The Louisiana SPCA's mission is to promote, protect and advance the well-being of Louisiana's companion animals.
Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando educates, shelters, places, and heals pets and their families with compassionate, responsible care maintained to the highest professional standards.
ARL is an unwavering champion for animals in need, committed to keeping them safe and healthy in habitats and homes.
Morris Animal Foundation is dedicated to improving and protecting the health of animals through scientific innovation, education and inspiration. We believe that no animal should suffer or die from a preventable disease – and we need your support to make that vision a reality.
The mission of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Foundation is to inspire conservation of the ocean.See Schedule O for further detail
Big Life was founded in September 2010 by photographer Nick Brandt, conservationist Richard Bonham, and entrepreneur Tom Hill to address the dramatic escalation of poaching in East Africa. Since its inception, Big Life has expanded to employ hundreds of local Maasai rangers – with more than 30 permanent outposts and tentbased field units, 14 patrol vehicles, 2 tracker dogs, and 2 planes for aerial surveillance. As a result, Big Life has dramatically reduced poaching of all wildlife in the Amboseli-Tsavo-Kilimanjaro ecosystem. Our teams have facilitated thousands of arrests, including some of the most ruthless and prolific long-term poachers in the region. Big Life’s success sends a strong message that killing wildlife carries swift and serious punishment. Big Life’s ethos: If conservation supports the people, then people will support conservation.
To rescue animals from illegal or abusive situations and rehabilitate those animals so they can live freely in large acreage natural habitats while educating people about the Captive Wildlife Crisis in America-And around the World!
The mission of Best Friends is to end the killing in America's animal shelters and create a time when there are No More Homeless Pets. We do this by building community programs and partnerships all across the nation.
To ensure the survival of rhinos through strategic partnerships, targeted protection, and scientifically sound interventions.
Paws Of War Inc falls under the Single Organization Support category: Organizations existing as a support and fund-raising entity for a single institution within the Animal-Related major group area.
Animals need your help. With a gift to ACA, you can help all animals whether farm, domestic, service, or wild. We are proud to partner with a wide range of nonprofits that reflect the values of animal lovers, and pleased to offer donors the opportunity to assist animals in ways that speak deeply to them. We advance the protection and rescue of animals from cruelty, neglect, abuse and exploitation; promote spay/neuter services and vet care for companion animals; protect endangered wildlife; and support the training of service animals that allow differently abled people to fully participate in life.
Petsmart Charities Inc is committed to strengthening communities by supporting pets and those who love them. Since 1994, we've granted over $400 million to change-making organizations that help transform the lives of pets and those who love them.
The West Suburban Humane Society (WSHS) is a private, volunteer-based, animal welfare organization that was founded in 1972 as a lost-and-found referral service and in 2020, opened a brand new Adoption Center that can house up to 25 dogs and 60 cats! WSHS is 100% funded by individuals, our business partners and private grants. The West Suburban Humane Society is dedicated to operating a premier animal shelter for the purpose of finding safe, permanent and compatible homes to adopt domestic dogs and cats. We are committed to educating and encouraging the public to humanely care for dogs and cats. No Kill Statement - The West Suburban Humane Society is a “no-kill” shelter. A “no-kill” shelter is typically defined by a save rate of 90%. West Suburban’s save rate is 98%. We never euthanize for space or time constraints. By “no-kill”, we mean that once we take an animal into our care, we treat that animal no differently than if it was one of our own pets.
OUR PURPOSE IS TO PROTECT AND PROVIDE FOR ANIMALS WHILE FOSTERING AN AWARENESS OF THEIR IMPORTANCE IN OUR LIVES.THIS IS ACCOMPLISHED BY THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS: ANIMAL RESCUE AND ADOPTION LOW/NO COST SPAY AND NEUTER SERVICES COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND ASSISTANCE
Animal Welfare Association (AWA), a private, non-profit, 501(c)3 animal welfare organization, operates the oldest and largest low-cost pet clinic, adoption center and no-kill animal shelter in South Jersey. We do not receive funds from the government or national groups. We rely upon local donations to fund our life-saving programs. Through a variety of innovative programs including adoptions, veterinary services, pet therapy, trap-neuter-return and humane education, we strive to ensure that animal companionship is accessible to all.
