Resources for people and animals affected by Hurricane Florence

RedRover Responders stand at the ready to provide emergency animal sheltering assistance to the animals displaced by Hurricane Florence, if our help is needed and requested. Please share our list of currently available emergency animal shelters and resources for those who need help or would like to offer assistance.

Our Impact

Helping animals and people in crisis and making the world a more compassionate place since 1987.

By the numbers

568

Classrooms participated in the RedRover Readers program

8,699

Pets and their people supported through RedRover Relief programs

4,000

RedRover Responders ready to care for animals in crisis

Teaching empathy by helping animals

Inspired by the RedRover Readers curriculum, Susan Courtney and her first graders at Norwood Street School have rescued kittens from the street and more than 20 more cats and kittens from a hoarder’s house; they’ve also helped two families in their Los Angeles neighborhood unchain their dogs and set them up in dog runs. Says Courtney: “One by one, animal lives are being made better because students find their own voice and speak up freely to each other, to their families and their community.”

By 2022

86,000 students

Teach 40,000 more children empathy skills through RedRover Readers (bringing the total to 86,000)

5,000 volunteers

Grow our RedRover Responders volunteer corps to more than 5,000 trained volunteers

50
states

Establish pet-housing programs at family violence shelters in every state, through RedRover Relief

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