Posted by Erica September 18, 2012

Lana Crooks has just added new and archived works to her Etsy Shop in the hope of raising money for a 'no kill' animal shelter: PAWS Chicago. You can even get a 20% discount off the her work with the coupon code PAWS20, with another 20% of the sale going to the charity; or, if you prefer not to use the discount code, Lana will donate the full 40% to PAWS in the customer's name.

"The Sale is set to end Sept 20th when I will be turning in my funds! (I may extend the sale if the funds due date is also extended). And, on September 23rd I will be running the Run for Their Lives 8k for PAWS Chicago (A no kill shelter for homeless cats and dogs)… I completed this race last year with a total donation amount of $1,125 (Thank you to all who donated or participated in my sale last year, it was amazing of you)! My Minimum obligation is $125 but I can do much better than that, right?! This year I have joined Team Paws as an alumni runner and have been training. It has been an uphill battle as I am recovering from knee surgery in August ...womp womp. But I am determined (if not totally stubborn) and will finish the race…even if its dead last!" says Lana.

Help Lana spread the word and help a homeless pet find a home. If you would like to donate directly you can do so HERE


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