Sep
21
to Sep 22

Australian Cattle Dog Rescue Association Fundraiser

Australian Cattle Dog Rescue Association (ACDRA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organized to facilitate the rescue and adoption of Australian Cattle Dogs in need. Their goal is to eliminate the stray, abandoned, and unwanted ACDs through spay/neuter, adoptions, and education. Through their network of members and foster homes, they rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome Australian Cattle Dogs and ACD mixes from animal control groups, shelters, and owner surrenders.

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Sep
28
to Sep 29

Friends of Wake County Animal Center Fundraiser

We're fundraising for Friends of Wake County Animal Center (FWCAC) this weekend! FWCAC is dedicated to improving the quality of life for animals at Wake County Animal Center.  Through fundraising efforts, they provide access to vital medical care, boarding and placement for shelter animals in need, thereby improving their health and helping more animals find forever homes.  Their team also promotes adoption, safety, and responsible pet ownership via education and public outreach.  They provide support to local rescues, animals shelters, and adopters to help diminish the number of homeless animals.

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Oct
5
to Oct 6

The Rescue Crew Fundraiser

The Rescue Crew is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit Minnesota-based animal rescue organization which strives to prevent the unnecessary euthanasia of companion animals by finding them loving forever homes.

While they rescue companion animals of all sizes, ages, breeds and conditions, The Rescue Crew will always maintain a focus on helping one of the least adopted and most euthanized breeds in the country – the “pit bull-type” dog or “bully breed.

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Oct
8
to Oct 9

National Anatolian Shepherd Rescue Network Fundraiser

NASRN is dedicated to placing unwanted, displaced and abandoned Anatolian Shepherd Dogs(ASDs) into safe, caring homes. NASRN works with owners who are no longer able to, or no longer wish to, keep their Anatolians, in placing them in more suitable homes. NASRN also works directly with shelters to pull dogs from facilities and place them either in foster care or directly into new homes. They are committed to helping Anatolians and their crosses, regardless of age or health condition.

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Oct
12
to Oct 13

SNARR Northeast Fundraiser

Special Needs Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation saves the toughest dogs to place; those with serious medical conditions, paralyzed dogs, deaf and blind dogs, severely emaciated dogs, dogs with neurological deficits & disease, dogs with injuries and orthopedic issues - the animals that nobody else wants; the dogs that would otherwise be euthanized. The 501(c)3 rescue has since saved countless animals.

“We are a smaller rescue, with BIG hearts and we do our best to make each dog feel as though they are someone’s pet. We do not believe in pulling a dog from a shelter, only to put it in another shelter environment. Not only do we give these dogs a place to live, but we work diligently with them, socializing them, training them, rehabilitating them, and providing whatever extensive and costly medical care they require.”

SNARR Northeast pulls dogs from high kill shelters all over the country with a focus on the local NYC, NJ and surrounding area shelters. Although the title speaks for itself as “Special Needs”, SNARR also saves perfectly healthy dogs as well. The rescue is not picky, as long as they can figure out a safe, responsible home for an animal to be placed.

Big, small, thin, fat, young, old, healthy or sick, SNARR will do their best.

 
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Oct
26
to Oct 27

Freedom German Shepherd Rescue Fundraiser

Freedom German Shepherd Rescue is a brand new rescue that launched on February 1st of 2019. However, the leadership team has 20 years of rescue experience collectively. They are comprised solely of unpaid volunteers that share the common goal of saving neglected, abused, and abandoned German Shepherds and German Shepherd mixes from shelters, owners who can no longer keep them and partner rescues. They strive to transform the lives of homeless, abandoned, neglected and abused German Shepherds and German Shepherd mixes by placing them with loving and nurturing temporary foster families.

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Nov
5
to Nov 6

Hounds in Pounds Fundraiser

The mission of Hounds in Pounds, a 501c3 public charity, is to end the killing of thousands of adoptable dogs in the United States daily.  They are 100% not for profit and to date have relied solely on donations from the public. Their multi-faceted approach combines rescue, adoption, spay/neuter outreach and public education. 

