2019 Charities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shelter Hope Pet Shop

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is a 501c non-profit, charitable, volunteer-based organization devoted to: aiding in and facilitating shelter and rescue pet adoptions; promoting education and awareness within the communities we serve; and making a positive impact in the lives of shelter and rescue animals and their adopters, as well as local shelters.

Shelter Hope Pet Shop is the premier source for adoptable dogs within the community. We help save the lives of hundreds of dogs each year. By doing so, we will also have a positive impact with helping to decrease the number of potential unhealthy puppy mill puppies purchased from for-profit and inhumane businesses.

Shelter Hope Pet Shop is part of the Shelter Hope Project, which strives to make this the business model for all pet shops nationwide. We hope to abolish all puppy mill pet shops, help find homes for the countless pets in our shelters that face euthanasia, and educate the public on how we can all help reduce future shelter population.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lange Foundation and St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary

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Every year in Los Angeles County,  thousand of pets are taken to animal shelters simply because they drastically outnumber the homes available to them. They spend their last few days in crowded cages before many of them are euthanized. As their lives silently end, thousands more are being born who will endure the same fate.

The long-term answer to the overpopulation problem is to prevent the births of pets who will never have homes and will only know misery during their short lives. We are currently seeking funding to continue our efforts in the spay/neuter field.

In the meantime, with your help, we will do all we can to give a future to those who have already been born and abandoned and need our help so desperately.  We continue to do so until the day finally comes when animal shelters will be what they were intended to be: a place of refuge.

The Lange Foundation (a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization) was founded in 1993 by Gillian Lange, recipient of the 1980 City of Los Angeles St. Francis of Assisi award for her rescue work with impounded animals since 1974. Lange founded the Amanda Foundation in 1975.

To date the two Foundations have rescued and placed over 27,000 cats, dogs and horses who would otherwise have been destroyed in overcrowded public animal shelters. Lange and a group of dedicated staff and volunteers works and will continue working everyday to help homeless animals.

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The Wm. S. Hart Education Foundation is dedicated to quality public education for all students. Through the generosity of our caring community and corporate partners, we fund programs and initiatives that go beyond what tax dollars provide and help elevate and prepare our students for life. WiSH is the official public charity 501(c)3 organization for the support of the William S. Hart Union High School District’s educational programs.

2017 Charities

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SRD Straightening Reins

SRD Straightening Reins provides behavioral, educational, and community outreach services to youth and their families in the Los Angeles, Kern, and Ventura counties. We want to teach youths that positive choices result in infinite possibilities. By providing youth with a safe place to grow emotionally, we hope to provide an emphasis on the necessity of caring for mental health and learning the necessary skills to deal with stress, anxiety, and daily struggles.

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Spotlight Arts Center

Spotlight Arts Center is starting it’s  it’s FORTH full school year of classes!

Students participate in professionally taught music, dance, theater, fitness/nutritions and visual art classes starting at 3pm every school day (see schedule for class listings). The after school space allows time for homework, snacks and relaxing in safe environment before, between and after classes that designed especially for our students. With multiple available class options each child can choose classes and design their schedule according to his or her interests. If a student has time between scheduled classes or requires more time to work on homework we have a study room and volunteer teen mentors to help! We also have affordable professional tutors available to provide additional help with academic subjects and school projects.

With the help of many generous parent volunteers, fundraisers and donors we are able to subsidize the cost of program. We offer 4 hours of FREE classes every school day! Children have the opportunity to take dance, music, acting, art & fitness classes in a welcoming supportive environment.