Here's a list of charities that we know, love, and recommend.
"The Pipsqueakery is a 501(c)3 nonprofit small animal rescue and sanctuary. We provide care for medically and behaviorally needy rodents and rabbits, educate the public on their care, and find forever homes and rescue placement for healthy adoptable animals.
The C.A.R.E. Foundation
"The CARE Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c)3, Exotic Animal Rescue and Wildlife Education Facility located in Apopka, Florida. We provide permanent homes to over 200 animals including big cats, bears, monkeys, birds, crocodilians, various reptiles and assorted wildlife. The CARE Foundation was established to (a) provide non-domestic, non-releasable animals with a safe and permanent home, and (b) to educate the public on conservation and current environmental issues concerning endangered and threatened species, as well as local wildlife and their habitat."
Highlighted Charity for August 2021
"We believe a healthy future for bees reflects a healthy future for humanity. The health of those in our inner-cities, specifically people of color, is often the last to be considered - it's our mission to change this. By transforming vacant lots into educational apiaries, we revitalize neighborhoods. We're Detroit Hives, a honeybee education and conservation initiative that engages urban communities in our mission by creating cultural experiences that are both educational and relatable. Detroit Hives, Inc. a nonprofit 501c3 co-founded by Timothy Paule Jackson and Nicole Lindsey. In just two years we have established ourselves in nine locations with over 20 partners and sponsors, and have educated well over 2,000 students on the importance of bees. Detroit is the place to bee!"
"Primarily Primates is a non-profit sanctuary in Bexar County, Texas that provides lifetime care for hundreds of animals, mostly primates, including 32 chimpanzees. All were exploited and then discarded by the research and entertainment industries as well as the exotic pet trade. PPI has an innovative enrichment program to promote natural wild behaviors and mental stimulation. To ensure each day is unique, staff provides daily food enrichment treats using a variety of ingredients and enrichment methods that allow the animals to resourcefully seek food as they would in nature. Additionally, sensory enrichment activities like burning incense, playing music and painting are also offered to stimulate animal residents and prevent boredom."