Hounds in Pounds is a lifeline for thousands of cats and dogs that otherwise wouldn’t stand a chance. As one can imagine, the costs associated with running an operation of this magnitude are enormous, and that's where we come in! Let's help them continue their amazing work.

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Nov
9
to Nov 10

New Life for Paws Fundraiser

New Life For Paws rescues stray, neglected and abandoned dogs from Aruba, while also providing spay and neuter to help reduce the overpopulation of homeless dogs. They provide shelter, food and veterinary treatment for each of the rescue dogs that they save, and we'd love to help them continue their mission! 

New life for Paws Foundation is a legally registered foundation in Aruba and a registered 501(c)(3) not for profit organization in the United States. Aruba Flight Volunteers is a registered 501(c)(3) not for profit organization that helps them transport these pups to the US, where they can find their forever families! 

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Nov
12
to Nov 14

Forget Me Not Animal Sanctuary of Las Vegas Fundraiser

Forget Me Not Animal Sanctuary of Las Vegas was founded in January of 2016. They are a 501(c)(3) organization with the heartfelt mission of providing love, care, and compassion to the less fortunate animals in Las Vegas. They help homeless animals, those with special needs, and those that are on death row in our shelters. We are excited to help them raise funds to get some pups the loving, forever homes they deserve!

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Nov
23
to Nov 24

A3P Fundraiser

A3P is a collaboration of volunteers from a variety of professions who desire to build a complex to house adoptable pets and provide sanctuary to those older, injured, or otherwise difficult to place animals that are at risk of euthanasia.  They are a relatively new non-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization, located in Virginia, that is foster-based currently. Their goal is for A3P to grow into a safe haven for pets.

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Nov
30
to Dec 1

The HOWS Project Fundraiser

HOWS stands for Houses of Wood & Straw, and the HOWS Project is a community service project which exists to construct wooden dog houses and deliver them, along with bales of straw bedding and other essential items, to outside dogs in Charlottesville and surrounding counties in need of more appropriate outdoor shelter.

Not all dogs get the opportunity to regularly share the indoors with their guardian, and while The HOWS Project believes that all dogs should be - and need to be - allowed inside, they realize that, unfortunately, too many dogs find themselves outside alone, at the end of a chain or in a tiny pen, and without appropriate shelter. 

The HOWS Project strives to educate people about the needs of dogs; and, for those dogs who must spend much or all of their time outside, they provide more comfortable shelter than what they would have had otherwise. HOWS recipients from current and past years, and other dogs that we encounter on our journeys, receive bales of straw bedding each fall/winter season; and other items such as water buckets, food bowls, nylon collars, leashes, and swivels to keep tethers from kinking are distributed as needed. Hundreds of dogs have benefited from their services, and we want to help them keep as many dogs comfortable as possible!

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Dec
7
to Dec 8

Wings of Love Kuwait Fundraiser

Wings of Love, Kuwait is a volunteer-run, nonprofit dog rescue organization founded in 2015 that not only does incredible work but is right in our backyard! Their mission is to help find loving foster and adoptive homes in the United States for dogs that have been abandoned and abused in Kuwait, and that have little hope for survival.

 
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Jan
11
to Jan 12

Columbia Humane Society Fundraiser

Columbia Humane Society is a no-kill animal shelter located in St. Helens, Columbia County, Oregon. They were established in 1985 to help displaced and neglected animals find new homes in Columbia County. They also promote awareness for the need to spay & neuter to humanely control animal population.

Columbia Humane Society is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization who does not receive funding from any national or state animal welfare group or government agency. Their operations rely solely on income from donors, small grants, and fundraising events…like ours! Let’s raise some funds for this fantastic organization.

