The 2015 ARL Tree of Life

By on November 30, 2015

The Animal Rescue League of Iowa’s annual Tree of Life display runs December 1-31 each year to collect donations for the animals during the holiday season. This time of year is especially great because of the giving, so check out the program details below and help where you can!

Location: Multiple Locations

Contact: Jessi Decker (events@arl-iowa.org)

Details

The Animal Rescue League of Iowa’s annual Tree of Life display runs December 1-31 each year to collect donations for the animals during the holiday season.

Here’s how YOU can participate!

  1. Visit any ARL location or any of the businesses on the list below to place your donation under the tree.
  2. Don’t have the time to run around town with the hustle and bustle of the holiday? We completely understand! Donate items quickly and conveniently through our online Amazon Wish List and have the donations shipped directly to the ARL! Before you purchase, sign in to Amazon Smile and .05% of your purchase will be donated to the ARL also!

Is your business interested in becoming a Tree of Life location this year? Contact Jessi at events@arl-iowa.org for more information.
Wish List

  • Pre-paid gas cards for transport vehicles
  • Quality kitten food (wet & dry)
  • Canned tuna
  • Cat litter (clay scoopable and non-scoopable)
  • Canned dog food
  • Dry adult dog and puppy food
  • Soft treats (dog & cat)
  • Puppy pads
  • MilkBones
  • Creamy peanut butter (no peanut butter containing xylitol, please)
  • Food for small animals
  • Timothy Hay
  • Toys for all species
  • Large KONG & Nylabone toys

     

Tree of Life Locations

  • ARL Main, Des Moines
  • ARL South, Des Moines
  • ARL West, West Des Moines
  • ARL Animal Care & Control Center, Des Moines
  • Bass Pro Shop-Altoona
  • Durham School Services, Ankeny
  • Hair West, Ankeny
  • Hy-Vee Corporate Office
  • Nyemaster Law Firm
  • Westside Auto Pros

About Eric Forrest

Eric Forrest is a student, teacher, writer and dad. He's had 5 dogs, 4 cats, two ducks and a cottontail rabbit he nursed back to health. When he's not writing about pets, he's writing essays, teaching literature, changing diapers and reading short stories.

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