Help Me Get ‘Out of the Doghouse’!
In support of the Michigan Humane Society’s 24th annual Bow Wow Brunch, I’ve volunteered to be “in the doghouse.” In addition to raising awareness about a specific Michigan Humane Society program, I’ve set a goal of raising $5,000 to help MHS saving animal lives. Please help me reach this goal … and get me out of the doghouse!
Your donation of any amount will bring hope and help to animals in need right here in metro Detroit!
So many animals in our community are in desperate need of care, love, affection and nurturing. But more often than not, they give us much more than we give to them. When an animal is injured, sick or becomes trapped, the Michigan Humane Society’s Rescue Department swings into action.
Each year, MHS responds to more than 4,000 life-threatening animal emergencies in Detroit, Hamtramck and Highland Park. The MHS rescue team is there for the animals 365 days a year, helping provide a second chance for dogs, cats and other animals in desperate situations.
Your support will help ensure that when there’s an animal in need, someone will be there for them!
Les Gold is a third-generation pawnbroker and the charismatic patriarch of American Jewelry and Loan. The King of a 50,000-square-foot empire and the boss to more than 45 employees, this hard-nosed, old school pawnbroker is the epitome of street-smart, known for driving a hard bargain. He and his kids also star in the Tru TV realtiy show “Hard Core Pawn” filmed right here in Detroit at their store on 8 Mile and Greenfield Road. He has written a book of business wisdom, For What it’s Worth, due for release in summer 2013. Les is all about family. He loves his wife, kids and grandkids with gusto. Their family is all about dogs – but it’s the goldfish in the store’s aquarium that viewers most commonly recognize.