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Charities that benefit animals
This category of our database contains charities that help animals. Millions of animals every year are sent to shelters or put to sleep due to overpopulation.
Most of these organizations rely soley on donations for funding.
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TASK-9 is an all volunteer tax-exempt 501 (c) (3)
nonprofit charitable organization.
TASK-9 's purpose is to provide, without cost to
official requesting agencies, the services of its
membership in lost and missing person searches.
Donate your vehicle today and help support TASK-9 while getting a tax deduction.
|Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary|
The Catty Shack Ranch is dedicated the rescue and care of big cats. We provide sanctuary to cats confiscated by the state for illegal ownership, improper enclosures or maltreatment. We also educate the public to discourage illegal, private ownership. Wild animals, especially big cats, do not make good pets.
Cars - Trucks - Boats - Vans - Motorcycles - Commercial Vehicles - Motor Homes - Buses - Snowmobiles - Jet Skis - 4 Wheelers - Construction Equipment - Land & Property - Homes - Almost Anything
Donate your vehicle and help The Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary
Don't trade / junk your vehicle, DONATE IT! Free Towing and Tax Deductible.
Running or not, No Hassle, ASAP pickup.
|Lifeline Animal Rescue|
Lifeline Animal Rescue is an all volunteer 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is to rescue homeless pets from overcrowded shelters and find appropriate homes for them.
Since we do not have a shelter, our pets are kept in loving foster homes and in our Love-A-Pet Adoption Center located in Petsmart on Route 22 West in the Watchung Square Mall. Contact us to find out how you can adopt one of our adorable pets!
Lifeline Animal Rescue is now registered with Car Program LLC and we are ready to accept your old or unwanted car as a donation for our four-legged friends.
|Safe Haven Animal Sanctuary|
Our mission is to offer care and a peaceful living environment for abused, physically handicapped, aged or homeless animals. Our goal is to provide an open space facility where these 'special needs' animals can be provided with medical care, love, and attention that will ultimately lead to adoption. If necessary, the sanctuary will provide a lifetime refuge for these animals.
The Sanctuary will also provide a relocation point for feral cats in an effort to reduce the growing population in Silicon Valley. Efforts will be made to reduce the population through spaying, neutering, vaccinating and releasing them into a natural and safe environment.
Safe Haven Animal SanctuarySM is a newly formed non-profit organization whose goal is to establish a facility which is unique to Silicon valley. Currently, we are seeking to connect with individuals or businesses that are interested in investing in the vision and mission of the Safe Haven Animal Sanctuary.
|Cuvilly Arts and Earth Center|
Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center, established in 1983, is a mission of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur in Ipswich, Mass. Located on approximately 15 acres of woodlands, fields, gardens and animal pastures, Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center is founded on the principle that all of life is sacred and that the diversity of life is essential for the well being and sustenance of the planet.
Make Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center your designated charity when you donate your used car, boat, motorcycle or RV to Car Program, Inc. Every donation earmarked for Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center results in substantial financial support for our organization.
|Colorado Service Dogs |
Colorado Services Dogs, Inc. is an approved 501c3 non-profit organization that was established to train and provide rescued dogs to assist people who have disabilities in leading lives that are more independent at work, at home and at school. These dogs become an extension of their owners and bring security, freedom, independence and relief from social isolation to their human partners.
Donate car, trucks, boats, RVs,
motorcycles, running or non-running.
|Humane Society of Western Pennsylvania|
There are thousands of animals who are given up every year. Sometimes people lose their jobs and can no longer afford to take care of their pets or have to move and cannot take their pets with them. Other times people experience life-changing events, such as a divorce or new baby, and have to surrender their furry friends. As more and more shelters become “no-kill” or “limited access,” people have no other choice than to surrender their pets to an open-door shelter, who will never turn away a pet in need.
Because of the stigma that open-door shelters have, many people choose to make donations to limited access shelters, when, in-fact, it’s the open-door shelters who need the money the most. The Western PA Humane Society helps over 13,000 animals each and every year—which is a lot of mouths to feed and medications to administer.
|Humane Society of Treasure Coast |
Founded in 1955, the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast (HSTC) is an open admission shelter. We accept all animals regardless of health, age, temperament or breed. Over the years more than 100,000 animals have received care through HSTC's programs and services. HSTC is pleased to announce that we have received a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator.