2019 Annual Giving Drive: Spotlight on nonprofits supporting animal welfare
King County’s Annual Giving Drive Program started Monday, Oct. 7, and almost 1,200 nonprofits are taking part this year. Throughout this year’s drive, we’ll be featuring four nonprofits in different categories. This week, we’re highlighting four nonprofits that support and offer animal adoptions, rehabilitation for senior animals, and training services.
- Greyhound Pets, Inc. (9935) PO Box 891, Woodinville. WA 98072 – This foundation places retired Greyhounds in loving and secure homes and educate the public on the benefits of Greyhounds as family companions. They have multiple locations across the Puget Sound area, as well as Idaho and British Columbia.
- North Beach Progressive Animal Welfare Society (9463) 2222 SR 109 Hoquiam, WA 98550 – A no-kill, nonprofit, all volunteer animal shelter devoted to finding unwanted or homeless animals a loving forever home.
- Purrfect Pals (9221) 230 McRae Rd NE, Arlington, WA 98223 – Through placement and prevention programs, this foundation works to end cat homelessness in the Puget Sound region – because every cat matters.
- Emerald City Pet Rescue (0973) 2962 First Ave South, Suite B, Seattle, WA 98134 – A nonprofit founded by Vivian Goldbloom in 2013, to rescue abused, neglected, and homeless animals from high volume shelters around the country.
All these nonprofits focus on rehabilitating, adoption, and training/educational services for animals. With various nonprofits participating this year, the Employee Giving Drive Program offers employees the option to participate in a nonprofit expo online or in person, making it more inclusive. Don’t forget to also download a Giving Passport, which once you complete, you can be entered for a chance to win a prize. For more information, a list of participating nonprofits or if you would simply like to donate, visit the Employee Giving Campaign Annual Drive Nonprofit Search Directory. Happy Giving!