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Review for Fostering Hope Cincy, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

So proud to be involved with an organization working to better the lives of our vulnerable and at-risk children through direct and indirect services. These children need adults who not only care, but are not afraid to speak up and advocate for them. The collaborative approach Fostering Hope takes encourages and supports a stronger community of caring for our children.

Role:  Board Member
 

Review for Save Cats and Obliterate Overpopulation, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

So proud to be among such dedicated, hard-working, compassionate and passionate volunteers who see obstacles and limited resources as just challenges to be met. SCOOP cares for the cats who are sick, injured or abused with a belief that all feline lives are worthwhile--that they all deserve a chance. There are no vacation days when caring for special needs animals. Hospice care and the resulting heartbreak are integral parts. Eleven years now as a non-profit and going strong! With the support of community members who assist through donations of all different kinds, volunteers continue to persevere and work daily to fulfill SCOOP's mission.

Role:  Board Member
 

Review for Save Cats and Obliterate Overpopulation, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

So proud to be part of an organization that cares so much about innocent animals and helps the sick, injured and abused. Everyone with SCOOP is extremely compassionate, hard-working and dedicated to the mission. Ten years as a non-profit and going strong! Community outreach continues to be a strong goal. It's not just about helping the animals, but also about helping those who care about them.

Role:  Volunteer
 

Review for Save Cats and Obliterate Overpopulation, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Helping the homeless cats in immediate danger such as the sick, old, and injured cats, as well as those in danger of being euthanized, continues to be our goal. Once a cat enters our care, it will receive any medical care and day to day attention it needs. We have seen gravely ill kittens and cats thrive and later be adopted all because of a small group of dedicated volunteers! We also continue to offer spay/neuter vouchers to the community for stray and feral cats--1300 vouchers so far distributed. So proud to be a part of this organization with individuals working 365 days a year to save lives!

Role:  Board Member