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Jan
18
to Jan 19

Beagle Freedom Project Fundraiser

Beagle Freedom Project is a non-profit animal rescue and advocacy organization and the world’s leading organization for rescuing and rehoming animals used in experimental research. BFP is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of animals used in testing and research and subjected to other forms of unique cruelty, abuse and neglect. BFP strives to end this cruelty through its educational programs, campaign initiatives and lobbying efforts to make the world a better, safer and healthier place for both animals and people alike.

Since 2010 the charity has been freeing survivors from laboratory experiments, senior and special needs animals from shelters, and victims of horrific abuse from around the world. 

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Jan
25
to Jan 26

Heidi's Horse and Hound Retirement Fundraiser

Weekend fundraiser, Canadian edition! Heidi’s Horse and Hound Retirement is a registered not for profit in Canada dedicated to rehabilitating & rehoming hounds and hunt horses. They work with hunting clubs, private owners, as well as other not for profits and rescues. They love hounds and want to show the world how wonderful they are.

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Feb
8
to Feb 9

Harbin Slaughterhouse Survivors Fundraiser

Three women living in Harbin, North-East China, working full-time as teachers started rescuing animals together in the summer of 2016 in their free time, after seeing the vast amount of animals needing help in Harbin, and China as a whole. When they began rescuing animals in July of 2016, they took in only a handful of dogs; since then, over 2,000 animals have come through their rescue. Their goal is to help even more animals find safety, receive treatment and get their well deserved and overdue happily ever afters.

The Harbin SHS Safehouse is located in Harbin, China. As there are no legislative protections in place for animals in that country, they dedicate their efforts to rescuing animals from the Meat Trade (along with local abuse, neglect and abandonment cases). With the help of their amazing flight volunteers and Partner Rescues, Harbin SHS survivors are able to leave China and find loving forever homes all over the world.

 
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Feb
22
to Feb 23

House of Puddles Fundraiser

House of Puddles is a rescue and sanctuary for senior hounds, bassets, beagles and coonhounds. They provide a permanent home for them where they can live out their lives in comfort, love and dignity. They provide all vet care, medications, food and all other needs. Many of their dogs come from southern and mid-western states where there is a large population of homeless hounds. When possible, House of Puddles adopts dogs out as long as they are healthy and have no behavioral issues.

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Mar
7
to Mar 8

Rescue Dogs Rock Animal Rescue Fundraiser

Rescue Dogs Rock Animal Rescue is a no-kill rescue based in Gloucester County, NJ specializing in rescuing and finding loving, responsible forever families for homeless companion animals, focusing primarily on dogs and puppies of all ages and breeds.

Centered in the greater Philadelphia area, Rescue Dogs Rock Animal Rescue has more than 10 years of experience of animal rescue experience, serving the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware.

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Mar
28
to Mar 29

Doxie by Proxy Rescue Fundraiser

Doxie By Proxy Rescue, Inc. began in January 2019 out of a passion for both rescue and the dachshund breed. The rescuers involved with this organization have over 50 years rescue experience collectively — and work tirelessly to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome dachshunds and dachshund mixes in North Carolina.

 
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Apr
11
to Apr 12

The Humane Way Animal Rescue Fundraiser

The Humane Way Animal Rescue was founded in 2019. After one of the founding members completed an internship in Animal behavior, it became apparent that there was a great need for humane education within rescue. With a team of behaviorists and highly knowledgeable volunteers, our rescue strives to not only place animals in forever homes, but to provide lifetime support, should you face any behavioral challenges, we are here to help.

“We believe that the best place for an animal to thrive before finding their forever home, is the foster home. That is why we are a foster-based rescue. All of our animals are placed into foster homes to be evaluated on temperament, work on house training and basic commands. Foster homes help us find the best match for that animal based on their needs.”

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Apr
25
to Apr 26

All 4 Paws Rescue Fundraiser


All 4 Paws Rescue is a non-profit, foster-based, all-breed, no-kill animal rescue based in Malvern, PA that offers rescue, rehabilitation, and sanctuary to animals in need. All of their animals are housed in foster homes where they are loved, cared for, and socialized until adoption. Most of their animals have been rescued from high-kill shelters, auctions, and commercial breeding facilities, and All 4 Paws gives them a second chance at life. Their goal is to find each and every one of these animals a safe, permanent and loving home. Let’s help them give each of these animals the life they deserve.

