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Pit Sisters Rescue Named JAX’s Boldest Nonprofit
Pit Sisters Rescue, a Northeast Florida organization dedicated to bully breeds, has been named JAX's Boldest Nonprofit.
Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown recognized the top three entries for each category at the Innovate Northeast Florida launch at the Cummer Museum of Arts and Gardens:
• Nonprofit: Pit Sisters Rescue, Rethreaded, Wounded Warrior Project
• Project: Jacksonville SuperFest, Adventure Landing’s WinterFEST 2011, Jax Kids Book Club
• Company: Law Offices of John Phillips, BookItOut.com, GuideWell Health and Wellness Company
Pit Sisters Jen Watson and Sybil Turner accepted the award with Anilina, one of the “Putnam 7”. The “Putnam 7” are seven pit bull types who were the first to be released from Putnam County Animal Control since 2001. Pit Sisters worked with the Sheriff’s Office, which runs the county shelter, to end an eleven-year-
“Pit bull dogs have a very bad reputation,”
For more information, visit www.pitsisters.org or contact Jen Watson at (904) 251-5950 or email@example.com.
About Pit Sisters
Founded in October 2011, Pit Sisters is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bully breeds. Pit Sisters’ mission is to provide voices, homes and love to those who cannot speak, and to remove pit bull stereotypes. For more information, visit www.pitsisters.org.
Photos © Ken McCray Photography
Page Updated Last on: Apr 28, 2012