Charitable Organizations Supported through Animal Communication Services 100% of Animal Communication service is offered in exchange for donation to one of the charitable organizations listed below. I want you to participate in directing the flow!– When scheduling an animal communication session, please choose one of the charitable organizations listed below and make your donation, or… donate to an animal related charitable organization with which you are deeply aligned. You are truly free to choose!
Suggested donation amounts are $50 for a 15-minute session and $100 for a 30-minute session.
APOPO – apopo.orgMission: To develop detection rats technology to provide solutions for global problems and inspire positive social change. Vision: To solve pressing humanitarian challenges with detection rats technology. APOPO is a non-profit organization that researches, develops and implements detection rats technology for humanitarian purposes such as clearing landmines and detecting tuberculosis. APOPO is a Belgian NGO, with headquarters in Tanzania and operations in Mozambique, Angola and Cambodia. APOPO trains rats to save lives. You can support APOPO through a $ donation, Hero gift, or HeroRat adoption.
AZ Animal Welfare League & SPCA – aawl.orgMission: To create a world where there are not homeless dogs and cats. Vision: To be the community’s leading source for pet adoptions, veterinary services, volunteer opportunities, humane education and expertise in animal welfare. The Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA (AAWL & SPCA) is the largest and oldest no-kill shelter in Arizona. We are a no-kill shelter in that we do not euthanize animals except for the rare occasions when it is in the best interest of the animal to do so, usually from untreatable medical conditions. AAWL & SPCA is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization, tax ID 23-7149453. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.
High Hopes – highhopestr.orgMission: The mission of High Hopes is to improve the lives of people with cognitive, physical, and emotional disabilities through the benefits of therapeutic horseback riding and other equine-assisted activities, while serving the therapeutic riding profession through training and education. … a premier therapeutic riding center and international instructor training site, accredited by the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) since 1979.
K9s for Warriors – k9sforwarriors.orgMission: K9s For Warriors is dedicated to providing service canines to warriors suffering from post-traumatic stress and/or traumatic brain injury as a result of military service post 9/11. Our goal is to give a new leash on life to rescue dogs and military heroes, empowering warriors to return to civilian life with dignity and independence.
Leg Up Farm – legupfarm.orgLeg Up Farm is a non-profit therapy center in York County, Pennsylvania, for children with disabilities and developmental delays.
National Audubon Society – Audubon.orgMission: To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.
National Education for Assistance Dog Services (NEADS) – neads.orgThe NEADS mission is to provide independence to people who are deaf or have a disability through the use of canine assistance. Canines for Combat Veterans division established in 2006.
NEADS (National Education for Assistance Dog Services, also known as Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was established in 1976. Our assistance dogs become an extension of their handlers and bring freedom, physical autonomy and relief from social isolation to their human partners.
Rhodesian Ridgeback Rescue, Inc. (RRR Inc.) – Ridgebackrescue.orgOfficial rescue program of US and Canada national breed clubs (RRCUS & RRCC) Rhodesian Ridgeback Rescue, Inc., (RRRInc) is a not-for-profit, charitable organization dedicated to the rescue, care, and adoption of abandoned or unwanted Rhodesian Ridgeback dogs, as well as to protecting and preserving the integrity and welfare of the Rhodesian Ridgeback breed.
RRRInc is an all-volunteer organization that includes breeders, owners, and other devotees of the breed. RRRInc was established under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code.
TADSAW – tadsaw.orgMission: The mission of TADSAW (Train a Dog Save a Warrior) is to provide for the training of a Medical Alert Service dog, as designated by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for any wounded warrior, active duty or veteran, surviving with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Military Sexual Trauma, (MST), and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), in order to restore and improve the warrior’s quality of life with a canine ‘Battle Buddy’, at no charge to the warrior.
Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary – woodstocksanctuary.orgMission: Surrounded by the Catskill Mountains in the town made famous for peace and music, Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary provides shelter to cows, pigs, chickens, turkeys, ducks, sheep, goats, and rabbits who have been rescued from cases of abuse, neglect and abandonment.
At the heart of our mission is the hands-on work of rescuing, rehabilitating and caring for farmed animal refugees — as well as educating the public about the typically horrific treatment of animals who are raised for food. WFAS is driven by the simple philosophy that kindness and respect to animals is our duty and that all the creatures that share this earth are here with us and not for us. Like our faithful dogs and lap-sitting cats, farm animals are feeling individuals who deserve to be treated with compassion and to live free from fear and suffering.