These nonprofits focus on animal assistance and/or welfare.

7 Nonprofits
2,626 Donors
$420,824 Given so far

Animal Aid $20,516 raised so far.
Animal Aid’s mission is to enhance the welfare of companion animals through individualized care and lifelong commitment, rescue and adoption, resources and education, and community partnerships. We operate a free-roam shelter for cats, a foster program for dogs and cats, and the Animal Aid Cares Fund, a partnership with veterinarians, behaviorists, and trainers to provide financial assistance for urgent medical or behavioral care.
Cat Adoption Team (CAT) $57,213 raised so far.
Cat Adoption Team’s mission is to save the lives of homeless cats and to work with our community to provide feline expertise and quality programs and services for people and cats.
Fences for Fido $20,824 raised so far.
No dog deserves to live outside on a chain. Fences for Fido volunteers build fences and provide insulated dog houses so these dogs can enjoy shelter, safety and freedom. We also provide free spay/neuter and emergency vet care.
Oregon Humane Society $50,647 raised so far.
Oregon Humane Society fosters an environment of respect, responsibility and compassion for all animals through education, legislation and leadership. We care for the homeless, defend the abused and fight with unrelenting diligence for recognition of the integrity of all animals.
The Pongo Fund $187,720 raised so far.
The Pongo Fund combines two of the most critical needs in animal welfare, high-quality food and lifesaving veterinary care, and provides them free of charge for the family pets of our community’s most vulnerable, including seniors, veterans, the homeless, the unemployed, the low-income, the marginalized and more. Since 2009 our award-winning and volunteer driven group has helped more than 165,000 hungry and hurting animals, keeping each one of them safe, healthy and out of the shelters.
Portland Animal Welfare Team $48,050 raised so far.
The Portland Animal Welfare (PAW) Team believes that no animal should suffer due to the financial constraints of their families. Through a robust network of volunteers, PAW Team provides free essential veterinary care and pet supplies to pets of people who are experiencing houselessness or extreme poverty.
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Project POOCH $35,854 raised so far.
Project POOCH, Inc. is a non-profit dog-shelter onsite at the MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility in Woodburn, OR. Youth in corrections learn to train and care for the dogs and help them get adopted. The dogs leave the program ready to be great pets, while their trainers re-enter the community with new job and personal skills and increased compassion and respect for all life.
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