Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals

Rating: 5 stars   3 reviews

Issues: Animals

Location: 328 Upper Gulph Rd. Radnor PA 19087 USA

Mission:

Our Mission

Francisvale’s mission is a no kill shelter, accepting adoptable cats and dogs, providing loving care while looking for permanent homes.


Programs: TO PROVIDE CARE AND SHELTER FOR SMALL ANIMALS. IN ADDITION THE ORGANIZATION PROVIDES ADOPTION SERVICES WHEN APPROPRIATE. THE ORGANIZATION ALSO PROVIDES BURIAL SERVICES FOR DECEASED ANIMALS
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Rating: 5 stars  

Hello: As an animal lover, and someone that has utilized Francisvale in the past, I would highly recommend getting involved - as a volunteer; if you're looking to adopt a pet, and especially if you'd like to assist them with their cause.

There is a tremendous way to get involved in donating, and it won't even cost you a dime! In fact, it will save you money each month, and Francisvale will receive a one-time payment of $15.00, and a monthly recurring amount too .. simply by YOU saving money on your electric bill each month! That's correct, you save money each month, and Francisvaie MAKES money each month (and in a one-time payment too).

As part of the deregulation of the energy business here in Pennsylvania, there is now competition in the electricity marketplace. As such, you now have options on who is your provider of electricity. Competition means lower pricing than the large mega-providing incumbents (PECO in this case). The best part is that nothing changes by you switching who provides the "distribution" of the electricity. PECO continues to service your account; do the billing, etc. All you're doing is opting to pay less per month vs. what they're currently charging you. AND, in the process of saving money each month, are helping Francisvale obtain funding they would normally not have. Consider all incidentals that are involved in running an organization like Francisvale on a daily basis - food for the animals, treats, medicines, housing, cleaning supplies (laundry detergent, water, hoses, buckets, soaps, mats, towels, etc.). The list goes on and on...

Consider the amount of money they would generate should the word get out of this fabulous program .. say just 300 or so families:

300 x $15.00 = $4,500.00 in a one-time payment
300 x $2.00 = $600.00 per month (month-after-month as long as the customer stays with Park Power)

That monthly revenue would be an incredible boost to their efforts. Again, the customer is saving money on their electric bill each month, and Francisvale is making money! What could be better ..

You can save money on both residential and commercial rates.

To participate please reach out to myself (& Francisvale) and let us know that you're interested in doing so. Then simply switch your service with the following link:

www.parkpower.com/bobhoffsis

Click "Become a Customer" at the top, then simply fill in your zip code. There are options available to you as to whether or not you'd like a "variable rate", or to lock-in a "fixed rate". The process takes about 2 minutes to complete. All you'll need would be your current electric bill account number.

We are currently offering service in the following territories:
PECO
MetEd
PPL
Duquesne Power

We are currently "testing" with Atlantic City Power

Should someone wish to support Francisvale in any of these service areas, it's certainly possible to do so, but contact us first so we can make sure the proper credit is given to Francisvale.

Thank you,

Bob Hoffsis
bobhoffsis@pointproviders.com

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Assist them with their fundraising efforts .. making their current goals come true, and allow for additional goals.

How does this organization compare with others in the same sector?

Very Well

How much of an impact do you think this organization has?

A lot

Will you recommend this organization to others?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2014

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