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Jordan’s Way Continues National Animal Rescue Tour Across 50 States, Raising Over $3 Million | News






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Movement heads to Wyoming to raise awareness for animal shelters nationwide

Giving a voice to the voiceless, Jordan’s Path, a national nonprofit, will mark the next stop on its 50-state Wyoming tour as it helps raise money for local animal shelters and rescues across the country. Featured on outlets like the Hallmark Channel and the Dodo, Jordan’s Way will partner with organizations across the state to work to provide the building blocks of a compassionate community of pet parents eager to provide a permanent home to animals in need.

Each month, the Jordan’s Way team, made up of a massive team of volunteers and led by founder Kris Rotonda, visits two rescues a day in a new state. The organization is hosting a four-hour Facebook Live fundraiser that features games, challenges, rescue animals, volunteers and other festivities. Since launching in January last year, Jordan’s Way has helped local animal welfare groups raise more than $3 million and counting, visiting at least 16 organizations during each eight-day trip in two States. The tour so far has reached 44 states, making Wyoming the 45and.

Born out of Rotonda’s love for her since deceased rescue German Shepherd, Jordan, the organization was created to honor his life, long spent neglected inside a shelter, by helping as many other similar cats and dogs as possible. As a lifelong coachbuilder, Rotonda first started raising money by completing physical challenges, like pushing, pulling and flipping a 250-pound tractor trailer tire for 13 miles. Then his challenges became more telling, like spending 72 hours in a dog crate at a Florida animal shelter to better convey his message. His efforts, including training to pull a 3,400-pound car for 24 hours on National Adopt-a-Pet Day from a shelter next April 30, have since helped hundreds of rescue groups and raised millions of dollars. dollars to educate these kind-hearted organizations.

“No animal should have to spend their life in a shelter, and I’m passionate to highlight and support the many organizations across our country who are working tirelessly to ensure these animals find loving homes, despite their age. their race or health issues,” says Rotonde. “Each stop on the Jordan’s Way tour offers the opportunity to educate a whole new community about the importance of the saying ‘adopt, don’t buy’.

Jordan’s Way’s mission is to share meaningful animal welfare stories that inspire people to rescue and provide a “forever” home to a pet in need. Through the organization’s community outreach, fundraising efforts, and animal advocacy, Jordan’s Way creates a buzz around shelters that creates a caring community of pet parents eager to provide forever homes for pets. homeless animals. For more information, to schedule an interview, or to view the Jordan’s Way Tour schedule, visit www.JordansWayTour.com.

  • Monday January 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.: Yola’s Pet Rescue – 2142 W Lincoln Way, Cheyenne, WY 82001
  • Monday, January 24 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.: Laramie Animal Welfare Society – 1104 S. 2nd Street, Laramie, WY 82070
  • Tuesday January 25 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.: Cheyenne Animal Sanctuary – 800 Southwest Drive, Cheyenne, WY 82007