CorgiPals management honchos Dexter and Violet on duty!
1. Chip in – Donating
is the most direct way to help Corgis in need via CorgiPals. No amount
is too small, and you choose who gets your donation! Can’t decide who to
donate to? Simply make a general donation and let the Powers That Be
(aka CorgiPals Founder Paige Davis) decide. View all current fundraising campaigns at the CorgiPals site.
2. Organize – Organize
your own contest or partnership with CorgiPals and donate the proceeds.
It’s a fun way to get involved with the wonderful Corgi Nation
community, and advertise your products while doing good!
3. Relationships – Are you new to Corgi Nation? Have you been around a while but mostly
keep to yourself? Another great way to help CorgiPals is to get involved
in the community and build new relationships! Every member of Corgi Nation has qualities that make
them unique, and you never know how much you could help unless you get
4. Get creative – There
are endless ways to help any charity, and it may seem like some forms
of generating donations and buzz are tired and overdone. That’s where
YOU can help! By brainstorming new and creative ways to spread the word
and get people involved, you’re doing a great service to Corgis in need.
5. Inform – Believe it or
not, there are still millions of people out there who don’t know about
Corgis in need. By informing others about our mission, we can help to
educate people and introduce them to CorgiPals. Good news travels fast,
and CorgiPals is all about good news!
6. Purchase merchandise –
CorgiPals has LOTS of cute merchandise available, and all profits go to
Corgis in need! The CorgiPals cafepress store has a large selection of items with
Corgi themed images (like the popular Corgeek and “You had me at barooooo” totebags, t-shirts and mugs) and the CorgiPals logo, as well as the very popular
2013 CorgiPals Corgi Lingo Wall Calendar. The Etsy shop has the digital version of the Corgi Lingo Calendar available for only $5 each. And
don’t forget, the Corgi key chains and SUPER popular Fleece Corgi Hats
will be returning to the Etsy Shop in January!
7. Ask questions – Don’t
know how to help? Don’t know anything about CorgiPals or our mission?
Don’t know what the big deal about Corgis is? (As if.) Ask me and
the rest of the CorgiPals Board of Directors, who are HAPPY to gab about
Corgis and how to help them all-the-live-long-day! Contact them via e-mail email@example.com.
8. Leadership – Don’t be
afraid to take a leadership role, even if you never have before. Let
your gut, your heart, and your head guide you, and you can accomplish
AMAZING things. There’s not one leader in Corgi Nation who was too
afraid to take the chance and go for it. If you don’t try, you’ll never
9. Share – If you see a
Corgi story that touches your heart, or if you are unable to donate,
then share! By simply sharing a story on Facebook, twitter, tumblr, etc.,
you put needy Corgis in front of THOUSANDS of people who might help.
It’s super effective and best of all … it’s free!
If you would like to get involved in helping CorgiPals fulfill its mission to be a voice for Corgis in need, contact CEO and Founder Paige Davis: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for all the hints, Paige.This is such a great organization.
Forgot to say…. Hahahaha on "…management honchos Dexter and Violet…" Too funny.
My almost 12 year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Jax, suddenly lost the use of his hind legs 2 days ago. We are trying to get the word out to raise money to get him the surgery or other treatment he needs. There is a ChipIn page set up for him. I adopted him at age 6 from a local humane society. This injury came out of nowhere, and we are beside ourselves with worry. Please, if you can, share this link with other Corgi lovers. Thank you!
My almost 12 year old Corgi, Jax, suddenly lost the use of his hind legs two days ago. It has been determined that it is a spinal deterioration of some sort. As of right now we cannot afford to take him for a CT scan, as our vet told us it would cost $1500. We are seeking a second opinion on Monday. For the time being, Jax is on severely restricted movement and pain management.
My dear friend set up a ChipIn page for Jax today. If possible, please share this link with Corgi lovers everywhere. Thank you!
Little Miss Pudgy Paws says
The Great Corgi Nation is now a safe place. Thanks to Super Dexter and Super Violet we can all sleep easy tonight.
Thank you Paige. I am heading over right now to get my Corgi tote bag, and a couple of hats too.
Rebecca & Little Miss Pudgy Paws