Crypto went to animals this GivingTuesday


Boston, Nov. 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – FOUR PAWS, the global animal welfare organization, announces that Pawthereum has offered to match FOUR PAWS ‘Boston office donations up to $ 50,000 for GivingTuesday and CryptoGivingTuesday . Pawthereum is a community-run crypto project that gives back to animal shelters and advocates for the welfare of animals in need.

Celebrating the organization’s largest cryptocurrency donation to date, FOUR PAWS is gearing up for an exciting kick-off to donation season. This year, FOUR PAWS is collecting donations for the expansion of a rescue and adoption center for dogs in Siem Reap, Cambodia. This facility is where FOUR PAWS housed 61 dogs after Cambodian authorities seized a van on its way to a slaughterhouse in February. The FOUR PAWS #ProtectMillions campaign aims to end the dog and cat meat trade in Southeast Asia, and Giving Tuesday is the perfect holiday to tackle such an important global issue.

“GivingTuesday is always a big party for us here at FOUR PAWS, but this year is special because we can match this incredible generosity from Pawthereum,” said Claire LaFrance, Director of Communications for FOUR PAWS. She continued, “Since entering the cryptocurrency world, we have been blown away by the community’s dedication to change and philanthropic evolution. Giving Block and cryptocurrency charity projects like Pawthereum are leading the charge! “

#GivingTuesday and #CryptoGivingTuesday take place every year on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving and this year on November 30.

It’s a global movement born as an alternative to Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday consumerism and fueled by the power to give. The presence of philanthropy in cryptocurrency communities is abundant. #CryptoGivingTuesday was considered last year as the biggest annual crypto fundraising and donation opportunity and is the official start of #Bagseason, the fundraising season that takes place in the month of December and inspires crypto donation. .

FOUR PAWS started accepting cryptocurrency in August of this year through The Giving Block platform. The Giving Block makes it easy for nonprofits to accept donations of cryptocurrency like bitcoin, while providing donors with a more tax-efficient way to support their favorite causes. The company works with more than 800 nonprofits and aims to process $ 100 million in cryptocurrency donations in 2021.

“As the proud daddy of a rescue cat, I love to see the continued impact of crypto-philanthropy in ensuring the welfare of animals around the world: many thanks to the Pawthereum community for supporting FOUR PAWS. to help create a world where we treat all animals with respect, empathy and understanding, ”said Michael Earley, head of nonprofit research and outreach at The Giving Block.

The vision of FOUR PAWS is to end the brutal trade in dog and cat meat in Southeast Asia, which would prevent an estimated 10 million cats and dogs – often pets – from being stolen, trafficked and killed every year. By expanding this facility, making room for more dogs, creating spaces for potential adoptees, FOUR PAWS predicts that many more lives will be saved.

To donate to FOUR PAWS, visit their GivingTuesday page here, or with over 50 cryptocurrencies here.

  • FOUR PAWS and Rocket puppy

  • FOUR PAWS and Rocket dog in Cambodia


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