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WTH rescues, trains, facilitates foster placements, converts unused pasture, re-homes horses. We include at risk youth in our services which is beneficial to horses/youth.
Enhancing lives by bringing independence, dignity and self-confidence to blind people through our Seeing Eye® dogs. These dogs bring mobility, safety and self-sufficiency to thousands.
Rescue, shelter, adopt and/or provide a lifetime home when needed. We are a no-kill, cage free sanctuary providing a safe environment, vet care, love, shelter.
Using horses to make a positive difference in the lives of children and youth living with social, emotional or physical challenges, including terminal illness.
We rescue, home-foster, rehabilitate and adopt out purebred (and mixed-breed) dogs from shelters and from owners who need to give up their dog.
Conduct spay/neuter campaigns subsidized low cost clinics. We train veterinarians and government agencies to work with communities to lower pet over population.
Shelters homeless, neglected, and abused pets and livestock; investigates animal cruelty; and rescues and rehabilitates orphaned or injured wildlife.
Transitional housing program of reintegration and self help programs for men paroling from long-term incarceration. 10 years, 450 men, 0 new crimes.
Community Arts Center for adults with disabilities.
The nation’s largest natural habitat refuge for endangered elephants retired from circuses and zoos. Improving elephant lives through sanctuary, education, research and overseas assistance.
7,000 captive-bred tigers in America. We rescue abused and abandoned tigers and transport them to sanctuaries that provide lifetime food, safety and medical care.
Save animals who have run out of time at public shelters, provide humane education, and bring people and animals together to enrich each other’s lives.
Please help us rescue and re-home lost and abandoned animals at the local shelter! We promote responsible pet ownership, spay/neuter resources, and humane practices.
Turtle Bay Exploration Park is a 300-acre educational gathering place featuring the Sundial Bridge, a museum, forestry & wildlife center, arboretum and botanical gardens.
We fight for a blue-green planet! We protect sea turtles – tiny hatchlings to gentle ocean giants – and other endangered marine animals. We stop poaching & other threats on beaches, wasteful fishing, illegal trade, pollution, habitat loss.
Animal victims of cruelty, severe neglect and devastating disasters need our help. Together, we can give animals the lifesaving emergency care they deserve.
Disabled children and adults receive specialized one-on-one instruction and adaptive equipment in outdoor recreation therapy activities to improve physical, emotional, and social health and functioning.
Saving farmed animals from a lifetime of misery by persuading students to go veg on hundreds of college campuses every year.
Enlists Warriors in treatment for combat-related stress in a therapeutic mission of learning to train service dogs for their fellow Veterans.
Endangered animals needlessly killed for ivory, horns, fins and skins. Help protect elephants, rhinos, sharks and tigers: When the Buying Stops, the Killing Can Too.
Wild animal urgent care for as many as 4,000 ill, injured and orphaned patients each year, wildlife rehabilitation hospital, hotline, education and humane exclusion.
Wolves are among the rarest mammals in North America and are facing extinction. We are committed to teaching people about wolves, their environment and our role in protecting them.
Woods rescues, rehabilitates, and rehomes thousands of animals each year in SLO and Atascadero. Other programs include affordable spay/neuter, humane education, and dog behavior training.
Multinational conservation organization working worldwide to combat climate change, save endangered animals, protect wild habitats, and transform market forces to act in harmony with nature.