Come to Their Rescue

by ASPCA
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Summary

Helping homeless animals find forever homes is one of the ASPCA's top priorities. While we are making a difference, the sad fact is that every year more than 7 million animals enter shelters nationwide and almost 3 million don't make it out. Come to Their Rescue is a campaign dedicated to changing this situation by raising awareness and action on behalf of these animals in need.
$50,000.00
total goal
$17,451.00
remaining
730
donors
0
monthly donors
2
years active

Challenge

Every year more than 7 million animals enter shelters nationwide and almost 3 million, those who are not adopted, don't make it out.

Solution

Come to Their Rescue aims to raise awareness and funds for the ASPCA, the first humane organization to be granted legal authority to investigate and make arrests for crimes against animals, to continue to provide local and national leadership in three key areas: caring for pet parents and pets, serving victims of animal cruelty and providing positive outcomes for at-risk animals .

Long-Term Impact

The ASPCA is dedicated to changing the pet homelessness situation by improving the lives of abused animals and providing positive outcomes for at-risk shelter animals. In order to make a significant impact in raising awareness and support, we are inviting people like you, in neighborhoods like yours, all across the country to Come to Their Rescue. Our goal is to form a "Rescue Squad" large enough to represent each of the 3 million at-risk animals in the US.

Resources

http:/​/​www.aspca.org/​rescue
ASPCA & Animal Planet's "R.O.A.R To Their Rescue"

Organization Information

ASPCA

Location: New York - USA
Website: http:/​/​aspca.org/​rescue
Project Leader:
Rebecca Frommer
Marketing Manager
New York, New York United States

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