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DREAM 2022
$30K Veterinary Challenge

We’re excited to announce the matching period for DREAM’s biggest fundraiser of the year begins on October 30, 2022!!

Your donation will make TWICE the impact, thanks to the generosity of the SEEBA and BARNARD families who will match the first $30,000 donated for the animals, dollar-for-dollar through February 28, 2023.

$5K $10K $15K $20K $25K $30K

DREAM Dachshund Loyal faced a painful death after being abandoned in a Houston neighborhood with heartworms, burns to his feet, intestinal parasites and severe ear, eye and skin infections. With veterinary care provided by DREAM, he’s healthy and living happily in his forever home with a dog buddy.

Loyal Before

Loyal After

At DREAM Dachshund Rescue, Education & Adoption Mission, our veterinary bills are almost $100,000 annually and we’re constantly in need of donations. Because DREAM is powered solely by volunteers, over 97% of our expenses are used for veterinary care for the rescued Dachshunds.

The dogs awaiting our help are counting on us and it’s only because of caring people like you that we are able to save them. Thank you for your donation!

If you’re unable to donate today, please help by sharing with others.

To make a donation toward the challenge:

Use the button or QR code below for credit card donations.

You may also donate to DREAM through:

Or by mail (write "2022 Challenge" on the memo line)

P.O. Box 591819
Houston, Texas 77259

DREAM is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization

PO BOX 591819 HOUSTON TX 77259
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Dachshund Sleeping on a Dog Bed
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