UPDATE: January 13, 2017 

We’ve been receiving periodic updates from the One Orlando Fund and because of your support and others around the country like you they’ve been able to distribute $29.5 million directly to the 305 Pulse victims.  It didn’t come from large corporations or individuals making huge donations but from individuals like you that shopped with us that day to say we stand for love and we stand for equality for all.  It’s also amazing that 100% (yes 100%) of the funds raised went into the One Orlando Fund  and directly to those individuals – no overhead administration fees or travel expenses came out of the fund.  That’s truly amazing!  

UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who came out to support our Give Back Orlando Day!  It was a tremendous success!  We’ve donated $1800 to the OneOrlando Fund! 

Our hearts ache for the friends and families and the entire LGBTQ community in Orlando.  Their stories are gut wrenching and their stories are our stories; sons, daughters, fathers, mothers, boyfriends, girlfriends, best friends, all are gone.  The amount of pain that one individual has caused the families, the LGBTQ community, America and the world is nothing short of horrifying. 

As members of the LGBTQ community Four Muddy Paws Co Owners, Matt and Jeff , felt compelled to do something good in honor of everyone affected by this terrible tragedy.  So Four Muddy Paws will be hosting a very special GIVE BACK ORLANDO fundraiser on Saturday, June 18. 

We’ll be donating 20% of our sales at both Lafayette Square and Edwardsville and donating them to the 

OneOrlando Fund. 

The OneOrlando Fund was announced this week by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer both for immediate needs and the future. 

Here are more details about the OneOrlando Fund 

The purpose of the OneOrlando Fund is to provide a way to help respond to the needs of our community, now and in the time to come, after the effects of the Pulse tragedy. 

For more about the OneOrlando Fund – Click Here 

It’s our way of honoring the lives that are no longer with us and understanding that enough is enough.  We can and must do better.