One of the partners at Abelow & Cassandro, Llp has launched a Go Fund Me campaign that will benefit homeless animals in New York City. Ross Abelow has been working as a New York City lawyer for more than 26 years. He has used his experience to help individuals who are involved in difficult matrimonial and family law cases, like divorces. He has stuck up for the rights of his clients time and again and helps them to get the best outcome possible. He is concerned about the winter conditions that homeless animals in New York City are experiencing. As the temperatures drop during these cold winter months, animals that are wandering the streets of New York City can become sick and die.
Individuals from all over the United States and around the world can help Ross Abelow to raise $5,000. The great thing about using the Go Fund Me platform is that people can make small donations. They can donate just $10 or $15 to the cause. When lots of people know about this, lots of people can help to raise the money. As soon as all of the money is collected, it will be given to New York animal shelters. The money is going to benefit the shelters in several ways. First, it will mean that more cash will be on hand in order to purchase basic items that are needed to take care of stray dogs and cats, like blankets and food. It also means that money will be available to help sick animals. Second, the amount of space that is now available in shelters is very limited. The money can be used to expand the amount of space that is available, which means that more vulnerable animals can be given the help they need.
Ross Abelow has been working in New York City as a lawyer since 1990. He attended the Brooklyn Law school. In addition to helping his clients get through difficult legal cases, he has also provided free legal advice to individuals by means of his personal blog site and also on his social media sites.
It is important to spread the word about this winter fundraising campaign. As soon as $5,000 is raised, it will begin to benefit shelters and stray animals in New York City.