Fresno Bully Rescue is competing for $75,000 in the Designer Shoe Warehouse charities “shoe lovers care” grant program for nonprofit organizations.
As of 5 p.m. Friday, Fresno Bully Rescue was narrowly leading. Voting ends at 8:59 p.m. Tuesday.
Bridget Boothe, director of Fresno Bully Rescue, says the money would be used to build a new shelter. The nonprofit is renting its existing facility in northwest Fresno, 8547 W. Herndon Ave.
Fresno Bully Rescue has a ticker on its website showing the amount of money already raised for a new shelter. Fresno Bully Rescue is at capacity with 45 dogs at the shelter, Boothe said.
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To vote in the Designer Shoe Warehouse program go to www.shoeloverscare.com/votes.