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May
2
to May 3

Frederick Friends of our County Animal Shelter Fundraiser

Frederick County Animal Control & Pet Adoption Center (FCC) accepts every animal brought through its doors. FCAC has charge of animals in our county who have been let down by every human they've known. Shelter staff have the expertise and the compassion to save the pets whose needs go beyond basic care, but FCAC lacks the resources to do this and, as a county agency, the shelter is not allowed to solicit donations on its own behalf. That's where Frederick Friends of Our County Animal Shelter (FFOCAS) comes in.

Frederick Friends of our County Animal Shelter’s mission is to support and facilitate FCAC's lifesaving work by providing the resources to:

  • treat and rehabilitate animals with medical and behavioral needs who might otherwise have to be humanely euthanized;

  • enrich the shelter environment and reduce the amount of time any animal stays in the shelter, minimizing the chance for new behavior or health problems to develop;

  • recruit volunteers and foster care providers who are able to work with special needs animals;

  • reduce the homeless pet population by supporting and facilitating the spaying and neutering of companion animals; and

  • help families keep the pets they have by providing the resources to help them resolve common behavior problems and find pet-friendly housing.

 
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Dec
12
to Dec 13

Forget Me Not Animal Sanctuary of Las Vegas Fundraiser

Forget Me Not Animal Sanctuary of Las Vegas was founded in January of 2016. They are a 501(c)(3) organization with the heartfelt mission of providing love, care, and compassion to the less fortunate animals in Las Vegas. They help homeless animals, those with special needs, and those that are on death row in our shelters. We are excited to help them raise funds to get some pups the loving, forever homes they deserve!

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Sep
17
to Sep 18

The London Sanctuary Fundraiser

The London Sanctuary is a memorial to London, a female Dalmatian who was the founder’s “heart” dog and who crossed the Rainbow Bridge in 2008. It is an extension of work he has been doing for many years privately: saving the lives of dogs at risk. In 2010, he decided that it was time to seek 501(c)(3) nonprofit status as an independent rescue group.

Currently TLS functions as both sanctuary and rescue, caring for dogs unable to be placed due to their advanced age or medical need as well as for adoptable dogs rescued from government-run kill shelters in northeastern Florida and around the Southeastern U.S.

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Sep
14
to Sep 15

Coonhound & Foxhound Companions Vet Fund Fundraiser

The Coonhound & Foxhound Companions “Long Ears Alive!” Fund is dedicated to helping save shelter coonhounds and foxhounds with treatable medical conditions. They’ve helped senior hounds and puppies and purebreds and mixes all get treatment so they become a bit more interesting to potential adopters and rescues. Coonhound Companions works to level the playing field for our beloved long-eared, song-filled dogs.

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Aug
23
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$5 Friday: The Humane Way Animal Rescue

The Humane Way Animal Rescue was founded in 2019. After one of the founding members completed an internship in Animal behavior, it became apparent that there was a great need for humane education within rescue. With a team of behaviorists and highly knowledgeable volunteers, our rescue strives to not only place animals in forever homes, but to provide lifetime support, should you face any behavioral challenges, we are here to help.

“We believe that the best place for an animal to thrive before finding their forever home, is the foster home. That is why we are a foster-based rescue. All of our animals are placed into foster homes to be evaluated on temperament, work on house training and basic commands. Foster homes help us find the best match for that animal based on their needs.”

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Aug
17
to Aug 18

CARE Fundraiser

Created in 1998, CARE has grown from an initial group of four volunteers into an organization with three employees and hundreds of volunteers who devote thousands of hours to its rescue/adoption and spay/neuter efforts and to recruit the necessary financial support.  CARE is a 501(c)(3) Arkansas nonprofit corporation and a charitable organization fully funded by donations.  

