At GreaterGood, we do our best to raise awareness of good causes and to connect people every day with simple ways to make the world a better place. It is our charitable partners who do the heavy lifting — the ones who use the funds and supplies that your daily clicks and your shopping raise to accomplish the mission.
Funding for all charitable projects and partners is distributed by Greater Good Charities. Since GreaterGood began in 1999, we have given more than $70 million to charities operating here and around the world.
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Grants funded by The Animal Rescue Site are paid by Greater Good Charities to charities and non-profit organizations implementing programs to feed and care for pets in shelters and sanctuaries. Clicking and shopping on The Animal Rescue Site helps support grants for the following charitable partners, among others:
The Fund for Animalswww.fundforanimals.org
The Fund operates several world-famous animal care facilities. Since being founded, the Fund has achieved numerous victories for animals, including landmark lawsuits to protect hundreds of endangered and threatened species, since being founded in 1967. The Fund's leadership continues to this day by pursuing protections in the courts and providing ongoing veterinary, rehabilitative, and sanctuary care for animals around the globe.
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)www.ifaw.org
The International Fund for Animal Welfare saves animals in crisis around the world. With headquarters in the United States and offices in 15 countries, IFAW works passionately to prevent animal suffering, save endangered species, and provide assistance in times of disaster. Over the years, their mission has remained constant and simple: to create a better world for animals.
Rescue Bank® is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization committed to supporting the animal rescue and rehabilitation community with much-needed supplies and services. By moving pet food by the pallet load where it is needed the most, they make it possible for shelters and rescue groups to feed their animals and reduce the overall cost of operation.