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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: Formed by the desire to save lives, and as advocates for all canine and feline animals, guided in the spirit of being the caretakers of God?s creatures, stewards to young people through example and leadership, entrusted with educating the public on spaying and neutering, empowered through volunteer dedication, and committed in our mission to make a difference.

Target demographics: rescue at risk dogs and cats from high kill shelters.

Direct beneficiaries per year: hundreds of dogs and cats through our spaying and neutering program with Western University's VACS program and by rescuing dogs and cats that were going to be euthanized at high kill shelters. Since 2003 we have placed over 1000 dogs and cats in qualified homes.

Geographic areas served: Southern CA—Inland Empire

Programs: spaying and neutering. We have provided spay/neuter opportunities for dogs and cats of pet owners in the community since 2004.

Community Stories

6 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

4

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I became involved with this organization through a friend. I must say that I was totally amazed at the heart of these volunteers and how much work and love they put into every adoption. This organization takes in and finds, animals who are unwanted, unloved, hurt and ready to be put down. They use funds that they earn by working extremely hard at different fund raising events and donations, to get these animals neutered and injuries fixed. Then they find the perfect home for them which can be challenging because of what some of these animals have been though. It seems that there is never close to enough money to keep doing what they do, yet they soldier on. This organization is small, and seems to always be overlooked because it is not well known. I would love to see the hardwork and love rewarded as a "GREAT" Non Profit. They are so deserving! Thank you.

4 Miguel G.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I heard about HOPE from a friend who is a volunteer and have participated in what little I can contribute to the fundraising efforts. I believe HOPE is a wonderful organization and I wish there were many more "HOPES".

Review from Guidestar

4

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I participated in their 5k walk where your dog could walk with you. It was such a blast! There was a great turnout and all the money raised went toward their spayed and neutering program. Plus they gave cute goodie bags to each dog at the end. Everyone was so nice and their pets were very well behaved. My aunt, Evelyn Khalili, volunteers with them a lot and loves it. They do a great job finding homes for the animals they take in.

2

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

HOPE cares! HOPE has high standards in pet placement which enable adopted dogs and cats to find safe and loving homes with responsible owners. While it appears there might be one or two naysayers who disagree with HOPE's mission and adoption policies, this is most definitely the minority view. In addition, HOPE's founder and president spends countless hours planning and conducting fundraising events (emergency medical care, fostering shelter animals, etc. don't come without a price), volunteering every Saturday at Petsmart in Upland along with many other selfless individuals, all without any personal compensation. Not only should the animals be grateful for HOPE, we all should.

2

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

What a beautiful organization!!! They not only rescue these innocent animals who have been dumped, injured or are in danger of being put down, but they find PERFECT forever homes for them. They do not give these sweet babies to homes which might not be suitable, but find homes where they know they will be loved and cared for forever. I give a great big thumbs up for these incredible volunteers who love animals and show it in all they do! THANK YOU HOPE!

1

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

If you have ever truly loved an animal, you will love Helping Out Pets Everday (HOPE) and what it represents. This organization understands an animals pain from being injured or left behind because he is no longer wanted. Their goal is to save the unwanted and injured animal, make him healthy and then to find him a forever home where that person will love him as he should be loved. Animals can not speak out except through their painfilled or happy eyes and HOPE speaks for them. This organization is an incredible gift. Thank you HOPE for ALL you do.