My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for North Brunswick Humane Association, N Brunswick, NJ, USA
The North Brunswick Humane Association (NBHA) has been serving the Greater Brunswick area for over 15 years. NBHA is not a shelter or rescue; rather it is a local charity that networks and partners with local rescues and shelters to provide venues for adoptions, subsidize spay/neuter cost, and provide other support for disenfranchised animals in our community. NBHA collects and distributes pet food to shelters and feral cat colony caretakers, assists with finding lost pets and promotes policies to protect animals. In addition to the hundreds of cats and dogs spayed or neutered through the NBHA Spay/Neuter Assistance Plant, the NBHA Community Cat Program has provided spay/neuter and veterinary assistance to over 1300 cats by providing training and financial assistance to resident who wish to build safe communities for free roaming cats. Volunteers are always needed for NBHA events which include tabling events and special events like our Super Cat Adoption Day and our Annual Dog Walkathon and Adoption Day. NBHA hopes more people will support its lifesaving work through volunteering or making donations to our programs to provide spay/neuter and other veterinary assistance to homeless animals.
Review for PEOPLE FOR ANIMALS INC, Hillside, NJ, USA
I was the coordinator of the North Brunswick Humane Association's Community Cat Program from 2013 until this year. We have brought in hundreds and hundreds of feral cats to the People for Animals clinic in Robbinsville. PFA has also partnered with NBHA and two other TNR groups to sponsor free clinics for 50-75 cats in one day. Without their help, their dedicated staff, we would not have been able to accomplish so much. PFA also went above and beyond in helping us with injured cats. Mr. Bib was badly injured, pictured here. Their vet fixed him up and their community cat coordinated found a rescue to take him in. We are so grateful for their help and dedication. He is happy and in a forever home thanks to the help of People for Animals.