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PLEASE CONFIRM: Your 'Save Our Skins' supporter status

Your gift can do twice as much for dogs, rabbits, and other animals.

Dear Blue,

Time is running out for you to take part in PETA's "Save Our Skins" Matching-Gift Challenge—the only chance you'll get this year to double your impact on our vital work to prevent animals from suffering for their skin, fur, or feathers.

Our records indicate that we've yet to hear from you. Don't let this special opportunity to help more animals pass you by.

Your Supporter Status:

Name:  Blue Blue
Member ID: 890582994
Matching-Gift Status: UNCLAIMED

'Save Our Skins' Campaign Status:

Matching Gifts: Up to $250,000
Deadline: June 30, 2018
Matching-Gift Offer: STILL ACTIVE

Your Impact for Animals:
Donate $35.
Your $35 donation will be DOUBLED to have the impact of $70.

Donate $50.
Your $50 donation will be DOUBLED to have the impact of $100.

Donate $100.
Your $100 donation will be DOUBLED to have the impact of $200.

Donate another amount.
Your gift will be DOUBLED to have twice the impact, up to $250,000.

Your gift to PETA will be instantly doubled to help more dogs, goats, rabbits, crocodiles, geese, and other animals by strengthening our vital work, including doing the following:

  • Our powerful eyewitness exposés will reveal the misery of the skins trade. PETA Asia's recent investigation of angora goat farms in South Africa documented that terrified goats were dragged, pinned down, and left cut and bleeding as part of the violent shearing process. After hearing from PETA, major clothing brands—including Gap, H&M, Topshop, UNIQLO, and Zara—banned mohair from their shelves. Double your impact to help more animals.
  • Our determined campaigns will encourage even more designers and retailers to drop leather, fur, feathers, and wool. Powered by supporters like you, PETA and our international affiliates have now persuaded more than 300 retailers—including Ann Taylor, Forever 21, and Tommy Hilfiger—to ban angora wool from their store shelves and, as a result, prevent countless angora rabbits from suffering. Donate right now and your gift will be matched.
  • Our innovative consumer outreach will persuade people worldwide to choose only animal-friendly fashions. Our attention-grabbing demonstrations and powerful videos are opening the eyes of countless consumers to the suffering behind items that are made from cruelty. Donate now and do twice as much to help animals.

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