About RedRover

Who we are and what we do


Our Mission

Our mission is to bring animals out of crisis and strengthen the bond between people and animals through emergency sheltering, disaster-relief services, financial assistance, and education. We accomplish this by engaging volunteers and supporters, collaborating with others, and maximizing the use of online technology.


What We Do

RedRover in Action


RedRover’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

RedRover recognizes the deep systemic racism within the animal welfare sector. Our mission is to help animals in crisis and strengthen our relationships with animals – but the lives of animals do not exist in a vacuum. We cannot fully and effectively help animals without looking deeply at ourselves and how we treat one another. Therefore, we see diversity, inclusion, and equity as integral and vital to the success of our mission, as well as to the wellbeing of our staff, volunteers, and the people and communities we serve.

RedRover’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

RedRover recognizes the deep systemic racism within the animal welfare sector. Our mission is to help animals in crisis and strengthen our relationships with animals – but the lives of animals do not exist in a vacuum. We cannot fully and effectively help animals without looking deeply at ourselves and how we treat one another. Therefore, we see diversity, inclusion, and equity as integral and vital to the success of our mission, as well as to the wellbeing of our staff, volunteers, and the people and communities we serve.



Celebrating more than 30 years

Our 30th Anniversary in 2017 provided a wonderful opportunity to reflect on our history. One of our founding values was collaboration, and sticking to this value for over 30 years has created countless benefits for RedRover and the thousands of animals we help each year. Our collaborative spirit can be felt in the office as well as on a RedRover Responders deployment, and collaboration is part of all our programs whether working with schools, veterinary offices, agencies, and other nonprofits.

Where Your Money Goes

Over the past five years, RedRover's caring volunteers have generously given 17,388 hours of their time providing emergency sheltering and care for rescued animals and helping children develop empathy for animals. The fair market value of these volunteer hours totals $420,570.



Where Your Money Goes

Over the past five years, RedRover's caring volunteers have generously given 17,388 hours of their time providing emergency sheltering and care for rescued animals and helping children develop empathy for animals. The fair market value of these volunteer hours totals $420,570.


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