7 Nonprofits
3,276 Donors
$426,066 Given so far

Cat Adoption Team $66,433 raised so far.
Save the lives of homeless, sick and injured cats and work with the community to provide feline expertise and quality programs and services to people and cats.
Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon $49,065 raised so far.
To improve the welfare and reduce the population of feral and stray cats through spay/neuter programs and education.
Oregon Humane Society $51,800 raised so far.
To operate a private animal shelter adopting out more than 11,000 pets annually with no time limit on stays, offer free or low-cost spay/neuter surgeries, perform animal neglect and abuse investigations statewide, and provide humane education.
PAW (Portland Animal Welfare) Team $27,725 raised so far.
Keep people and pets together during the most difficult times of their lives by providing free veterinary care to the pets of the homeless and those living in acute poverty.
The Pixie Project $24,656 raised so far.
Bring together Portland families with rescue animals through personalized, family-friendly adoption services; help keep pets happy, healthy and in their homes by offering vital veterinary care to low-income residents; and reduce animal overpopulation by providing easily accessible low-cost spay/neuter surgeries.
The Pongo Fund Pet Food Bank $180,836 raised so far.
Save lives, reduce shelter populations, fight hunger and end euthanasia by providing healthy pet food, veterinary care and more for the family pets of anyone in honest need.
Project POOCH, Inc. $26,036 raised so far.
Since 1993, Project POOCH has helped rehome more than 500 shelter dogs through the efforts of more than 460 youth at the MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility. The youth provide the time and care to make the dogs adoptable, while the dogs help the youth to be better suited for employment and life beyond bars.

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