My Platform

Battle Buddies.

Read how I'm making an impact in my local community.

Battle Buddies is my own charity that I have created to act for my passion for animals as well as veterans who protect our country. We will be raising funds and resources for local Moore County animal shelters through fundraisers, food drives, drop boxes and more service projects. As well as spreading awareness for non-euthanization because I believe that all animals deserve to be treated with love and care. That is the pet part of it and for the veterans part I am going to be fundraising to donate towards continuing the mission. Continuing the mission is an organization that provides expense free service dogs for North Carolina veterans. These service animals can do a variety of tasks to help improve the quality of life for veterans struggling with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and MST (Military Sexual Trauma). And I hope to raise enough funds to sponsor a service dog for a veteran. My overall goal for this platform is to make a difference throughout my community and in the lives of veterans and animals.

Moore County

Moore Humane Society

Non-Profit "No Kill" Animal Shelter

Moore Humane Society is a private, nonprofit rescue organization incorporated in 1966. They are the founders of animal welfare in the Sandhills and operate the only privately funded, state licensed “no-kill” animal shelter in Moore County.

Moore Humane Society are not part of Moore County Government or animal control. They receive no government support of any kind or funding from any organization. Private donations are their only source of income and their ability to rescue homeless animals in need depends entirely on the compassion and generosity of members. Your support will help save the lives of and find homes for Moore animals!

North Carolina & Beyond

Continuing the Mission

Trained support dogs for veterans

Established in March of 2016, Continuing the Mission (CTM) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing fully trained Assistance Dogs at no cost to qualifying Veterans. They have established a birth-to-placement model that immerses our dogs in continuous social and functional activities starting at 8-10 weeks of age.

CTM’s immersion model ensures that our dogs are continuously in a social setting, being exposed to as many different aspects of life as possible. They also look for opportunities for our dogs to give back throughout their two year training period by participating in numerous events that support CTM Veterans and the larger Veteran community.

Continuing the Mission is operated by a team of dedicated volunteers who make partnership with a purpose successful.