TINY BUT MIGHTY FUND'S
NASHVILLE'S MOST WANTED
6TH ANNUAL FUNDRAISER
NOVEMBER 20TH - DECEMBER 4TH
HELP NASHVILLE'S MOST WANTED OUTLAWS
TO BENEFIT THE NASHVILLE HUMANE ASSOCIATION
Tiny But Mighty Fund has raised over $100,000 for this annual effort since its inception.
Goal is to raise $12,000 for Nashville Humane Association.
TINY BUT MIGHTY FUND LAUNCHES 6TH ANNUAL BENEFIT FOR NASHVILLE HUMANE ASSOCIATION WITH ASSISTANCE FROM NASHVILLE’S MOST MISCHIEVOUS PETS
30 dogs and one sneaky sneaky cat are participating in the sixth annual Tiny But Mighty Fund fundraiser have their hearts in the right place as they are helping raise what organizers hope will be $12,000 for the Nashville Humane Association. Many of the dogs are frequently seen on social media when their owners capture particularly cute, and sometime diabolical, moments. The campaign features mug shots of the pets – known aliases of some include Ziggy, Bandit, Georgie, Mia and Bowie – along with their alleged crimes and are seeking donations from friends and family to “post bail” for the canine offenders.
“Our Tiny But Mighty mission leverages humor, social media and just plain cuteness to raise funds to support animals that truly need help,” said Tiny But Mighty Fund founder Marcia Masulla. “This campaign is based on fun, friendship and the love of pets to achieve its goals. It’s fantastic to be involved with something so positive – and vital in our Nashville community.”
All the “offenders” can be seen along with their crimes at TinyButMightyFund.com and on Instagram (@TinyButMightyFund). None of the dogs have been contacted by criminal defense attorneys as of yet.
This year’s campaign runs from November 20 through December 4. Companies wishing to make corporate donations can contact organizers at email@example.com.
The fundraiser, now in its sixth year, honors the spirit of Chico, a Chihuahua that passed away in 2013 from congestive heart failure, and has raised more than $100,000 for animals in need. The fund is a component fund of Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. "The online campaigns put forward by the Tiny But Mighty Fund are award-winning and inspirational. They have done an incredible job recruiting families with 4-legged members to participate in a fun and lively campaign.
Underlying all of the playfulness are the serious and important issues the tiny But MIGHTY Fund addresses in its grantmaking from promoting adoption and spay/neutering initiatives and preventing cruelty and inhumane treatment of animals. "Every donation to this year’s Nashville’s Most Wanted Campaign will provide important financial resources for these important community issues.”
– Amy Fair, Director of Donor Services, The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee