Support the Orland Township Pet-Pantry T-Shirt Fundraiser
Orland Township has launched a t-shirt fundraiser for the Orland Township Pet-Pantry, in support of Pet-Palooza’s 10th anniversary.
Orland Township has announced that the Pet-Palooza 10th Anniversary t-shirt fundraiser is live, and limited-edition shirts are now available for purchase!
The Orland Township Pet Pantry aims to provide food and supplies for local pets whose families are experiencing financial difficulty and relies on the generosity of the community through donations.
The fundraiser is part of recognizing the 10th anniversary of Orland Township’s annual Pet-Palooza, a festival of pet-friendly and family fun activities, games, vendors, food and more.
A percentage of the funds from the sale of the limited-edition shirts directly will benefit the Orland Township Pet Pantry, “Crashy’s Closet,” which was founded by Supervisor O’Grady and his wife, and named for a beloved O’Grady family rescue cat.
This year’s shirt design features the event logo with special 10th anniversary wording screen printed on Gildan Heavy Cotton™ T-Shirts. For $20, donors can choose from 5 colors: Azalea (pink), Blackberry (dark blue), Electric Green, Lilac, and Sapphire. Orange ‘pupdanas’ with the same logo are also available for $14.
The shirts are limited edition and only available to the public for purchase until Sept. 7 online through Campus Ink. A link to the site can be found at orlandtownship.org/shirts. Shirt orders will be available for local pickup at Orland Township, 14807 S. Ravinia Ave. in Orland Park, starting on Sept. 22.
Pet-Palooza is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 24, from noon to 3 p.m. on the Orland Township grounds, 14807 S. Ravinia Ave., Orland Park! This is a rain or shine event.
Supervisor Paul O’Grady and the Board of Trustees invites everyone to come out to see what the community has to offer for our furry friends. Learn more about Pet-Palooza at orlandtownship.org/petpalooza or call (708) 403-4222.
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