New York City lawyer Ross Abelow has gained a large amount of success in the field of family law, which has allowed him the chance to look to make the most of the many different forms of charitable organizations he has supported over the years. Abelow is now looking to create a new fundraising experience focused upon the problems experienced by the animals of New York City during the winter months. Shelters often become overcrowded during the colder months of the year as pet owners struggle to come to terms with the issues facing them during the colder months.
In order to care for the large number of animals that are homeless or vulnerable during the winter months the shelters of New York often call for greater levels of donations. Ross Abelow is looking to provide a higher level of giving by seeking $5,000 in donations to aid the work of animal shelters across the city at this difficult time of year. The shelters of New York City require a large number of supplies during these cold periods of the year, which include blankets, medical supplies, and foods; Ross Abelow hopes many animal lovers will join his fundraising efforts in a bid to provide these much needed products for shelters in the coming months.
The University of Virginia graduate has become an expert in family law trusted by people across the world for the high quality of advice he offers. Abelow was given his license to practice law in New York State in 1990, which he has maintained as he has become one of the best known and respected lawyers in the field to aid the people of New York City. In the rare spare time Ross Abelow is afforded he enjoys working with different law Websites to provide advice and assistance for their readers.
The GoFundMe page produced by Ross Abelow to help raise funds for animal shelters are designed to assist in the easy way donations can be provided Online. Abelow himself feels the raising of funds is important as by doing so the many shelters in New York City are given the chance to rescue even more animals, and help more homeless animals survive the winter months.