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Animal Services and Assistance Programs Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Target demographics: people and animals

Geographic areas served: Marengo, IL

Programs: food donations to shelters and rescues across the US, TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) for feral cats in our community, adoption of friendly kittens and cats found outdoors or transferred from Animal Control, and life saving surgery through our Guardian Angels Program for pets owned by low income families in our community.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Cindy24

Board Member

Rating: 5

Animal Services and Assistance Programs, Inc. (ASAP) provides food, supplies programs and services to shelters and rescues across the US. Founded in 2008 as the first national 501c3 NFP organization of its kind we have distributed over 15,000,000 pounds feeding over 100,000 shelter animals. ASAP's Guardian Angels program provides surgery for shelter animals across the US in order that they be placed for adoption and not euthanized. ASAP founded the first County approved TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) program in Illinois. ASAP's mission is to give shelters assistance so they can focus on saving more lives.

Susan78

Board Member

Rating: 5

Since 2010, I have served as a board member for Animal Services and Assistance Programs (ASAP). It is an honor and a privilege to be a part of ASAP. Our organization, comprised of only volunteers, has several programs to help animal shelters, rescue organizations, and individuals when their manpower or funding can’t quite get the job done. Through various local and national connections, not to mention several very successful fundraisers, we have helped make it possible for shelters and rescues to feed their animals, provide them good vet care, and connect them with potential adopters. All ASAP funds are used in the support of animal welfare programs across the country whose animals now have a fighting chance for a better life.