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You did it! Because of you, we not only met our goal for the Big Day of Giving - we surpassed it! Thanks to your generosity, we were able to raise more than $17,000 in one day for animals and people in crisis. Your dedication and kindness showed that together, we can do so much.
written by Laurel Meleski, RedRover Program Coordinator II
This article was researched and written by Kyle Holgate of the pet blog Woof & Whiskers
Is the welfare of animals near and dear to your heart? If so, you’d be deeply saddened to know that The Humane Society estimates that 2.4 million healthy pets are euthanized every year in the United States due to overpopulation.
Thank you for becoming a 30th Anniversary Champion! There are so many ways you can help us celebrate and spread kindness in the months ahead. Please use these step-by-step instructions for sharing our lifesaving work and celebrating the act of compassion through social media.
Our RedRover Readers program is designed to prevent animal cruelty by fostering empathy in children. One teacher recently described how the program’s impact shows up in her classroom, from improving kids' reading skills to the displays of kindness toward special needs students, pets and even stray dogs.
By RedRover Relief Program Coordinator II, Laurel Meleski
In November, my colleague Rachel and I had the privilege of working alongside our amazing RedRover Responders volunteers on a special collaboration to help domestic violence victims and their pets in Longview, Washington.
Working together with Rescue Rebuild, our task was to transform three rooms at Emergency Support Shelter (ESS) into pet-friendly, co-sheltering spaces.
RedRover Responders are on the ground in Chico, California, helping to provide animal emergency sheltering assistance for animals displaced by the Oroville spillway evacuations. Here is a list of currently available animal emergency shelters and resources.
By RedRover President and CEO, Nicole Forsyth
In our RedRover Readers program, we help children develop awareness of others – both animals and people – through literature.* We believe this is a skill that requires practice and is necessary in order for children to grow up to become kind and compassionate members of their community.