Support The Cannoli Fund: Shop Through Amazon Smile

Support The Cannoli Fund: Shop Through Amazon Smile

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Each time you make a purchase at Amazon.com, you can help the animals of King William and Lavaca! Start shopping from The Cannoli Fund’s Amazon Smile page and we will receive a portion of the price of your order. As of November 2017 we have received $644.89 thanks to our supporters throughout the country. Even […]

Our September fundraiser was a great success

Our September fundraiser was a great success

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The Cannoli Fund on Instagram (@thecannolifund) We live in an amazing neighborhood with great people and pets. Dozens of people, including dogs who benefited from our programs, showed their support at the fundraiser at Southtown 101. The event, held on September 10, was hosted by our neighbors Mary Smith and Cindy Garcia and was sponsored […]

Our cat and dog 2017 Fiesta medals are here!

Our cat and dog 2017 Fiesta medals are here!

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Our 2017 Fiesta medals, featuring Auggie the dog and Franklin the cat, can be purchased now in The Cannoli Fund’s Fiesta medal shop and on eBay. Each medal proclaims “Spay or Neuter Pets,” the central mission of our nonprofit serving the cats and dogs of King William and Lavaca. The star of this year’s dog […]

The Cannoli Fund named top-rated nonprofit

The Cannoli Fund named top-rated nonprofit

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Thanks to donors’, volunteers’, and neighbors’ kind words, The Cannoli Fund has been honored as a 2016 Top-Rated Nonprofit by GreatNonprofits, the leading provider of user reviews about nonprofit organizations. The Cannoli Fund, an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization serving the King William and Lavaca neighborhoods of San Antonio, started in 2011. The 2016 Top-Rated Nonprofit […]

KWA grant will change lives of area cats

KWA grant will change lives of area cats

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The Cannoli Fund was awarded a King William Association grant to help fund its Community Cat Carpool program in the neighborhood. The grant provided for two more humane cat traps and will pay for the spay or neuter and vaccination of 34 King William cats. This will further our mission to stabilize the outdoor cat […]