Grants will fund like-minded programs and organizations
New York, NY (August 28, 2019) – SPCA International (SPCAI) is pleased to announce the recipients of grant funding awarded by the organization in the past few months that will provide support to important programs and improve the safety and well-being of animals around the globe.
The funding is distributed through SPCAI’s Shelter Support Fund which supports and partners with smaller animal welfare organizations domestically and worldwide to increase their impact. In 2019, SPCAI has awarded 48 grants and more than $250,000 so far. Since 2007, SPCAI has assisted animal shelters and rescue groups in every U.S. state and over 60 countries around the world.
“We have helped many phenomenal groups so far in 2019 and we are looking forward to helping many more animal organizations in the remaining months of the year,” said Meredith Ayan, Executive Director, SPCA International. “We are proud to help these deserving organizations increase their reach and make the world a better place for animals.”
The grant program focuses on smaller shelters and rescue groups with little to no donor base. SPCAI funding allows these organizations to rescue, treat, vaccinate, sterilize and home more animals.
The latest recipients are:
CARA (Philippines); Unidad de Proteccion Animal (Dominican Republic); Leon County Humane Society (Florida); Patricia Blanco Animal Foundation (Florida); Shabnam Shelter (British Columbia); Dubuque Regional Humane Society (Iowa); Dog Rescue Romania (Romania); PAWS of Kurdistan (Iraq); SOS Galgos (Spain); Sava’s Safe Haven (Romania); SARA (Syria); Furever Rescue Foster Home (Egypt); Rocket Dog (California); Spay Panama (Panama); Oito Vidas (Brazil); IAPWA (UK); Ravi Foundation (Pakistan); Red de Apoyo Canino (Venezuela); Libearty Bear Sanctuary (Romania); One World Actors Productions – Animal Rescues (France); Help Animals – Cat Shelter Jessica (Serbia); Furget-me-not Rescue (Thailand); TerrAnimal (Ecuador); KOARP (Iraq); Save Animals (Democratic Republic of Congo); Ruff Tales Rescue (Washington); Sibanye Animal Welfare and Conservancy Trust (Zimbabwe); Cleary Veg Inc. (Washington); Asociacion Humanitaria Para la Proteccion Animal (Costa Rica); Sneha’s Care (Nepal); SPCA L’Ouest De L’ile (Québec); Healing Animal SCARS (Nova Scotia); Sunshine Kitty Rescue and Adoptions (Newfoundland); Clean Futures Fund (Michigan); Tanzania Animal Welfare Society (Tanzania); Tanzania Animal Protection Organization (Tanzania); Beirut for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Lebanon); Bo Ai Animal Protection Centre of Guagyuan (China); K9 Global Rescue (Colorado); Sighthound Sanctuary & Animal Services (Oregon); Corner Brook Scaredy Cat Rescue (Newfoundland); Korean K9 Rescue (New York); Lawrence County Humane Society (Kentucky).
For more information on these organizations please visit: https://www.spcai.org/get-involved/shelter-support-fund/shelter-list/
About SPCA International:
SPCA International (https://www.spcai.org/about-spcai/) is a global animal welfare organization with a mission that is simple, but vast: to advance the safety and well-being of animals. Through outreach, rescue and education programs SPCA International spearheads lifesaving initiatives and assists grassroots animal activists worldwide.