 
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Aug
10
to Aug 11

The Heartworm Foundation Fundraiser

Thousands of homeless dogs enter our local shelter every year, and up to 40% of them are Heartworm Positive. A Heartworm Positive dog is 75% less likely to be adopted than a Heartworm Negative dog.   The Heartworm Foundation’s mission is to remove Heartworm disease as a barrier to adoption for dogs from Montgomery County animal shelters by working with adopters and other nonprofit rescues to supply treatment.  Heart Heroes provide hope for the Heartworm Positive dogs who are looked over by adopters and rescues everyday, at no fault of their own. Be a heart hero and help us fundraise for this great organization!

 
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Aug
3
to Aug 4

SPCA of Wake County Fundraiser

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) of Wake County is dedicated to creating a more humane community where every adoptable animal has a home. Each year the SPCA rehomes over 3,500 animals through its innovative adoption programs.

The mission of the SPCA is to transform the lives of pets and people through protection, care, education, and adoption.

The SPCA of Wake County is a local, independent, non-profit organization that receives no government funding or tax dollars. They rely almost entirely on private donations to fund their annual operating budget of $3 million. The SPCA of Wake County is not affiliated with, nor do they receive funding from the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).

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Jul
20
to Jul 21

A3P Fundraiser

A3P is a collaboration of volunteers from a variety of professions who desire to build a complex to house adoptable pets and provide sanctuary to those older, injured, or otherwise difficult to place animals that are at risk of euthanasia.  They are a relatively new non-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization, located in Virginia, that is foster-based currently. Their goal is for A3P to grow into a safe haven for pets.

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Jul
13
to Jul 14

NEPA Pet Fund & Rescue Fundraiser

NEPA Pet Fund & Rescue is a foster-based 501(c)(3) non-profit rescue that has saved over 1,700 animals since their inception in 2013. They not only save animals in Northeast PA, they also transfer animals from southern states, such as Louisianan and Mississippi. They also provide permanent sanctuary to animals who are deemed “un-adoptable” due to their age, medical prognosis, or even the severity of trauma they have suffered.

 
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Jun
29
to Jun 30

Freedom German Shepherd Rescue Fundraiser

Freedom German Shepherd Rescue is a brand new rescue that launched on February 1st of 2019. However, the leadership team has 20 years of rescue experience collectively. They are comprised solely of unpaid volunteers that share the common goal of saving neglected, abused, and abandoned German Shepherds and German Shepherd mixes from shelters, owners who can no longer keep them and partner rescues. They strive to transform the lives of homeless, abandoned, neglected and abused German Shepherds and German Shepherd mixes by placing them with loving and nurturing temporary foster families.

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Jun
22
to Jun 23

Almost Home Dog Rescue Fundraiser for Lexi

Lexi is diabetic, and when her previous owners did not medicate her properly she developed vision issues. She was given away to a neighbor, brought into a shelter, moved to a foster home - all while blind and sick from lack of insulin and scared.  Isn't it Lexi's time to take back some of her life?  Almost Home Rescue has the opportunity to give Lexi the gift of sight! Her new foster mom has regulated her insulin, put some much needed weight back on her, and she is ready to get her sight back. Please shop with us to fundraise for the heavily discounted cost of her surgery, which is still $5000.00. This surgery will give Lexi back a little control and comfort in her otherwise tumultuous life.  Her insulin is regulated, she's in a loving foster home with toy, pals, and food, let's let her see again!

 
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Jun
1
to Jun 2

Senior Paws Sanctuary

Excited to host our first fundraiser for Senior Paws Sanctuary. Senior Paws Sanctuary, Inc. is a locally recognized animal rescue center in Southwest Florida (SWFL) focusing primarily on senior dogs. They provide loving and caring homes for those dogs that have either been left behind in their older years or left in the local shelters with medical needs. All dogs deserve their happily furever after!

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May
18
to May 19

HoundPilot Fundraiser

We’re very excited to fundraiser for this organization right in our backyard! Their mission is to save hounds and introduce young people to aviation through volunteerism.   They work with youth, primarily through their dog rescue efforts, to show them how flying opens up the world to them and the good they can do through flight. 

