How Can You Help?
Like all pet rescues, Rescued Treasures is an all volunteer run 501c3 non-profit organization. We are always looking for volunteers to help with various types of things. here are just a few ways you can help:
Fundraising/Events: Our rescue does frequently do fundraising as well as attend events promoting the rescue. If you have some free time and want to volunteer your time at some of these events representing our rescue, please let us know.
Donate/sponsor an animal: Our rescue is run solely on adoption fees and donations from the public. Without the support of donations our rescue would not be able to continue rescuing dogs and cats. With the rising costs of vet care, our rescue takes huge chances on every animal we rescue because their adoption fee barely covers their routine vetting and anything above that the rescue has to pay for. That makes it difficult on our rescue, but we will not give up on an animal we rescue simply because of the costs involved. Please consider sending a tax refundable donation to our rescue to help us to help those without a voice. Every dollar that you send goes directly to the vetting of the animals in our rescue.
We’ve recently added an Amazon Wishlist for our rescues. Anyone wishing to donate an item can use that list or, if preferred, shop locally and we can let you know where to drop off item(s). Thank you for your continued support!
Fosters: We are always looking for dedicated and loving fosters to take care of homeless dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens that are looking for their forever homes. Fostering is the easiest yet more heartwarming way for someone to volunteer their time for homeless pets. Rescued Treasures pays for all vetting for the animal while it is looking for its forever home. All we ask of fosters is to provide some much needed love and some training to help acclimate them to their forever home.
Adoption Event support: Every month Rescued Treasures holds an adoption event (meet and greet) and having enough volunteers there to walk the dogs and play with the cats is important. If you can’t foster an animal this is a good way to help with some hands on with the animals.