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C H A R I T I E S T H AT A R E S U P P O R T I N G A N I M A L S I N C R E AT I V E W AY S CREATED BY JACK RYGER
GIVING TO CHARITY HAS A LW A Y S B E E N S E E N AS AN ACT OF GENEROSITY AND C O M PA S S I O N . IT IS LOOKED AT AS BEING RESPONSIBLE AND E X T R E M E LY CARING. MANY PEOPLE DONATE MONEY TO CHARITIES THAT HAVE A MISSION THAT THEY HOLD CLOSE TO THEM. OTHERS WILL CONTRIBUTE THEIR TIME TO CHARITY BY COMPLETING VOLUNTEER WORK.
Here are some charities who are not only focused on helping animals, but who are also trying to step outside of the box and take a more creative approach to the world of charities.
P I L O T S N PA W S • The Pilots N Paws site is intended to be a meeting place for those who rescue, shelter or foster animals, and volunteer pilots and plane owners willing to assist with the transportation of animals. • Through the discussion board, foster parents and animal rescuers can connect publicly with pilots so they can set up the transport of each animal, as well as share all the necessary information to successfully accomplish each transport.
C R E AT I V E A R T I S T S AND RESCUE ANIMALS • Creative Rescue was created from the passion that two women share for rescue animals. Their mission is to utilize non-profit arts organizations to create products, with the proceeds of their sales benefiting animal rescue groups.
FREE KIBBLE • Free Kibble is a website that was created by an 11 year old girl named Mimi, who wanted to feed the homeless pets at her local shelter. When you visit the site, you are asked a multiple choice question, and regardless of if you are right or wrong, you win! All you have to do to help provide food to animals who need it is click on an answer. Every day you click, Free Kibble will provide food to animal shelters to help feed their hungry dogs and cats.
THE PROVIDENCE ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE • The Providence Animal Rescue League is a non profit animal rescue center who knows that there are lots of kids out there that care about the animals in our community and work hard to get children involved in their center.