With an extremely generous grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, Friends of Indianapolis Dogs Outside (FIDO) will expand our efforts to improve the quality of life for dogs in Indianapolis.
The one-year grant will be used to support FIDO's public education campaign for the city’s new care and treatment ordinance, FIDO’s core neighborhood outreach efforts, as well as strategic, long-range planning with a financial consultant to ensure our continued growth and success.
“We're grateful that the Trust has recognized our efforts to improve the lives of outside dogs in Indianapolis and we look forward to taking these efforts to the next level,” said FIDO Board President Jeni Christoffersen.
Friends of Indianapolis Dogs Outside is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 animal welfare organization that focuses on helping low-income dog owners improve the quality of life for their outside dogs. Since 2005, FIDO has made significant strides in Indianapolis to reduce the number of chained dogs and has helped hundreds of families provide humane containment for their outside dogs by providing fencing and shelters.
About the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust was established upon the death of Nina Mason Pulliam on March 26, 1997, to support the causes she loved in her home states of Arizona and Indiana for 50 years. The Trust seeks to help people in need, protect animals and nature, and enrich community life in metropolitan Indianapolis and Phoenix.
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For more information about the Trust and its programs, visit www.ninapulliamtrust.org.