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Our Projects


Disaster Relief

We are dropping off supplies and rescuing animals in the areas most impacted by Hurricane Michael. Our team will continue to serve the Panhandle area for the next month making sure families and animals are safe and provided for

Giving Tuesday

Acts of Kindness L.A. Food Drive

We’ve partnered with the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank and Footprints Around the World to host our first Acts of Kindness event, #GivingKindness Food and Toy Drive for People and Pets, from October 22, 2018 to December 31, 2019.

Sick Child

Malawi Rural Health Clinic

In the rural villages of Malawi, children die everyday from simple, curable ailments like Malaria. We want to put an end to this so we’ve decided to build a clinic in the remote villages of Salima, Malawi to save lives and prevent tragedies like this from happening.


Animal Shelter in Puerto Rico

We decided to continue our rescue work in Puerto Rico by opening a shelter for animals in desperate need of help. Because of our work since Hurricane Maria, the mayor has allowed us to keep a city building and turn it into a full time animal shelter.


Animal Adoptions

We rescue animals from disasters, abandonment, high-kill shelters and abuse and neglect. We accept owner surrenders and transfers from all over the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Our foster program allows animals in need time to heal and be loved until they are adopted to their forever families.


Orphanage in Malawi

On average, in each village in Malawi, there are around 100 orphaned children under 5 years old. In Tembwe Village, Malawi, we decided to build an orphanage for the children in need. A place where they can come each morning for a lesson and meal.


School Scholarships

We support orphaned and impoverished children that are unable to attend school with scholarships and basic needs to keep them healthy, happy and in class! Our scholarship program is currently running in Malawi and Uganda and we hope to expand to other countries soon.


Saving Wild Dogs

We are working to save the last pack of Wild Dogs in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania. Our goal is to minimize human-wildlife conflict between the dogs and villagers. Through education and prevention we can save this iconic species and help locals thrive.


Animal Welfare in Africa

Promoting farm animal welfare through education and training in rural villages in East Africa to prevent cruelty and create an animal ethic of kindness and respect for all creatures.


Keep Girls in School

Helping young girls stay in school by providing sanitary napkins and installing private toilets in Malawi rural villages so they don’t have to skip class.

With your help we can do so much more...

Our Impact

1 school given computers to advance learning for over 900 students 

3 nursing homes provided with life saving supplies after hurricane maria

4 HUmane education workshops given reaching over 500 children

25 children in school for the first time with foundation scholarships 

17 boreholes providing water to over 6,800 people in Malawi 

22 villages trained on humane treatment of farm animals

30+ families reconnected with loved ones after hurricane maria

256 misplaced persons aided with supplies after hurricane maria

449 girls kept in school with proper bathrooms and sanitary napkins

1,426 animals (and counting) rescued in Puerto Rico since MAria