LifeLine super supporter Neely is raising $30,000 by her 30th birthday to help us keep Atlanta a no-kill community!
Atlanta native Neely Conway recently launched a campaign called 30thousand by 30 to raise $30,000 by her 30th birthday to help LifeLine Animal Project maintain their no-kill Atlanta area shelters.
From now until her birthday on July 27, Neely will raise funds by hosting several events throughout the Atlanta area and partnering with local dining establishments and startup companies.
According to Conway, she could not think of a better way to celebrate her 30th birthday.
“I’ve always felt passionate about the homeless animals that currently fill Atlanta’s shelters,” Conway said.
“Working with LifeLine has opened my eyes to the daily challenges they face. LifeLine Animal Project is a humble, hardworking group of people who are trying to better Atlanta. With little government funding, and in just over 3 years, they have been able to turn Atlanta into a no-kill city. They are the first open admission shelter in Atlanta to ever do this. I’m hoping to raise funds for a nonprofit that I fully believe in, and to raise awareness of the issues animals face in our amazing city.”
Conway said she has a special place in her heart for LifeLine, having adopted both her animals from LifeLine’s shelters and regularly fostering two-to-three dogs a year for them while continuing her full-time employment within the Marketing industry.
“We have a responsibility to take care of our community,” she said. “This project aims to do just that.”
To donate or learn more about 30thousand by 30, visit www.30thousandby30.com.