The Petco Foundation's mission is to support community organizations and efforts that enhance the lives of companion animals while strengthening the bond between people and pets. The foundation was established in 1999 as a result of Petco's continued hands–on involvement with animal welfare agencies across the country. The foundation has raised and distributed more than $34 million through fund–raisers and donations. More than 2,700 l...
The Petfinder.com Foundation was created in 2003 to further assist adoption partners through problem solving, fundraising and providing relief in times of stress or disaster. Our mission is to ensure that no pet is euthanized for lack of a home.
Our effort, time and donations go toward one of the thousands of exciting and innovative programs we support. Currently, we're working with more than 3,400 animal welfare organizations to help pets throughout the United States and Canada. Whether it's pet overpopulation, adoption, spay/neuter, retention, emergency relief or any other unique program, you can bet we're working toward a solution.
Planet Dog Philanthropy - National Focus
The Planet Dog Foundation (PDF) strives to support worthy organizations through a grant–making program designed to financially support 501(c)(3) not–for–profit partners across the U.S. The goal of our grant program is to fund initiatives that bring people and pets together for mutual benefit and support. Funding is allocated nationwide to promote and financially support service–oriented canine programs such as assistance dogs, thera...
Regina B. Frankenberg Foundation
Regina Frankenberg directed that the remainder of her estate be used to establish a foundation to support organizations and programs that promote the care, conservation, treatment, well–being and prevention of cruelty to animals.
SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund
The SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund works with hundreds of organizations, both big and small, around the world. All of these groups share a common goal – protecting animals, people and places. Aiming to achieve long–term conservation success, we support projects that are: 1. Science–based, 2.Solution–driven, 3. Community–oriented.
Second Chance Fund - Animal Welfare
The Second Chance Fund is one way American Humane works to support member organizations in their vital work. By providing financial assistance, in select cases, to animal welfare organizations responsible for the temporary care of animals as they are prepared for adoption into permanent, loving homes, the program provides animal victims of abuse or neglect with a second chance at life.
Grants for alleviation of fear, pain, and suffering among animals through support of shelters, wildlife sanctuaries, and animal rescue. Priority given to shelters in low–income areas. Organizations must have 501(c)3 status.
Toby Wells Foundation
The Toby Wells Foundation welcomes funding requests from recognized 501 (c)(3) non–profit organizations operating programs within San Diego County for initiatives that support our work in enhancing the lives of youth, people with disabilities and animals.