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Our Partners

Circle of Friends Animal Society

Founded in 2007 by a dedicated group of volunteers, Circle of Friends Animal Society (COFAS) is a non-profit that seeks to help Georgia communities by rescuing those animals that other rescue groups might leave behind (because they have health conditions, might take a little longer to adopt out, etc.)


Financed entirely by supporters and run solely out of volunteer foster homes, this groups uses 100% of donated monies to change the lives of animals in need and pair them with their PURRfect FURever homes.


In 2015, COFAS rescued 1,015 total animals.  Since 2007, the group has rescued over 5,000 homeless animals.

The Think Pink Committee is a proud supporter of COFAS and will donate a percentage of profits from poodle sales to support their mission.

The 567 Center for Renewal is a non-profit community space for entrepreneurs, artists, and musicians who bring a collaboratively creative life to downtown Macon and surrounding areas through events, classes, and business development. It offers an art gallery, all-ages music venue, and business incubator.

For the second year, The 567 Center for Renewal has partnered with the Think Pink Committee and will display all of the decorated poodles in addition to other works by all participating artists! 

The 567 Center for Renewal

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The Think Pink Committee would like to give a special thank you to Warno-Cam Paint Co. of Macon and its owner, Mr. Benji Lewis, for donating all of the pink paint used to provide the base coat for our signature pink poodles!

Warno-Cam Paint Co. of Macon, INC.

F Stop Photography is a specialty shop providing customers with professional printing and duplicating services for special memories and events. Visit their website to learn more!


The Think Pink Committee would like to thank F Stop Photography for their continued sponsorship of the Think Pink Youth Photography Contest. In addition to working with local photographers to promote and judge the 2018 contest, F Stop will help host the awards ceremony for contest winners. 

The  Think Pink committee would like to thank the gallery for being a pick-up and drop-off point for the local artists.

The gallery offers artwork by local artists, painting classes for adults and children, and painting parties. For more information see their website:

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