoughts, Do Good Deeds.”
This phrase resonates with our dream of running a sanctuary and education center, but it’s not an easy undertaking and requires hard work, day in and day out in any and all conditions. Continue reading