Companions and Animals for Reform and Equity (CARE), in the interest of Human and Animal Well-being, prioritizes and amplifies BIPOC Voices using Narratives, Research, and Community-Centered Investments. CARE believes this effort is the defining challenge for the Animal Welfare field that limits lifesaving, and once addressed, we can help increase support, create systemic change, and enrich communities of color by bringing them to the table. Inclusion = Lifesaving
Hand2Paw’s mission is to provide a safe and supportive work environment for youth, ages 16-24, who are experiencing housing insecurity or foster care involvement, as a means of enhancing resilience, compassion, and connection with people, animals and the community of Philadelphia.
The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement is the only international membership organization exclusively dedicated to animal welfare and animal care and control professionals. Members benefit from targeted education, professional certification and networking with colleagues.
The Coalition is fully representative of the New England region, with people in leadership positions from each state. The Coalition has a strong perspective and grasp on the connections between what is happening in New England and across the country, and has created a safe space for tackling tough topics in a way that has allowed for difficult conversations, while building trust and camaraderie.
The Native America Humane Society, a 501c3 organization founded in 2014, seeks to empower Native communities to become healthier, happier, and safer through improved relationships with their animals. By providing research, support and resources, the Native America Humane Society advances tribal sovereignty through facilitating self-determination programs for animal population management at tribal nations.