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Fixer-Upper Bunny Fund Matching Challenge

One of our missions at Triangle Rabbits is to help rabbits when they need us most, particularly when they need more veterinary care than county shelters are able to provide. Whether it be an illness, or just poor health from neglect, these rabbits often require numerous trips to a rabbit savvy vet, medications, and a long recovery period under the supervision of our experienced foster homes.

This year is a special year for us - we're celebrating our fifth birthday as a non-profit organization! Over the last five years, 88 bunnies have been adopted into homes, and many others have been helped through foster care, filling transport needs, volunteering at shelters, and advocating for pet adoption. We are grateful that we have been able to serve our community for the last five years and make a difference for animals.

In our 2019 Fixer-Upper Bunny Fund Matching Challenge, every gift is matched up to a total of $2500.00! Plus a $500 bonus match!

Exciting news, everyone! We have made our $2500 goal AND our $500 bonus match goal! Thanks to all our amazing donors, we have raised $3090.19! We are grateful that the bunnies have so many amazing friends and supporters. Thank you to everyone who participated in our 2019 matching challenge!
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$3090.19 Raised

32 Donors

$3000 in gifts are matched!
Fuchsia was born in foster care in the spring of 2019. Her mom was surrendered to a local NC shelter, along with over 40 large breed bunnies, in late March. Mama bunny Meena came to Triangle Rabbits and had her babies in a caring, safe foster home. Fuchsia and her siblings flourished, and now Fuchsia has been adopted into her forever home. We're so grateful to have been able to help this bunny family, thanks to your support.
Your gift helps rabbits like Fuchsia get the care they need so they can be adopted into homes!

Bunnies say THANK YOU for helping them on their way to a new start with a loving family.

Triangle Rabbits is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and a chapter of the House Rabbit Society, serving the Triangle area (Wake, Durham, Orange, and surrounding counties) of North Carolina, U.S.A.