Girlfriends Films and adult superstar Allie Haze are supporting Best Friends Animal Society with a $1,000 donation. The animal care organization is the September selection from Girlfriends Films’ charity program, as chosen by Haze. Popular lesbian performer Jelena Jensen also selected Best Friends Animal Society in November 2011, as did AVN Media Network Paul Fishbein in January 2012. Haze’s donation is dedicated to ensuring a time when there are no longer homeless pets.
Girlfriends Films calls on its strong community of fans and followers to join Allie Haze in the prevention of homeless pets. Donations of all sizes may be made directly to Best Friends Animal Society by clicking HERE.
“I chose this charity because I believe animals have a special place in everyone’s lives,” says Haze. “Before I started in porn, I volunteered at animal shelters in my home town and also assisted many animal rescues by fostering and rehoming rescued animals. When I was 18, I attended a trade school and received my certification as a Vet Assistant, working in many different clinics.”
Haze continues, “I am now the proud doggy parent to two beautiful English Bulldogs. Best Friends Animal Society stood out to me because they rescue and rehome animals from all walks of life, from dogs to cats, and even birds and pigs. I know this donation will be put to good use.”
Allie Haze has appeared in over a dozen Girlfriends Films movies, including “Women Seeking Women: Volume 60,” “Twisted Passions 6,” “Road Queen: Part 15,” and “Field of Schemes: Part 8.”
Girlfriends Films has a long history of charitable contributions, having donated over $20,000 in 2011. Last year the company recently restructured its charity program from an annual end-of-year donation to an ongoing, monthly program. AVN Media founder Paul Fishbein kicked off the 2012 giving with a donation to Best Friend Animal Society, followed by Tanya Tate’s gift to the National Breast Cancer Coalition, XBIZ Managing Editor Dan Miller’s donation to the American Red Cross, AVN Senior Editor Mark Kernes’ donation to the Guttmacher Institute, RayVeness’ selection of Treasures, and more.