Erwin Johnson, director of development, Wings of Rescue is on hand today for the annual big airlift of 1,000+ animals.
Wings of Rescue is run by pilots, so they know how to organize and coordinate each mission. They understand the factors and details that go into planning a safe, successful flight and use their network of ground volunteers, including Operation Blankets of Love (OBOL) to make loading and delivery as easy as possible for the pilot. Wings of Rescue has already saved over 12,000 dogs and cats and is going to rescue 7,000 more by the end of 2015. Wings Of Rescue is a 501c3 charity so your round trip operating costs and donations are tax deductible (but please ask your tax adviser).
For more about Wings of Rescue visit: http://www.wingsofrescue.org/ For more about Operation Blankets of Love visit: OperationBlanketsofLove.org
Also, look for the story on Examiner: http://www.examiner.com/business-investment-in-los-angeles/george-s-mcquade-iii (please subscribe)