Cornerstone & Club KO fundraiser



Kickboxing for Homeless Animals

Club KO and Cornerstone Pets are conducting a Thanksgiving fundraiser for Companion Animal Placement of Hoboken, NJ.

club ko cornerstone pets animal fundraiser 2 - Cornerstone & Club KO fundraiser

Companion Animal Placement, CAP, is a non-profit organization committed to saving the lives of animals while educating the public about the spaying and neutering of all pets. CAP is run 100% by volunteers and was founded in 1989 for the sole purpose of finding homes for unwanted animals. They do not have a shelter for animals but take animals that come from shelters, abusive homes, the streets or once happy homes. Pets are then fostered, primarily in volunteer homes and cared for medically and lovingly until forever homes are found.

There are several opportunities and ways to contribute:

  • Sunday, November 11th, CAP will be holding an adoption event from 12-3pm at the Hoboken Animal Hospital, 640 Washington Street in Hoboken. Donations will be collected during the event and if you are open to adopting a dog or cat, come down and see some of the numerous animals that are looking for homes.
  • Sunday, November 18th from at 4:00, at Club KO at 900 Madison Street in Hoboken, where everyone is invited to attend a free, special kickboxing class and will be given the opportunity at that time to make donations in support of Companion Animal Placement.

At any time during November, you can drop off checks or cash at Cornerstone Pets at 105 – 9th Street, between Bloomfield and Washington Streets in Hoboken, or at any of the two Club-KO Hoboken locations at 900 Madison Street or 127 Grand St. Or, make a donation on-line through Pay Pal at All funds collected will be donated directly to Companion Animal Placement and are tax deductible.

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Sunday, November 18, 2007 7:11 pm

Thanks to everyone that showed up today at Club KO for the “Kickboxing for Kibble” fundraiser. Thanks, Mike Andreula for your work in putting this all together and thanks Hoboken 411 for putting this online. Please continue to contribute at Yes, funds are needed to run Companion Animal Placement. It doesn’t happen without the generosity of many, many people. Please think about making a tax deductible contribution that will go a long way in helping homeless animals in our area. No, stop thinking, and just do it. Much appreciated. Jeff

Friday, November 9, 2007 5:40 pm

That’s Daisy! She lives in the Shipyard. She is an American Bulldog, maybe with some Pitt. A very loving, and wonderful dog that became the subject of the photo through the artwork of Ron Schmidt, who used to work out of the Monroe Arts Center. His work can be see at I sell his photos – some signed orginals, and prints – at my store, Cornerstone Pets. He is a great photographer and friend and he and his wife started Loose Leashes a year or two ago. Look for the book in 2008.

Friday, November 9, 2007 10:58 am

What breed of dog is that?

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