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Kern County’s zoo featuring California native species and the only local wildlife rehabilitation center. Voted Bakersfield’s Best Family Attraction & Annual Event (HolidayLights)
Many potbellied pigs die needlessly in shelters and through cruelty. Help us save these intelligent loving animals through education and by finding them forever homes.
We are dog and cat animal rescue. We help work to find new homes for the homeless animals of Contra Costa County. All animals are fostered in private fosters homes.
One gift supports diverse organizations conserving and restoring our beautiful California environment, building healthy communities, and providing a sustainable future for our planet.
Exodus Farms, through a horsemanship program, brings the hope and healing of Jesus Christ to children who have been broken, abused, neglected and /or discarded.
One of the Central Valley’s greatest community assets providing environmental education and conservation, as well as family fun.
Encourage and promote responsible dog ownership and reduce the abuse and neglect of unwanted Labrador Retrievers through rehabilitation and adoption. We also assist Humane Societies.
Providing safety, independence and companionship to the blind and visually impaired by partnering them with exceptional guide dogs throughout their lifetime.
We rescue abandoned domestic rabbits throughout America, assist humane societies, educate the public on house rabbit care, and shelter, feed and treat injured rabbits.
Eleven of 15 crane species are threatened with extinction. Help us protect fragile wetland and grassland ecosystems for cranes, people, and the diversity of life.
Elephants killed for their ivory. Habitat becomes roads, farms and villages. When elephants and humans cross paths, deaths occur. Help protect elephants, habitat and people.
To increase the organized capacity of people to care for one another
Rescue dogs and rescuing people. Saving lives – human and canine – through programs focused on rescue, community education, spay/neuter. We cultivate the human-canine bond.
Rescuing, professionally training and pairing shelter animals with America’s servicemen and women who could benefit from having a companion animal trained and selected for them.
Help stop gruesome animal experiments and focus on preventive health care by leading the effort to modernize medicine to be responsible, compassionate, and human-relevant.
Project RIDE provides recreational therapeutic horseback riding instruction to over 600 people with special needs.
The cats of Cat Haven are educational ambassadors to educate the public about what life is like for their wild cousins and what we can do to help.
Enhancing the lives of children and young adults with neurological/physical/emotional disabilities using innovative therapeutic horseback riding activities adapted to the individual’s needs and abilities.
Providing lifesaving services since 1894; benefiting companion animals and people, caring for homeless animals in need, preventing animal cruelty and providing public humane education.
Preserves dedicated open space by working with citizens, property owners, developers, public agencies and other nonprofit organizations by the acceptance of gifts, private purchase, facilitation of public acquisition, conservation easements and by cooperative efforts.
SFBBO is a nonprofit founded in 1981 with the mission to conserve birds and their habitats through science and outreach.
Whether they are facing breast cancer or HIV/AIDS, we ensure our clients don’t face a life-threatening illness alone by providing non-judgmental, compassionate health-enhancing services.
Shelters homeless, neglected, and abused pets and livestock; investigates animal cruelty; and rescues and rehabilitates orphaned or injured wildlife.
We inspire, guide, and advocate for non-profit organizations by matching their needs with businesses, corporations, and service clubs to complete volunteer projects.
Fighting for a blue-green planet. We protect sea turtles and other endangered marine animals. Our campaigns halt unsustainable fishing, illegal trade, ocean pollution, beach loss.