**Note: this fundraiser has ended. We donated $1,000 to SAVE—thank you for your participation!

Digi Donates to SAVE for the Holidays!

Digital Dog Direct is delivering this Digi just for you so you can help raise money for our friends at SAVE, A Friend to Homeless Animals, in Princeton, NJ.

It’s easy…

  1. Download and print this PDF of Digi (the cute dog in the scarf below)
  2. Snap a photo of Digi – with you, at home, the office, around Princeton, etc.
  3. Post it to our Facebook Page or tag us on Twitter

…and we’ll make a $1 donation to SAVE!

Update: We’re now donating $5 per photo to SAVE!

Snap a selfie of you and Digi, grab a group pic, or show us where Digi is hanging out at your home, office, or town.

Facebook: /DigitalDogDirect    Twitter: @DigiDogDirect
Posting from your mobile to Facebook? Please visit our page and “share photo” in order to qualify for a donation.


Each unique photo you post to Digital Dog Direct’s Facebook page or with Digital Dog Direct tagged on Twitter will equate to a $1 donation. Please post all photos by Friday, January 9th!

Thank you for participating and helping our local animals in need. Encourage your family and friends to participate by sharing this link and asking them to post their own Digi photos.

Best wishes for a wonderful holiday and a happy & prosperous New Year, from your friends at Digital Dog Direct!

Founded in 1941, SAVE is an independent non-profit animal shelter dedicated to protecting the health and welfare of homeless companion animals in the greater Princeton area. Through six core programs of Rescue, Shelter, Health and Welfare, Spay/Neuter, Adoption, and Humane Education, SAVE focuses on the rehabilitation and successful placement of treatable and adoptable animals. SAVE endeavors to build, foster, and strengthen the human-animal bond.

SAVE operates as a limited admission shelter with contracts to serve Princeton Township, Princeton Borough and Lawrence Township animal control centers. SAVE depends mostly on private contributions to support its six core programs. The shelter facility houses approximately 75 dogs and cats at a time, and helps an average of 400 animals a year.

Follow SAVE on Facebook and Twitter.