The Animal Rescue League of Berks County is proud to announce the expansion and rebranding of its foster program to include dogs of all ages as well as cats. The program, formerly known as “Grey Muzzle” is now “ARL Angels!” The ARL is known for its unique foster program which places senior and special needs dogs into foster homes and now the same knowledge and experience that has made that program so successful will be used to build a bigger, more inclusive program. But don’t worry senior animal lovers – there will still be plenty of grey muzzle animals in our program!
The program will be rebranded utilizing a new logo created by Suzy Rae Design, new print collateral and an updated web page. A focus will be put on recruiting donors willing to commit to monthly recurring donations of at least $25.
“This program is completely funded by donations and every dollar raised quite literally saves a life. To date we’ve placed more than 700 foster animals into foster homes“says Executive Director Liz McCauley, “all of which are animals that we may not have been able to care for without the generous contributions of our community. Now we’re asking donors to go one step further and commit to a monthly donation so that we can save even more lives.”
Recurring donors will be dubbed “ARL Angels” and will receive an original print by Nettie Price, inclusion in the ARL’s bi-annual newsletter mailing, receive a weekly adoptable update email, and be listed on the ARL Angel webpage.
Interested donors, foster families and/or adopters can learn more at www.berksarl.org/angel or by contacting the Foster Coordinator, Julie Reber at or 610-373-8830 x119
Many thanks to these Angels who joined our program in July 2015 when it first launched!