 
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Apr
26
12:00 AM00:00

A3P $5 Friday

A3P is a collaboration of volunteers from a variety of professions who desire to build a complex to house adoptable pets and provide sanctuary to those older, injured, or otherwise difficult to place animals that are at risk of euthanasia.  They are a relatively new non-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization, located in Virginia, that is foster-based currently. Their goal is for A3P to grow into a safe haven for pets.

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Apr
5
12:00 AM00:00

Love, Vincent $5 Friday

Love, Vincent is a nonprofit organization that supplies care packages for dogs and cats who have been faced with a cancer diagnosis. Their mission is to provide love, support, and comfort to these animals and their families during this difficult time in their lives.

Love, Vincent was formed to honor the founder’s dog, Vincent's, life and to allow him to continue to spread joy and love to other animals and people.

During this $5 Friday, donations will be made directly to Love, Vincent. Anyone that donates $5 or more will be entered to win a pair of our earrings!

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Jan
19
to Jan 20

Jasper Animal Rescue Fundraiser

Southern girls love pearls (and pups!). Jasper Animal Rescue Mission is a 501(C) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to the stray and neglected dogs and cats of Jasper County, South Carolina. Jasper Animal Rescue serves the people of Jasper County by providing shelter and humane care to dogs and cats that are lost, abandoned, neglected or abused; placing adoptable dogs and cats in good homes with caring people; reducing the population of stray and neglected dogs and cats by promoting and providing spaying and neutering; and providing educational material and learning opportunities concerning the proper care and treatment of pets. This organization faces overpopulation, underfunding, and costly evacuations during hurricane season. They could use our help, so let’s help them continue their great work!

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Jan
12
to Jan 13

Operation Save A Shelter Dog Fundraiser

Operation Save A Shelter Dog is a foster based, IRS-recognized 501c(3) rescue whose mission is to work with shelters on the East Coast by saving dogs at high risk of euthanasia or that have little hope of adoption in their current condition. Not only is it their goal to find “furever” homes for our dogs, but also to educate the public on the importance of spaying, neutering, vaccinating and providing preventative care for their pets.

 
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Dec
15
to Dec 16

The HOWS Project Fundraiser

Sometimes we come across an organization that is a little different than a typical dog rescue and we're blown away by the concept. Enter The HOWS Project, a project of Voices for Animals.

HOWS stands for Houses of Wood & Straw, and the HOWS Project is a community service project which exists to construct wooden dog houses and deliver them, along with bales of straw bedding and other essential items, to outside dogs in Charlottesville and surrounding counties in need of more appropriate outdoor shelter.

Not all dogs get the opportunity to regularly share the indoors with their guardian, and while The HOWS Project believes that all dogs should be - and need to be - allowed inside, they realize that, unfortunately, too many dogs find themselves outside alone, at the end of a chain or in a tiny pen, and without appropriate shelter. 

The HOWS Project strives to educate people about the needs of dogs; and, for those dogs who must spend much or all of their time outside, they provide more comfortable shelter than what they would have had otherwise. HOWS recipients from current and past years, and other dogs that we encounter on our journeys, receive bales of straw bedding each fall/winter season; and other items such as water buckets, food bowls, nylon collars, leashes, and swivels to keep tethers from kinking are distributed as needed. Hundreds of dogs have benefited from their services, and we want to help them keep as many dogs comfortable during this cold winter season as we can!

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Dec
8
to Dec 9

Caitlin's Vine of Bravery Dog Rescue

This organization rescues, rehabilitates, and re-homes dogs that suffer from abuse, neglect, illnesses, trauma or special needs. They are also a resource for injured or sick dogs in shelters that need medical attention. They also rehabilitate abused dogs that suffer from anxiety, depression and trauma. In some cases, dogs receive training to be an emotional therapy pet and/or service dog if they meet the criteria!

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