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William is the IT Manager at ADEC Solutions USA Group, a global leader in business and technology solutions. On his own time, William is also the Founder and Director of the Greater Binghamton Marathon, a charity event that supports local businesses and charities. Through the annual event, he has raised several thousand dollars for the Binghamton community.
It takes a team of dedicated volunteers to make Confluence Cat Rescue a success. Meet our executive board and get to know the faces behind the Confluence Cat Rescue.
Cindy is our Founder. She comes to us with over four years' experience in other rescues, and through that experience she has forged numerous connections with other organizations. She is dedicated to helping any animal, whether it has fur, feathers, or scales. Cindy's ability to rally the troops and bring people together to help animals means that no one gets left in the cold.
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Financial donations can be offered through our GoFundMe page. Donations in the form of supplies are also welcome.
Our mission at Confluence Cat Rescue (CCR) is is simple - the prevention of cruelty to animals. How we go about it, though, is a bit more complicated. Specifically, CCR promotes safe feline adoption and fostering, spreads awareness of the importance of spaying and neutering pets, and it promotes public education regarding responsible pet ownership. Working with first responders, vets, and other qualified rescues during emergencies and sudden life events helps owners to keep their pets rather than surrendering them to shelters. Confluence Cat Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
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Jen has lived in the Greater Binghamton area for 20 years and been involved in animal rescue and fostering for the past five. She has experience with the smaller rescue organizations in the area. She enjoys fostering kittens, especially litters of bottle babies. Jen lives in Johnson City with her husband, Dan, and their rescue cats, Lulu, Charlie, and Cricket
Send us an email, post on our page in Facebook, or simply take a walk down to your nearest shelter! Someone's waiting to go to a furever home!
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Tamara is an accountant at SUNY Broome and has her BA degree in Business Management from Binghamton University. She owns two businesses and organizes the Dick’s Greater Binghamton Marathon. She is very knowledgeable in a variety of fields, loves animals of all shapes and sizes, and is a docent at the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park in Binghamton, NY.