"Rainbow Girls" of California deliver a huge financial boost to the Barry R. Kirshner Wildlife Foundation in Butte County this week.
Rainbow Girls is an organization for young women that was founded in 1922. It promotes faith, hope and charity.
Each year the statewide order chooses a different charity to benefit from its fundraising efforts.
This year the Kirshner Wildlife Foundation was chosen, and was presented with a check for $67,000.000.
Founder Roberta Kirshner held three baby cats called "Servals" as she told us, "This is a tremendous help. We'll be able to take in more babies like this one. All three babies came to us at 7 days of age and they're thriving. Their mother just abandoned them."
Kirshner says the money will help extend electricity to the area where the animals are caged, and it will pay for a security system around the property.
It will also buy a new van for transporting the animals to schools, hospitals and community events. ###