Trinity Got Her Fence!!

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So happy that I can finally say that sweet Trinity and her family were blessed with a big & secure backyard fence today! As many of you know, I met Trinity back in June after seeing her Go Fund Me Page flyer in a local restaurant. At that time, she was raising money to get a service dog. A few weeks after I met her she was blessed with a Judah, her new Australian Labradoodle. I decided to then focus on raising money for her family to get a backyard fence for Trinity and her new puppy. 

I reached out to Renee LaSalle - she wrote an article about Trinity in Savannah Morning News and we even had an appearance on WSAV The Bridge! That same week I hosted a Pop-Up Shop at RMC Boutique downtown to continue raising money.  A few weeks went by, but I stayed positive because I knew that someway, God would bless Trinity's family. I received a phone call from Pam Cole, who had seen the newspaper article & wanted to help. I got her in touch with Nina, Trinity's mom right away! 

Today, Trinity's fence was completed. I can't say THANK YOU enough to Pam Cole and her companies, Trace Staffing & CORBAK - Office Technology Solutions for providing the fence. This was such a beautiful and generous donation to someone Pam had never even met. Now, Trinity & Judah have a safe place to play, and Nina doesn't have to worry about Trinity wandering off anymore.

I want to thank each and everyone one of my followers who shared Trinity's story & donated to her Go Fund Me Page. Thanks to Renee for helping us get Trinity's story out there. Thank you to Skye Doodle Atlanta for giving Trinity's family a HUGE discount on this wonderful puppy, and to Stan Perkins of the Wounded Warrior Dog Project for donating FREE service dog training for Judah.  

I am still blown away by all of the great things that have happened for Trinity in a few short months. It just goes to show you that it only takes a few acts of kindness to make an impact on someone's life.  I hope this inspires you in some way to pay it forward. xoxo, Meredith