When you help others, you most often end up helping yourself as well. We invite you to help us help others do more good by making a donation of any size to our favorite organizations. Listed on this page are some of our worthwhile causes where we can all make a difference today!
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Monkey’s House is a dog hospice and sanctuary where senior dogs go to spend their final days. Older shelter dogs with special needs are also taken from crowded kill shelters to become residents of the Monkey House. All the dogs get the end-of-life care they need in a real home filled with real love.
Lifeline Animal Project
Founded in 2002 and now managing DeKalb and Fulton County Animal Services, LifeLine Animal Project is the leading non-profit organization working to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable dogs and cats in metro Atlanta shelters. LifeLine has fixed over 125,000 dogs and cats at low or no cost to owners and saved the lives of over 30,000 feral and community cats.
Habersham Humane Society
Habersham Humane Society promotes the humane treatment and care of Habersham County’s companion animals through advocacy, education, target programs and support. They have transported over 1600 animals and helped to spay/neuter over 1500 companion animals through grants and donations in collaboration with other local groups.
Yellow River Wildlife Sanctuary
In 1962, the Yellow River Game Ranch became a first-of-its-kind establishment in Gwinnett County providing a home for injured or orphaned wildlife, as well as a place where hundreds of families came to interact with deer, rabbits, goats and more. Not only did it become an iconic venue in the area, it served as a treasured experience and memory to its many guests. Their vision is to provide unreleasable wildlife with life-long homes in an environment that successfully meets their physiological and psychological needs. With the help of talented curators, keepers, staff and volunteers, the new Yellow River Wildlife Sanctuary will promote animal appreciation and provide wildlife education.
Second Life is an organization that was created to benefit rescue groups who are already saving the lives of animals and/or trying to resolve pet overpopulation. They are are more than a store. Second Life is a charity organization focused on promoting pet adoption and our love of rescue pets, educating families about being responsible pet parents and providing resources for other groups to help families keep their pets and to promote their animals up for adoption. All the proceeds raised by the sale of items in their stores are donated in the form of grants to animal rescues and spay/neuter programs.