Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation
July 27, 2010
As a court appointed attorney, I don't have a lot of "extra" money laying around to donate. LDCRF is one of the few places that I will donate my money, when I have it because they use it wisely.
They are almost completely volunteer driven, and they are able to keep costs down and help more animals by relying on volunteers, fosters, and local adoption events away from a shelter rather than spending money on physical plant/facility.
I'm amazed at how many adoptions they are able to facilitate each and every weekend - more than many of the shelters with permanent physical locations.
They have creative fundraisers, that are fun for both humans and furry kids. While a local organization, they travel to rural and out of area shelters and rescues to save lives, giving as many animals as possible a chance at a forever home.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
making bereavement donations & donating supplies (newspapers, toys, food) - whatever I can drum up on their behalf (usually from the freecycle site or on sale at the local shelter). I have met many of the dogs adopted and/or fostered through LDCRF.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every six months
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Donor & Donated money & supplies, and help spread the word.