GG’s Journey: The Gift that Keeps on Giving

GG’s Journey: The Gift that Keeps on Giving

Posted by Cheryl Phillips on

Contribute to  GG’s Foundation to Spay/Neuter and Help Animals 4-Paws at a Time with the Purchase of GG’s Journey

Northville, MIGG’s Journey: From Lost to Loved is more than just a novella.  It’s an emotional journey that inspires people and gives back to animals in need.

The holiday season is about giving. Whether it’s giving a gift to someone special or giving back to a charitable cause close to your heart, these next couple months are about making a positive impact on someone else’s life.  By giving the gift of GG’s Journey, you will be giving the gift of an inspirational book while donating to GG’s Foundation.  The Foundation was started by Cheryl Phillips after Gorgeous Gal changed her life. It is her mission to create better lives for animals in need in our communities.

TNR, Trap-Neuter-Return, and humane education are significant programs supported by GG’s Foundation. Abandoned felines are humanely trapped and brought to a veterinary clinic to be spayed or neutered, to reduce overpopulation.  Each feline gets shots, flea treatment, and other medical attention as needed.  The felines are then returned and reunited with their colony caretakers who provide them with love, food, and shelter. The TNR program has spayed and neutered 194 felines, and 70 of the animals found loving homes through collaboration with local shelters and rescues.  

For readers of any age, this book is giving the gift of hope this holiday season. GG’s Journey readers have said, “If you ever wondered what the animals you take care of are thinking, GG tells you in her own words… She proves that compassion and understanding are the key ingredients to making the right decisions about these animals. I encourage you to read this book and then visit your local shelter and find your GG.”  Ken Kempkens - President and Shelter Director, Humane Society of Macomb

About GG’s Journey: From Lost to Loved

GG’s Journey gives a voice to animals who cannot speak for themselves. Being compassionate to animals can help us become a kinder, gentler nation. For more information visit www.ggsjourney.com or contact info@ggsjourney.com.

About the Author
Cheryl Phillips has held the positions of Vice President, Masco Corporation Foundation and Director, Global Purchasing for Masco Corporation, a Fortune 250 Corporation with annual sales exceeding $8 billion. She received her MBA from Eastern Michigan University.

In 2003, she joined Beaumont Health (Oakwood Healthcare, Inc.) Foundation Board of Trustees and chaired the Stewardship Program and the Beaumont Health (Oakwood Women’s Healthcare Classic). In 2013, she joined the Beaumont Health (Oakwood Healthcare, Inc.) Board of Trustees. She was a member of the Board of Trustees Quality Committee and sits on the Women Supporting Women’s Health Advisory Board.

She was a recipient of the 2014 Twilight Benefit Civic Leadership Award.  In 2008 accepted the R. Gene Richter Global Award for Leadership and Innovation in Supply Management from the Institute for Supply Management.  In 2007 received the YWCA Western Wayne County’s Women of Achievement Award in the category of Dedicated Volunteer, and in 2003 was awarded Distinguished Volunteer by the National Society of Fundraising Executives on National Philanthropy Day. Other activities include volunteer work for the Humane Society of Huron Valley and participating in animal rescue, spay/neuter to prevent animal homelessness and overpopulation and protection activities speaking on behalf of our furry friends for humane treatment of animals and Humane Education for people, animals, and the planet. 

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