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0.33 BTC Raised in $PINK’s Effort to Aid Houston SPCA Disaster Response Teams

“Pinkcoin Strives to Help Transport and Shelter Animals Affected by Hurricane Harvey “

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9/1/17 By Devin Saxon. In a stunning show of altruistic pride, over $1500 (as of this post) has been raised by the pink fam to help bring stranded animals suffering from the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey home safely. Thankfully, due to the urgency of the Pink Nation’s caring nature, over half of the 5k goal has been raised in only one night! With every donation being matched by the Pinkcoin Core Team, a total amounting to 0.67 BTC ($3,000 as of this post) will be sent to Houston SPCA to support our struggling friends in need! However, there is still much more work to be done; thousands of animals have been displaced and they still need our help. If you are eager to contribute but have no Pinkcoin to share, no sweat. $1 will be contributed to Houston SPCA by the $PINK Core Team for every retweet of the following Pink-Official post! With just one click of the mouse, you can help save an animal today!

Thinking about contributing but would like to use an alternative crypto-currency? You are in luck! Thanks to the groundbreaking and revolutionary handiwork of Pinkcoin’s Autoview Crew, Tranzium and Cryptorox, Relief.With.Pink will allow users to make digital donations to Houston SPCA using any coin currently on the exchange Poloniex.

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Huge shout out to the entire Pink-Army for its continued enthusiastic support and exceptionally altruistic contributions! Buckle up as Pinkcoin continues its rapid expansion of charitable networking and countless other heroic care-giving causes. #HurricanHarveyRelief #PinkArmyStrong #MicroTipMacroImpact

>>> Relief.With.Pink – Donate Here <<<

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Excerpt from Houston HSPCA:

“The Houston SPCA is the lead nonprofit agency for animal-related disaster rescue, relief and resources in the region. Our reach is wide, as we are called to step in when hurricanes, fires and storms ravage the region and state. We have lent our assistance, equipment and shelter in such emergencies including Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Ike; the Gulf Oil spill of 2010, moving animals from packed Louisiana shelters to the Houston SPCA; and the Tri-County Wildfires of 2011, where our rescue teams went behind the fire lines to rescue pets and farm animals.”

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