Working with our compassionate community we will end pet homelessness and animal suffering.
Tabby's Place is a cage-free, no-kill sanctuary for cats from hopeless situations. We fill a unique niche in the animal welfare sector by rescuing those cats in the most desperate situations, regardless of age, temperament, or most medical issues. Simply stated, Tabby’s Place embraces those cats who “nobody else wants.”
Lucky Dog Animal Rescue is a volunteer-powered nonprofit dedicated to rescuing homeless, neglected, and abandoned animals from certain euthanasia and finding them loving forever homes. We educate the community and all pet parents on responsible pet parenting, including the importance of spay/neuter, obedience training, and good nutrition.
Marine wildlife conservation to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world's oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species
To create a better humanity through education and collaboration ultimately impacting quality of life issues in the Midlands. By promoting our values of: o Respect, Justice and Compassion for those in need o Courage to create change for the betterment of the community o Partnerships with all like-minded individuals and organizations who strive to achieve a no-kill community
Alley Cat Rescue Inc falls under the Animal Protection & Welfare category: Organizations such as animal shelters that provide for the humane care, protection and control of animals and which investigate instances of cruelty to animals.
Austin Pets Alive! began when vulnerable, homeless pets truly needed us the most. When we were first imagined, Austin had a kill-rate of 87% – today, we have a save-rate of 97%. Since our founding in 1997, APA! has saved over 80,000 lives. APA!'s mission is to promote and provide the resources, education, and programs needed to eliminate the killing of companion animals. Our vision is that every shelter animal, in Central Texas and beyond, gets a true chance at the life they deserve. Austin Pets Alive! is not your average animal shelter. We pioneer comprehensive, innovative programs designed to save the animals most at risk for euthanasia. Our programs include: Barn Cat Program, Dog Behavior Program, Feline Leukemia Adoption Center, Maddie's® Cat Adoption Center for Ringworm, Neonatal Kitten Nursery, Parvo Puppy ICU, and Medical Triage and Wellness Clinic.
The Jane Goodall Institute Global's mission is to support wildlife research, education and conservation. JGIG promotes informed and compassionate action to improve the environment shared by all Earth's living creatures.
One Tail at a Time's mission is to end pet homelessness by making pet ownership a joyful and accessible experience for all. We accomplish this by rescuing animals from overcrowded shelters, placing them in loving forever homes and providing support and resources to pet owners in need.
Chicago Canine Rescue Foundation is a 501c3, no-kill animal shelter in the City of Chicago. Founded in 2001, we have proudly saved the lives of over 8,000 dogs who would otherwise be homeless, and worse, euthanized. We take into our care dogs from kill shelter facilities who have such a high intake count, they do not have the space nor resources to maintain a no-kill facility. We also partner with and house rescued animals from national animal rescue agencies who serve to bust illegal puppy mills across the country. Additionally, we have a network of affiliate partners in rural areas we support who lack the resources to operate an adoption program and seek our help. Our small but mighty team provides medical treatment, emotional and behavioral support, adoption and foster program services to each animal that comes into our care; in addition to running the long list of day-to-day responsibilities of our shelter such as cleaning, feeding, walking the animals, and so much more.
Second Chance is a nonprofit 501c3 tax exempt organization that began in 1999 in East Brookfield and relies solely on donations from grants to operate. The organization operates an adoption center in East Brookfield, Community Veterinary Hospitals in North Brookfield, Springfield, and Worcester. Second Chance helps over 40,000 pets a year through adoption, spay/neuter, veterinary care, community outreach, educational outreach programs, training, and a pet food pantry.
We provide K9 stab & bulletproof vests, K9 first aid kits, K9 Narcan kits, cooling vests, vehicle heat alarms, and other vital K9 protective equipment to underfunded Law Enforcement, Fire, Search & Rescue, and Military K9 units nationwide who cannot otherwise afford it. An all un-paid volunteer organization. 100% of donations go towards this gear.
