February 11, 2015


#Winnipeg! Bake Cupcakes and Help Support Humane Society #Giveaway

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People aren’t the only ones subject to cruelty and violence at the hands of others, animals do too. Humane Societies across Canada are dedicated to protecting animals from suffering and to promoting their welfare and dignity.

The Winnipeg Humane Society was originally formalized in 1894 and reopened in 1968 after many years of turmoil. Fast forward to 2015 –  the WHS is located in a new state of the art facility where they offer adoptions, educational resources, behavioural training and many special events throughout the year.

Help raise funds for animals in need by registering your participation in the third annual National Cupcake Day™ on Monday February 23, 2015. Register today at www.nationalcupcakeday.ca, gather supporters and get baking to benefit SPCAs and Humane Societies across Canada.

By registering, baking, and most importantly fundraising for National Cupcake Day for the Winnipeg Humane Society, you will change the lives of thousands of neglected, abused and abandoned animals.

Join us and “bake” a difference!

How to get in on the fun of National Cupcake Day:

1. Register for FREE!

2. Plan and promote your Cupcake Day Party by personalizing your Online Bakery and by using the materials in your host kit (arriving in the mail).

3. Encourage co-workers, friends and family to support you by donating online through your Online Bakery.

4. Bake cupcakes.

5. Hold a National Cupcake Day party and collect donations.

6. Submit your donations. For more details visit our FAQ section.

7. Celebrate your success. The funds you raise will change the lives of animals!

Not a baker?

That’s OK! The Winnipeg Humane Society has partnered with Cupcake Corner. The Cupcake Corner has been offering delicious cupcakes and sweet treats for almost 10 years!

All you have to do is order a dozen (12) mini cupcakes for $20! $10 from every dozen sold will go towards the Winnipeg Humane Society! DOWNLOAD AN ORDER FORM RIGHT HERE!

Still not convinced? Well, how about if you win this!?!

National Cupcake Day

To help you host a successful National Cupcake Day party, PegCityLovely is offering 2 lucky Winnipeggers the chance to win a baking prize pack valued at more than $250 each, courtesy of HERSHEY’S CHIPITS and Reynolds® Staybrite®, featuring baking essentials and more!


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  1. Christy R says:

    All are in need but I feel the ones that need it the most should get more of the donation that others. I would split it by donating more money to the ones in more need and donating the rest to others.

  2. Suzie M says:

    The money should go to the most urgent needs

  3. ginette4 says:

    My thoughts are that the money should be allocated where they believe it to go

  4. Judy Cowan says:

    Since I am sure the needs of each Humane Society are different, the money should go to what ever is needed or high priority.

  5. Ashley says:

    I think it should be Donated and split between the most needy of shelters

  6. Carol M (Lushka S) says:

    Spaying and neutering would be the top priorities if it was up to me.

  7. Ivy pluchinsky says:

    I think wherever it’s needed most!

  8. Stacy k says:

    Wherever it’s needed most

  9. Soozle says:

    I think the money could be spent wisely on things like upgrading old cages

  10. Michelle H says:

    Spaying and neutering. Thanks for supporting this worthwhile cause.

  11. Suzie M says:

    It should be spent to pay Vet bills

  12. Soozle says:

    I think the money should be spent for helping with medical bills

  13. kelsey harper says:

    The money should be divided among the shelters with attention to which one needs the most help!

  14. Carol M (Lushka S) says:

    Divide it up to where there is the most need.

  15. lynn clayton says:

    to care for as many animals as possible

  16. ginette4 says:

    I believe it should go to where’s it’s not most needed

  17. Bridgett Wilbur says:

    I think they should give it to as many shelters that they can and has the most need for it.

  18. Soozle says:

    I dont think that there is one place the money should go – it all depends on needs (IE stocking up on needed supplies or replacing old items for example)

  19. Carol M (Lushka S) says:

    Divided amongst the most shelters

  20. Dreena says:

    Wherever the money is needed most – animal care, meds, food, health, etc.

  21. Suzie M says:

    It should be used for where ever the need is greatest at that time

  22. heidi c. says:

    Wherever it is most needed – food, shelter, renovations…

  23. Rebby says:

    I think it should be used mainly for vet services, as well as adoption programs!

  24. Soozle says:

    It should be used wherever needed – stocking supplies, fixing up aging cages, etc

  25. stacey h says:

    i’m a huge supporter of the WHS but think more money should go the bunnies and other small animals

  26. angie says:

    I think it should be used to expand space to accommodate unwanted pets.

  27. alicia szemon says:

    I think it should be spent to help all animals to get the food and medicine they need to be healthy(:

  28. ginette4 says:

    I think it should be where it’s the most needed.

  29. Carol M (Lushka S) says:

    Among the various shelters

  30. Judy Cowan says:

    I think the money needs to go where it is needed, whether it be food, vet bills etc. I am sure each Humane Society has different needs. As long as it helps the animals, that is the important thing.

  31. Lori Bazan says:

    Spaying and neutering is where the money should be spent. Also on medical needs for animals that are hard to adopt out due to their health challenges.

  32. Carol M (Lushka S) says:

    Spaying and neutering

  33. stacey h says:

    education. they have great school programs.

  34. Belinda McNabb says:

    the focus should be on spaying and neutering

  35. Karine says:

    Help spaying animals and lower costs of adoptions

  36. ginette4 says:

    I believe that the money should go to where it’s needed, either through food, through neutering or daily care.

  37. Brenda Penton says:

    I think it should go to spaying and neutering to help control population.

  38. kelly young says:

    i think it should be for the most needed

  39. Angie says:

    I think for medical for those that can’t afford medical treatments for their animals. It is pretty costly and I am fortunate to afford it but I know others that can’t but still deserve to have pets.

  40. Jenness M says:

    Trapping and fixing the feral cat population of Winnipeg.

  41. stacy k says:

    Food and Medical- unless it is needed in another area more.

  42. Jennifer Hjorleifson says:

    I think it should go to the ones that need it the most

  43. Andrew P says:

    I don’t have a preference where it goes, as long as it goes to wherever it is most needed

  44. Carla B says:

    regular daily care of animals, spay and neuter clinics. maybe some funds to help with the cost of pet licensing

  45. Amy C says:

    The money should go where ever it’s needed most. Food, shelter for the animals, vet costs.

  46. kelly young says:

    i think it should be the ones in the most needs

  47. Glogirl says:

    It should be distributed by going to provide shelter for animals as well as towards food and vet costs.

  48. angela m says:

    Where it is needed most.. Food , shelter, medical

  49. Trish says:

    Always been a support of the human society.

  50. stacey h says:

    the spay & neuter program, there are many families that can’t afford it

  51. Carol M (Lushka S) says:

    Where it is most needed.

  52. Toby says:

    Where it’s needed most, whether to provide food, medical care, whatever the priority may be.

  53. Lori Lewis says:

    What a great idea! I’m not sure if I understand the question exactly, but I hope the money gets distributed as fairly as possible to help the most animals in need!

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