Sunday, January 1, 2006

Animals

The Animal Rescue Site
Each click on the purple "Click Here to Give - it's FREE" button at The Animal Rescue Site provides food and care for a rescued animal living in a shelter or sanctuary. Funding for food and care is paid by site sponsors and distributed to animals in need at The Fund for Animals' renowned animal sanctuaries (including Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch in Texas and The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center in Southern California), pet shelters supported by the Petfinder Foundation, North Shore Animal League, and other worthy animal care facilities supported by the GreaterGood.org foundation. 100% of sponsor advertising fees goes to our charitable partners.

Big Cat Rescue
Big Cat Rescue has a vision of no more big cats in cages, but a big vision requires a bigger committment. The Big Cat Lodge is an 8000 square foot building that we are planning to house corporate events, functions, school outreach programs, summer camps, a natural history museum and gift shop. It started out as only a dream, but thanks to the generosity of the following people and businesses it is starting to take shape.

Care2's Race for Pets in Need
100% of the donations generated go to The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) Rural Area Veterinary Services (RAVS) program.

Care2's Race for the Baby Seals
100% of the donations generated go to International Fund for Animal Welfare's programs to protect baby harp seals.

Care2's Race for the Big Cats
Care2.com donates 100% of Race revenues to Wildlife Conservation Societys' big cat programs. In this Race, we are focusing on WCS programs in India (Tiger), Mongolia (Snow Leopard) and the Americas (Jaguars). The Race donations will help WCS improve and expand the system of protection and management of Big Cat habitat.

Care2's Race for the Primates
100% of the donations generated go to the Jane Goodall Institute's Primate protection programs.

Free Kibble
Mimi Ausland, a 12 year old girl from Bend, Oregon, wanted to help feed the hungry animals at her local animal shelter. In addition to providing free kibble to the Humane Society of Central Oregon, we've added 10 new shelters to the program (from Oregon to Florida!) and plan to expand the program to many more!

Free Kibble Kat
Mimi Ausland, a 12 year old girl from Bend, Oregon, wanted to help feed the hungry animals at her local animal shelter. In addition to providing free kibble to the Humane Society of Central Oregon, we've added 10 new shelters to the program (from Oregon to Florida!) and plan to expand the program to many more!

Red Jellyfish
Click once a day to feed chimps orphaned due to poaching, and habitat loss, and to save 5.25 square feet of lush rainforest. We are proud to support the Jane Goodall Institute, and Friends of Calukmul. They are two of the most effective wildlife conservation groups in the world. We are proud members of the Co-Op America Business Network and are Green E Certified.

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