As humans, we are not one dimensional beings. In addition to her passion for dance, Rachel has a deep love and concern for the welfare of animals and it is important to her to use her movement and art to give voice to those without. Project Rescue Relief was created to connect those interested in getting involved in animal rescue to the avenue which best suits their needs and lifestyle. You do not have to go in-shelter to change the lives of animals in need, please click on a link below to explore your possibilities.
Project Rescue Relief began as a campaign to help inform and offer resources to those interested in helping in the efforts to rescue abused, abandoned, and surrendered animals.
Many of these rescue groups, shelters, and sanctuaries also offer adoptions. If you are looking to bring a fuzzy heart into your family, you can be the loving forever home that is needed by so many on this list.
There are a number of ways that you can get involved in animal rescue efforts...
Browse, click, and contact any of the groups listed below to fine your place in the rescue relief efforts of your choice.
A quick and easy avenue to donate to your favorite charity is via iGive. You can shop online and your cause gets money - free!
If you are unable to afford, many times you can foster temporarily to help an animal get over an injury, giving them a safe place to heal while also creating space at the shelter as others come in
American Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - Cruelty reporting, found animals, emergency services
Humane Society - Disaster response, mobile vet, wildlife sanctuary, street dog welfare, wildlife services
Many of the groups in this list have additional volunteer efforts not dedicated in one of the other categories. Please click and contact to find out where they need support that you may be able to offer
Colorado Wildlife Rehabilitators - Resource network
Ferrets Anonymous - Ferrets enthusiasts working to promote awareness of the domestic ferret
Gold Country Wildlife Rescue - Rescue, Rehabilitation, and release of injured and orphaned wildlife. Additional volunteer efforts available
iGive - Helping your cause at no cost to you
Northern California Herpetological Society - Educational programming
We are a small team of two who contributed to the development of this page, and while we made our best effort to collect resources, it is possible that groups on this list need more help than what is indicated.
Please reach out to the group of your interest even if it is not listed in a category of your interest, to be sure regarding the opportunities available to you.
If you know of a group not listed in one of the categories below and would like to add them to our growing list, please connect via the "Contact" tab of this website with their information.