The Animal Shelter Volunteers of Texas (ASVT), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was established in 2010. We are dedicated to helping abandoned, abused and neglected dogs and cats in the Montgomery County, Texas, area. We assist by providing medical care, supplies and surgeries for animals in need. We provide foster homes to help socialize homeless animals. We place animals into permanent, loving homes. We help with spay/neuter programs for community owned pets. We help fund the transport of animals to other states with high adoption needs.
Gulf Coast Humane Society is a regional organization dedicated to helping companion pets find their forever homes no matter how long it takes. We provide an adoption center; spay neuter and veterinary clinic, as well as education and awareness to the public about the welfare of homeless pets.
Improving our community by reuniting the lost & advocating for the unwanted.
ARF SAVES DOGS AND CATS WHO HAVE RUN OUT OF TIME AT PUBLIC SHELTERS AND BRINGS PEOPLE AND ANIMALS TOGETHER TO ENRICH EACH OTHERS LIVES.ARF'S PROGRAMS PROMOTE THE CONCEPT THAT PEOPLE'S LIVES CAN BE ENHANCED BY STRENGTHENING THE BONDS BETWEEN HUMANS AND ANIMALS
Our mission is to provide sanctuary for forgotten, unloved, and un-cared for animals in the form of foster homes. It is our goal that the foster home serves as a temporary placement until a proper forever home is found. We aim to provide education about pet care and an understanding that pets are a lifetime commitment. We promote population control by spaying and neutering our pets as well as requiring resident pets to be sterilized prior to adoption. Our current focus is dogs and cats and occasional small creatures.
"House Rabbit Society is an international nonprofit animal welfare organization with two primary goals: -To rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent homes for them and -Through education, we seek to reduce the number of unwanted rabbits — and to improve bunnies’ lives — by helping people better understand these often misunderstood companion" (from rabbit.org/about-us/)
American Humane is committed to ensuring the safety, welfare and well-being of animals. For more than a hundred years American Humane has been first in promoting the welfare and safety of animals and strengthening the bond between animals and people. We are first to serve, wherever animals are in need of rescue, shelter, protection or security. Through our innovative leadership initiatives – from our “No Animals Were Harmed®” program in Hollywood to broad-based farm and conservation animal welfare certifications, to rapid response rescue and care across the country – American Humane sets the gold standard as the most visionary and effective animal welfare organization in the nation.
To protect animals prevent cruelty and improve the health and quality of life for animals in pennsylvania.
Front Range Equine Rescue (FRER) is a 501c3 non-profit organization working to prevent the abuse and neglect of horses through rescue and education.
"The Canadian Polar Bear Habitat is a registered not-for-profit charity with a mission to promote the long-term sustainability of the polar bear through education, research, and edu-tourism. The CPBH is currently home to Ganuk, Inukshuk, Henry, and Eddy. With 24 acres of pristine, subarctic and boreal natural environment, we offer them a home as close to wild as possible." (from canadianpolarbearhabitat.com)
Rude Ranch Animal Rescue Inc falls under the Animal Protection & Welfare category: Organizations such as animal shelters that provide for the humane care, protection and control of animals and which investigate instances of cruelty to animals.
The organization's goal is to free animals from cruelty and institutionalized exploitation.
To save the lives of animals through rescue rehabilitation and adoption; to promote learning eliminate animal cruelty and be a leader in advancing the highest standards in animal welfare.
The Nassau County SPCA rescues animals from abuse and neglect. Located in Nassau County, New York, The Nassau County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a 501(c) (3), nonprofit entity organized to protect animals in the county from abuse and neglect. We hold special authority as NYS peace officers to enforce NYS Agriculture & Markets Law, and all other state and local humane laws. We are the only animal protection agency officially designated to operate within the county’s borders. The Nassau County SPCA is an organization dedicated to the rescue, care and placement of needy animals. The Society’s operations have been historically funded through contributions solicited from the public and through corporate grants. The Nassau County SPCA receives no public taxpayer funding.
Alleviating poverty is at the heart of what we do. We create jobs in developing countries and love telling people, “You’re Hired!”
Bringing children with cancer a piece of normal childhood through themed hospital parties & family experiences.
Transforming elementary school science education for everyone by teaching students, training teachers, and engagin the scientific community.