The Humane Society of Tampa Bay and AGoldPhoto Pet Photography, created by local photographer Adam Goldberg, are teaming up again to raise $10,000 for the shelter, with a 3rd Fundraising Coffee Table Book. Volumes 1 and 2 of the project raised just under $20,000 in 2021 and 2022.
The Fundraising Coffee Table Book titled, “Tails of Gratitude – A Collection of Thank You Notes from People to Their Pets” is a way for pet parents to thank their pets for everything they do for them and help raise $10,000 for the Humane Society of Tampa Bay.
Participation in the book will be facilitated via a rolling application approval process through June 30, 2023. Successful applicants will be guaranteed a double page spread in the book and pay a $150 registration fee, 100% of which will be donated to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay. The book is set to publish late November with a launch party.
AGoldPhoto raises thousands of dollars to help pets in need
Photo Shoots will take place at AGoldPhoto Pet Photo Studio, located in South Tampa at 3105 W Bay to Bay Blvd Suite A. Participants will get to select their favorite photo for the book, write a thank you note to their pet(s) and have the opportunity to purchase printed photographic artwork for their home or office.
“The shelter is so excited to work with AGoldPhoto Pet Photography on Volume 3 of Tails of Gratitude. We love that the project is continuing to help the homeless pets in our care” Said Sherry Silk, CEO of Humane Society of Tampa Bay.
“We’re thrilled to continue this project with the Humane Society of Tampa Bay. We love seeing what families want to thank their pets for and getting to raise so much money for the shelter is a huge win too.” Explained Adam, Co-Owner and Photographer of AGoldPhoto Pet Photo Studio” The funds raised from this project will help shelter animals in need and bring pets and their people closer together through photography.”
The application to participate in the project can be found online.
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