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Foundations Awarding Grants to Nonprofits working for Animal Rescue

Foundations Awarding Grants to Nonprofits working for Animal Rescue

Foundations Awarding Grants to Nonprofits working for Animal Rescue

There are numerous foundations that award grants to nonprofits working for animal rescue. These foundations not only support animal rescue organizations financially but also help raise awareness and advocate for the welfare of animals in need. They play a vital role in making a positive impact on the lives of countless animals and the people who care for them.

Here are  foundations, along with practical examples of projects they have supported:

  1. The ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals)

The ASPCA has awarded grants to organizations like Brother Wolf Animal Rescue, which helps rescue animals from high-kill shelters and find them loving, forever homes.

         2. PetSmart Charities

 PetSmart Charities has provided grants to organizations like the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) to support their pet adoption programs and other animal welfare initiatives.

        3. The Petco Foundation

 The Petco Foundation has funded the Animal Care Centers of NYC’s (ACC) Mobile Adoption Center, which brings adoptable pets directly to communities, helping to increase adoptions and save more lives.

              4. The Animal Welfare Institute

 The Animal Welfare Institute has awarded grants to organizations like the Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee, supporting their mission to provide a safe haven for elephants and promote their welfare.

           5. The Maddie’s Fund

 Maddie’s Fund has provided grants to organizations like Austin Pets Alive!, which has helped save thousands of animals from euthanasia and increase the overall save rate in Austin, Texas.

    6.The DJ&T Foundation

 The DJ&T Foundation has awarded grants to spay/neuter programs, like the one run by the Spay-Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP), which aims to reduce the number of homeless animals through affordable spay/neuter surgeries.

  1. The Banfield Foundation

 The Banfield Foundation has supported the Animal Rescue Foundation’s (ARF) Pets and Vets program, which pairs shelter dogs with veterans, providing them with emotional support and companionship.

  1. The BISSELL Pet Foundation

The BISSELL Pet Foundation has provided funding for the Michigan Humane Society’s animal rescue efforts, including emergency sheltering and medical care for animals in need.

  1. The Doris Day Animal Foundation

The Doris Day Animal Foundation has awarded grants to organizations like the Helen Woodward Animal Center, supporting their rescue efforts, adoption programs, and humane education initiatives.

  1. The Humane Society of the United States’ Animal Rescue Team

 While not a traditional foundation, the HSUS’s Animal Rescue Team provides grants to local organizations to support their animal rescue and rehabilitation efforts, such as aiding in the rescue and care of animals affected by natural disasters or large-scale cruelty cases.

         11. The Petfinder Foundation

The Petfinder Foundation has provided grants to organizations like the Arizona Animal Welfare League (AAWL), enabling them to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome thousands of animals each year.

  1. The Ian Somerhalder Foundation

The Ian Somerhalder Foundation has funded organizations like the Muttshack Animal Rescue, which rescues and provides medical care for animals in need, as well as works to find them permanent homes.

  1. The PEDIGREE Foundation

 The PEDIGREE Foundation has awarded grants to organizations like the Rescue + Freedom Project, which rescues animals from laboratory testing facilities and helps them find loving homes.

  1. The Animal Grantmakers Association

 The Animal Grantmakers Association has provided funding to organizations like the Farm Sanctuary, which rescues, rehabilitates, and provides lifelong care for farm animals while advocating for their welfare.

  1. The Rachael Ray Foundation

 

 The Rachael Ray Foundation has awarded grants to organizations like the Best Friends Animal Society, which operates the nation’s largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals and runs lifesaving programs in partnership with rescue groups and shelters across the country.

  1. The Grey Muzzle Organization

 The Grey Muzzle Organization has provided grants to organizations like the Posh Pets Rescue, which focuses on rescuing and rehabilitating senior dogs, offering them a second chance at a loving home.

  1. The AKC Humane Fund

 The AKC Humane Fund has supported organizations like the Canine Therapy Corps, which rescues and trains dogs to work as therapy animals, bringing comfort and emotional support to individuals in need.

  1. The Sidewalk Angels Foundation

 The Sidewalk Angels Foundation has funded organizations like the Last Chance Animal Rescue, which rescues animals from high-kill shelters and provides them with medical care, rehabilitation, and adoption services.

  1. The Marchig Animal Welfare Trust

 The Marchig Animal Welfare Trust has awarded grants to organizations like the International Animal Rescue, which works globally to save animals from suffering and provides them with necessary care and rehabilitation.

  1. The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)

 The IFAW has supported organizations like the Wildlife Trust of India, which rescues and rehabilitates orphaned elephants and works to combat poaching and habitat loss.

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